Pride and Prejudice in Education

Leadership in Education

During the past two weeks we have seen some panic at grocery stores, gas stations, hospitals, transportation, law enforcement, retail, jobs, and services to our less unfortunate from nonprofit organizations. We could go on and mention even more crisis in our homes and not knowing what the future may hold. Sounds pretty grim doesn’t it. …

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TEACHING OVER THE CENTURIES The clock is ticking and now it is 2020. Humanity no matter what country or part of the world they have lived in has been influenced by teaching. When we look at our informal and formal teaching practices we can see much has changed. Viewing the current existing educational models there …

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In my lifetime I have been very compassionate about education and its value to our youth and adults. So much has been written about the benefits and the statistics to bear this out. My dedication has not varied on this premiss during my fifty years of continued engagement in the philosophy of the necessity of …

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A Step in the right direction! By: Dr. Gary R. Carlson Make it happen! Historically schools and colleges have moved on with a scale of very little change. Society changes, economy changes, politics change, and now we have experienced technology change. Looking at anyone of these attributes we can see these changes are so great …

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I have become intrigued by a school in Detroit, Michigan. The “Motion Picture Institute,” is probably the best-hidden secret in the midwest. They have been producing talent for the film industry for years and are now emerging to even higher levels of achievement in the film industry. Recently their CEO Douglas Schulze published an article …

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