• Jack Renshaw

Education can be better...

My father used to say, ‘You should only complain about the things you’re willing to be a part of the solution’.  He believed to simply complain without conviction to resolve the problem was only adding to the problem.  I complain about education, but more specifically, the Pre K-12 level.  The ‘cash cow’ of the United States, and the most neglected of our government’s responsibilities.  

Every election year (which seems to be every year), politicians tell us, if elected, they plan to improve and support education.  What is it they want to improve?  Do they want to encourage kids to learn, retain good teachers or cut expenses while increasing learning experiences?  With GENE, we solved these issues a decade ago.  We had it built 3 years ago.  However, the solutions were simpler than getting them implemented.  I continue to work daily on that. 

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