Authority and Liberty

18 April, 2018

 

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Nowadays, one of the main problems in education is the lack of authority in the family. A mother complaint that her son would not obey her, would answer back, and would insult her until she could no longer handle it. When she was asked how old her son was, she responded he was 3 years old. Read the rest of this entry »

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School Misconduct

21 March, 2018

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Educational French authorities have published a Guide on preventing dangerous misconduct in education centers.

The two most critical themes concern the crisis of discipline in schools and the language and reading deficit. Read the rest of this entry »


How much can be expected from our children?

1 March, 2018

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Many families take advantage of school report cards to talk with their children about school. Even if the report card is itself important, it should not be the sole standard to evaluate a child’s academic performance, since every child is different and so are his or her circumstances. Read the rest of this entry »


Drugs cause brain damage

1 March, 2018

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Laura and Javier have learned one of the sharpest lessons of their existence. She aged 18 years took a liking to amphetamines, known as “speed”. Soon the whim of the cocaine consumed her. Now she is 24 and is finishing a therapy to stop this habit in Proyecto Hombre. He aged 21 years started rolling joints and finished captivated by cocaine. Read the rest of this entry »


The terminally ill

14 February, 2018

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Marie Hennezel, specialist in a group of palliative care, says that in her service they have watched over patients that suffered from a declining deep of the face due to the effects of carcinomas with alterations as pathetic as the French Chantal Sebire suffered. “People who expressed their desire to die”.

“Families have never found useless or absurd this time. They took turns at the bedside terminal, in this last ritual of sacrifice that gives meaning to the final moments” .The French psychologist testifies that “letting die” a person is different from euthanasia. In this way we allow a person who, at the end of its suffering, dies gently and not brutally, as occurs when administered a lethal injection”

Clemente Ferrer


The murder pill

30 January, 2018

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The judgment of the Supreme Court of Justice of the United States on the process Griswold of Connecticut was the first of the many judgments that accepted the culture of death in which we are immersed. Read the rest of this entry »


The value of the example

30 January, 2018

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Educational authorities frequently repeat that education never ends and one of the cores of this law of education is the continuing education. Read the rest of this entry »