Author Keith Snelson’s Newly Released “Public Education Can Be Saved” Calls on Americans to Fix the Public Education System

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“Public Education Can Be Saved” from Christian Faith Publishing author Keith Snelson highlights the issues plaguing the US public education system. Based on the research of the US Department of Education and his own professional experiences, author Keith Snelson explores the solutions America’s public schools need to embrace.

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“Public Education Can Be Saved”: an examination of all that is wrong with the US public education system and the solutions to fix those issues. “Public Education Can Be Saved” is the creation of published author, Keith Snelson. Keith has a BA degree from Millikin University and an MBA from Indiana University. He has been an officer in five different companies. He has also started and sold three businesses and is now retired. He has been active in his community and has served as a coach manager of the Little League. In addition, Keith been an explorer adviser, merit badge counselor, and district director for the Boy Scouts of America. He is, of course, an Eagle Scout. Keith has also been on their board of directors of Junior Achievement, has served seven years on a local school board, and has served on SCORE, which helps start small businesses.

“It is really not necessary for me to state that a problem exists in our education system, for that is accepted. However, it is required that some indication of the size of the problem be indicated. We could use the number of dropouts, or the decline of various test scores, or the percentage of high school graduates that need to take remedial courses to enter college, or the inability of high school graduates to do simple math or write, and on and on.” --Keith Snelson

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Keith Snelson’s new book gives solutions to the problems faced by the US public education system.

In 1983, the US Department of Education commissioned a group of educators to examine and evaluate the public education system. Based on the previous twenty years of comparisons with other civilized countries, the USA was, at best, mediocre. The result was “A Nation At Risk.” This report not only identified the problems, it recommended solutions. One conclusion was that “[h]alf of the newly employed mathematics, science, and English teachers are not qualified to teach these subjects.” Twenty-five years later, the US Department of Education reexamined the education system to find that nothing had changed.

Based on the recommendations found within “A Nation At Risk,” along with a few of Keith Snelson’s own, “Public Education Can Be Saved” offers a road map for improving the US public education system. Knowing what to do is, however, not the problem. The problem is getting the suggestions implemented. People need to be aware that teachers with education degrees are not truly prepared to teach many of subjects they are teaching. America is using the look-say method of reading, which is not working. “Public Education Can Be Saved” provides solutions to all the issues plaguing America’s public education system.

View a synopsis of “Public Education Can Be Saved” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Public Education Can Be Saved” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Public Education Can Be Saved,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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