Charity to Reduce the Drop-Out Rate

An issue of USA Today concluded an editorial entitled “Dealing with Dropouts” as follows:

“In this global economy, where post-high school study is often required even for blue-collar jobs, dropping out of high school usually amounts to an economic death sentence.

“It is imperative to get the size of the dropout problem out in the open and throw a lifeline to the young people at risk.”

Obviously, students who drop out of school are more likely to lack literacy skills or become responsible citizens. This is not only a school challenge, IT IS AN INCREASING HEALTH AND SAFETY CHALLENGE FOR SOCIETY.

In an attempt to develop more socially responsible young citizens and have youth find more success and satisfaction in school, I have started a nonprofit charitable organization.

Any K – 12 school in the United States can receive free books, a 100-page resource guide, a DVD, and a PowerPoint presentation.

Application information is at the Discipline Without Stress, Inc. website.