Pride and Prejudice in Education

Leadership in Education

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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Our schools should be keeping a close eye on this industry. Due to the growth and demand in our work, home and recreation activity smart technology is moving very fast to the internet. Your school could be a pioneer in education for these new jobs that will be appearing. Please see the link for information …

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What are your biases in life? How did we acquire these biases. Can they be changed? Do our leaders have biases? Over the past decade with the ability to use the communication opportunities of social media, news media, webcast, entertainment and politicians we have enabled the opportunity to embellish our own biases in hopes to …

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Recently I read an SAS article which gives us a perspective to what is to come for the education of students in an area that was and is booming. Right now demand is growing for experts to develop and maintain this industry. Please read the SAS white paper document that gives us an introduction to …

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How many times have you heard the story of an inventor, entrepreneur, outstanding athlete or a success story when the majority of the people around them did not support their efforts or ideas. Surprisingly these individuals met with great success. What set them apart to not give up on their dream? A dream without a …

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The story of career schools has been a scapegoat for many journalist and media reporters. President Theodore Roosevelt often referred to these people as “Muckraker”. “Muckraker” is now a common term for journalist in digging up scandal, and is usually pejorative in use. It is very necessary the we should not flinch from seeing what …

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