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Q&A on Critical Infrastructure for Children

The questions and answers are here for visitors to see how Critical Infrastructure for Children can benefit the people. I’m sickened by much what I see in this country and so I’ve produced a book for parents, students and educators to respond.

What is the ultimate goal of Critical Infrastructure for Children? To act as a resource for parents, students and educators. The 162 questions in the book address what’s working in education, what could be working better and key information that most people don’t know.
What is one situation that CIC responds to? A recent statement by UMass Lowell president Jacqueline Moloney, when she said;

“The manufacturing industry in Massachusetts is facing a critical shortfall in skilled workers, with jobs currently unfilled and more expected to open up over the next 10 years,”

Moloney cited a recent report that projects that over the next decade, nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will likely need to be filled, and the skills gap is expected to result in 2 million of those jobs going unfilled.”

If we’re at risk of losing 2 million jobs nationally, then I figure that that’s about 80,000 in New England, which is totally unacceptable. Critical Infrastructure for Children explores multiple tactics for us to assure that we keep these jobs here.

Why did I write the letter A Mystical Vision of Wild Wes“A Mystical Vision of Wild Wes?”and integrate it into CIC To make the point that the “green” platforms of many schools and organizations in New England are lacking in two major areas; conservation and reduction of animal cruelty. They have yet to respond.

What role can Critical Infrastructure for Childrenplay in the restoration of the middle class? I focus on many areas, including;

– Programs that promote New England farming
– Programs that promote New England manufacturing
– How schools and colleges can promote the enjoyment of natural resources by more people.
– Ways to support the public college system

What are presentations of CIC like? I do a presentation called “Forty Blessings” in which I run down forty points that parents students and educators should be aware of. Of course no one can remember all “Forty Blessings”, but the presentation is an introduction to the book.

What hopes for conservation in New England are outlined in The participation of a greater percent of the population in the protection of our natural resources will include a large part of the population, including students. CIC gets into what some colleges are doing in this area, and ways we can do better.

What do I think about the future of New England and how can CIC help? We can improve every aspect of life if we work together. can help by empowering parents, students and educators.