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Providing safe passage for our children starting in kindergarten, past the perils of militarism and military recruting in our schools.


Educators bear a special responsibility to give today’s youth the greatest possible chance for a successful adult life. Every teacher knows that each student has a different array of strengths and aptitudes. There is no single career path that fits every person in a particular socio-economic group or category of academic success. Military life is often presented as the best option for students with limited opportunities, but teachers need to make sure students have a good range of choices.

Interview with Amy Hagopian, PhD and Kathy Barker, PhD, about their paper "Should We End Military Recruiting in High Schools as a Matter of Child Protection and Public Health"?

No Child Left Behind Act
The Elementary and Secondary Education Act as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001

U.S.Department of Education

Georgia Department of Education

National Education Association

American Federation of Teachers

United Federation of Teachers

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

Teaching for Change

Teaching Tolerance

American Association of School Adminstrators

American Association of School Personnel Adminstrators

National Staff Development Council

Association of School Business Officials International

Council of Chief State School Officers

National Association of Elementary School Principals

National Association of Secondary School Principals

National Middle School Association

National School Public Relations Association

Center for Public Education

Coalition for Community Schools

Public Education Network (PEN)

Center for Social Organization of Schools (CSOS)

Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE)

Georgia Association of Educational Leaders (GAEL)

American Association of School Librarians (AASL)

Georgia Retired Educators Association (GREA)

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