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There is More That Brings Us Together Than Separates Us

The split in the parties is going to make it difficult to form humanist policies because we are too busy fighting against each other to fight for the rights of each individual in this country. We cannot fix a problem without getting to the root of it. We all need to...

Coaching for Growth and Development

           While many types of relationships assist others in becoming who they are meant to be, we believe that a coaching relationship excels in evoking a desire for self-growth and development.  This brief...

Unifying to create social change

We as a people are so grounded in our beliefs that it is hard to see the other side. Biden supporters have trouble understanding why a Trump supporter thinks the way they do, and Trump supporters feel the same about Biden supporters. These differences between the GOP...

UNICEF Report on the Damage to a Generation from the Impact of COVID

UNICEF recommends avoiding the possibility of a “lost generation” due to COVID-19 damage.The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has ​​published a report demonstrating how, while symptoms among infected children and young people remain mild, infections are...

Teaching in Material Context

In spite of well researched inequities in the U.S., many educators work without an understanding of the material conditions that perpetuate these inequities. Disproportionalities based on race and low socio-economic standing are often the silent giant in classrooms...

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Teaching in Material Context

In spite of well researched inequities in the U.S., many educators work without an understanding of the material conditions that perpetuate these inequities. Disproportionalities based on race and low socio-economic standing are often the silent giant in classrooms...

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A Call for Democracy Education

Most media and corporate backed discussions about school improvement focus on continuing to make schools a testing field that results in the separation, segregation and disintegration of communities.  We’re not opposed to testing.  But testing, like...

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Teaching and Learning Self-forgetfulness

“There is joy in self-forgetfulness. So I try to make the light in others’ eyes my sun, the music in others’ ears my symphony, the smile on others’ lips my happiness”–Helen Keller (1966). Self-forgetfulness, defined as the ability to put the interests of the...

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A Tough Mind and a Tender Heart

Junior at Kent Meridian High School Dr. King says, “Life at its best is a creative synthesis of opposites in fruitful harmony.” Life is in a constant motion it isn’t all of something and nothing of something else. Life manages to present the most complex of situations...

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