Recommendation: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity For Women Worldwide

Ban Ki-moon once said, “Women hold up more than half the sky and represent much of the world’s unrealized potential”. Kristof and WuDunn’s book, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, criss-crosses the globe exploring the nature and breadth of gender inequality–searching within the depths of human nature to shine light onto […]

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Death to Shakespeare, 2017

Great literature saves lives.  From great books, children learn that the world around them can be vastly different from their own experience.  Books can change the equation, alter the trajectory of a child’s life and guide them towards a future of endless possibility. Alternately, the forced reading of an archaic or stale classic can build […]

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On Teaching, essay, 2007

This essay is dedicated to: Professor J. Skillings Dean College in Franklin, MA. Thank you for being that kind of teacher. There are some who know what they will do with their lives from the cradle; a guiding force drives these people to follow their destinies, few will land within the extensive pages of contemporary history books, […]

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We the Students of Continuing and Professional Education by E.C 2014

We the Students of Continuing and Professional Higher Education, in Order to form a more perfect Paradigm, establish Practices, insure academic Integrity, provide for the equal treatment, promote the public Good, and secure the Academic Freedom to ourselves and our Successors, do hereby declare and establish this Constitution for the Constituencies of Continuing and Professional […]

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