Stop the Bus is a collection of letters written to media editors throughout the country. The author's intent was to challenge America to think differently about education and to do more than accept the oft repeated diatribe about schools. The author believes America's educational system can be revitalized in 200 words per day over a 31 day period.
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About the Author
Nate is an entrepreneur and has operated a financial services practice for nearly twenty years. However, Nate's greatest passion is helping children realize what he rarely experienced growing up in Gary: feeling valued as a human being and knowing his life had a purpose.
Nate's counsel and advice are included on his blog "The Raising Supaman Project", his radio show "The Road Less Traveled", and in his books "Raising Supaman" and "Stop The Bus". Nate encourages parents, guardians, and community to raise children to become great world citizens and he challenges us all to maximize our abilities to their fullest potential. Nate also speaks nationally and contributes to other nationally recognized blogs, publications, and radio programs.
Nate believes each day is another opportunity to share valuable experiences, methods and resources with those charged with preparing the sons and daughters of our Nation. Nate considers it a calling to make certain that OUR future is ready for this awesome journey called life.
Dr. Robert Zeitlin has worked with youth for nearly 20 years in his office, in schools, and in community development programs, and has a background in clinical psychology.
Robert is the father of two kick-ass kids, has been married for nearly 25 years to an amazing woman, and has dedicated himself to finding innovative ways to help parents laugh more and yell less.
Table of ContentsForeword 8
DAY 1 Air Mail Fiasco 10
DAY 2 America's Epidemic 11
DAY 3 Ask The Right Question 12
DAY 4 #BlackLivesMatter 13
DAY 5 Career Ready versus College Ready 14
DAY 6 Case Managers 15
DAY 7 Childbirth Reform 16
DAY 8 Critical Thinking Anyone?! 17
DAY 9 Do No Harm 18
DAY 10 Does Anyone Own A Dictionary? 19
DAY 11 Dream Killers 20
DAY 12 Help Everyone 21
DAY 13 Hierarchy of Needs 22
DAY 14 Measure Me! 23
DAY 15 No More Time 24
DAY 16 On The Record 25
DAY 17 Public Deception 26
DAY 18 Public Service 27
DAY 19 So Fresh and So Clean 28
DAY 20 Something to Opt in to 29
DAY 21 Student-Athlete 30
DAY 22 Take a Walk 31
DAY 23 The Great Education Parody 322
DAY 24 The Hostage Negotiator 33
DAY 25 The Lonely 5 Percent 34
DAY 26 The New Buzzword 35
DAY 27 The Pope Is Here 36
DAY 28 The Rule, Not the Exception 37
DAY 29 We Are All Doomed 38
DAY 30 Where Do the Children Play? 39
DAY 31 Who's On First? 40
The Author 42