GLOBAL REFORM MOVEMENT
FOR SOCIAL PROGRESS
mission is to determine how to make social systems such as
education, healthcare, government, and families work more effectively.
We do this by examining basic, underlying causes and their solutions.
Our project is to teach
|others how to make educational movies easily and cheaply.
We will coordinate the free distribution of these movies and be a
central resource for locating them. This will support K-12,
university, and postgraduate education.
A ROOT CAUSE, as we use the term,
differs from a cause, in that it is the reason for the cause, and is
correctible simply by educating society about it and making a cost-free
shift in public policy. Many people don't understand this
distinction, and believe incorrectly that the cause that they have
identified is the most fundamental one, and if that cause is not
correctable, conclude that the problem is insolvable.
After spending years of analysis and
writing about seventy web pages about root causes, we have concluded
that the most efficient way to spend our time is to teach others how to
videos. Now, many parents are prohibited from homeschooling their children because
of the time
expense required. We can solve this problem.
With our earn-as-you-learn program,
students can earn $300
hour of educational videos that they produce. They
can partner with experts in their community. We are making our
tutorials directed toward a ten-year-old audience. It is a
work in progress, and we will soon be there.
Medical Malpractice is the third leading cause of death,
behind heart-disease and cancer. This Journal of the American
Medical Association article illuminates the failure of the U.S.
medical system in providing decent medical care for Americans.
A Different Kind of
Teacher, John Gatto explains that our present
government-controlled, compulsory education system was largely
brought about by wealthy industrialists who were afraid of a
revolution similar to the one that occurred in the Soviet Union.
They wanted to control the working class and make them a group of
Theoretical Perspective: Cults are more prevalent in
our society than most people realize. They blur our mental
vision and prevent us from solving our problems.