That day, I made a comment that I won’t include here. Let’s just say that I know what it is to be persecuted for being different. The school system in NYC is pathetic and often puts children in danger (local government negligence). My youngest sons are home-schooled and we get lots of shit from those in the local government who think they know any better — often attacking and trying to take legal resources against parents (not the neglecting parties).
The Office of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention and Intervention provides technical assistance, training and resources to Central, District and school staff in order to comply with state laws and Chancellor’s Regulation A-750 on child abuse intervention and prevention.
NEW POLICY- ACS DOE Joint Policy Statement on the Reporting and Investigating of Educational Neglect – Attached please find the recently released ACS/DOE Joint Policy Statement on the Reporting and Investigating of Educational Neglect. This document, signed by the Commissioner of Children’s Services and the Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, is part of a statewide effort by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to develop a joint policy statement between the Administration for Children’s Services and the New York City Department of Education for reporting and investigation of educational neglect allegations. This joint policy statement sets a framework to ensure inter-agency coordination and a shared protocol for addressing the complex issues that such allegations present.
This joint policy statement applies to the New York City Department of Education (D0E) when reporting suspected educational neglect to the State Central Register (SCR), the Children’s Services Division of Child Protection Services (DCP) when investigating educational neglect allegations, and the Children’s Services Education Unit when identifying resources in educational neglect cases.”
The quote above comes from the local government agency responsible for free and fare education to all children as commanded by the federal government — The Department of Education.
The following comes ABC News Radio on the horrors of abuse of those children who can’t talk. To avoid legalities, the following is a small section of the article.
“Death at School: Parents Protest Dangerous Discipline for Autistic, Disabled Kids
(NEW YORK) — Thousands of autistic and disabled schoolchildren have been injured and dozens have died after being restrained by poorly trained teachers and school aides who tried to subdue them using at times unduly harsh techniques, an ABC News investigation has found.
With no agreed upon national standards for how teachers can restrain an unruly child, school officials around the country have been employing a wide array of methods that range from sitting on children, to handcuffing them, even jolting them with an electric shock at one specialized school. Some have locked children in padded rooms for hours at a time. One Kentucky teacher’s aide is alleged to have stuffed 9-year-old Christopher Baker, who is autistic and was swinging a chair around him, into a draw-string duffle bag.
‘When I got to the end of the hall and saw the bag, I stood there like, ‘Hmmm, what in the world?” the boy’s mother, Sandra Baker, recalled in an interview with ABC News. She had arrived at the school to find her son wriggling inside the ‘sensory bag.’ ‘It was really heartbreaking to walk up and see him in that.’
Earlier this year, Sheila Foster’s son Corey, 16, was the latest child to die at school, when staff members at a special needs facility in Yonkers, New York held him face down for allegedly refusing to get off the basketball court. Sheila Foster said witnesses later informed her that Corey told the staffers he couldn’t breathe, but they allegedly persisted, reportedly telling him, ‘If you can talk, you can breathe.’ The school said this account is not substantiated.
PHOTOS: Kids Hurt, Killed by Restraints at School“
The quote below comes from The New York Times covering child abuse in NYC, the Church and elsewhere throughout the States. To avoid legalities, the following is a small section of a much larger article (over 10 pages).
“Child Abuse and Neglect
News about Child Abuse and Neglect, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.
Child Abuse and Neglect Chronology
Jul. 2, 2013
Chancellor Norman Lamm announces his retirement after more than 60 years at Yeshiva University in emotional letter that includes apology for for not responding more assertively to accusations of sexual abuse from students at Yeshiva University High School for Boys.MORE»
Jul. 2, 2013
Files released by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee reveal that in 2007 Cardinal Timothy F Dolan requested permission from the Vatican to move nearly $57 million into a cemetery trust fund to protect assets from victims of clergy sexual abuse who were demanding compensation; Dolan emphatically denies charges.MORE»
Jun. 28, 2013
State of Georgia suspends 19 employees who were responsible for investigating accusations of sexual abuse and misconduct in the state’s juvenile justice facilities after internal review reveals that work on cases was repeatedly delayed; state officials say they expect upcoming report to show those delays were even more widespread than initially believed.MORE»
Jun. 25, 2013
Three-year review by Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen M Rice concludes that Jesse Friedman was properly convicted in 1988 of sexual abuse and should not have his conviction overturned; Friedman, featured in documentary Capturing the Friedmans, came to symbolize era of sensational, often-suspect accusations of child molestation, but Rice’s report clearly states that ruling was substantiated by evidence.MORE»
Jun. 20, 2013
Anthony Criscuolo, elementary schoolteacher in the Bronx, is charged in rape of 10-year-old girl; Criscuolo is accused of using pretext of award ceremony to lure victim to his car, then assault her; Education Dept officials report that Criscuolo has been reassigned away from students and will be removed from the payroll during the investigation.MORE»“
It’s simply disgusting how there can be men and women of all creeds and sexual orientations willing to abuse, torture and kill children. Further more, it’s sickening when the corrupted and broken legal system protects these perverts. In such cases, killing our enemies and that of our children [Judges 12:1-7] seems to be the only answer.