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SISFI's The Miseducation of our Youth Radio Series

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SISFI presents a special 5 part series on “The Miseducation of our Youth & Immediate Impacts on Our Future” starting Monday January 21st on SISFI Radio 347.989.8875 to address the issues, concerns and growing challenges of education and the state of emergency with our youth and the quality and levels of education they are getting to make them ready for the world and business sector.

There will be interviews with parents affected by challenges of the system and panel discussions with professionals in education, mental health and business to address various topics and focus as we address questions such as but not limited to:

~What are the impacts of the miseducation?
~What are the solutions to the problems?
~Homeschooling versus Public Schools
~A real look at the business of education today
~Are we providing quality education for our Youth?
~Addressing the Parenting problems with education of Youth
~What kind/type of education should our children be receiving
~Adding Life Skills, Anger Management and Conflict Resolution to the Education Curriculum
~Who is responsible for the education of our Youth?

A special feature will be done on Gun Violence in Schools as a part of the series.

The shows will run every Monday night at 9pm EST on SISFI Radio and all are invited to join in the dialog. You can Listen LIVE by calling (347) 989-8875 and online via our website http://sisfi.org/radio.html where you can also engage in the dialog from the chatroom.

Anyone interested in being a guest on the show should email us at Radio@sisfi.org with reason for your interest and what you are looking to bring to the shows/series.

We ask you to please help to spread the word and do what we can to help raise the awareness of the issues.
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