Pride and Prejudice in Education

Leadership in Education

How quick our governing organizations jumped to the steadfast conclusion schools in general who represented for-profit schools are fraudulent and dishonest. These comments are echoed by Senators who enjoy executive power to indict organizations without due process and promote destruction rather than construction. When the organization who makes a very dubious error and is not …

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  Gainful Employment often referred to as “GE” has been a topic for legislation for some time now. As usual we as citizens are expected to rely on facts and figures that are a result of political views. The more we rely on decisions made from a distance causes for the dominoes to fall. I …

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Many education leaders have high anticipation for changes in the education governance in America in 2017. There seems to be many if’s, ands and buts. One year from today will truly give us the perspective of how far we have come with positive directions. The negative actions over the past eight years has made it …

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by Gary R.Carlson Teaching has been a factor in everyone’s life. Success comes to us who have had the fortune to have great teachers. Learned experiences comes from all the relationships we encounter during our life time of learning. With Maslow’s hierarchy of needs of physiological needs, Safety needs, belongingness  and love needs, esteem needs …

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