Has anyone ever considered attempting to integrate general situational awareness strategies and personal preparedness as part of the school curriculum from grade school on through high school?
Kids love this stuff, but it is not taught in school unless it is about drugs, alcohol, sex, and don't talk to strangers. Very few if any schools work to create situational awareness and personal preparedness in students. You can bet kids would take it home and engage or attempt to engage parents in it as well.
Just a thought. If these skills were integrated as part of the education curriculum think of how much more prepared the nations people may be even 2-5 years from now.
It's time we start thinking outside of the box regarding how to engage the public in preparedness.