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Your Life's Journey Is Your Education

The Education of Henry Adams by Henry Adams

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book really caused me to do a great deal of reflection about education and my own education in particular. 728 more words


The American Commonwealth

The American Commonwealth, part 1 by James Bryce

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is for anyone who wants to better understand the experiment in democracy that has become our great United States. 129 more words


Quality Education for Global Change

The new Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM) Report by UNESCO, released this September, reveals just how important education is to our progress towards all of the UN’s… 750 more words


Award-winning Environmentalist and Triciclos founder visits Religion Class

Westtown faculty strive to bring the world to our students just as much as we work to send our students out into the world.

Kevin Eppler shared this report about a recent visitor to his Business and Society Class. 189 more words

Action Based Education

#InnovativeMindset: Overkill and the New Global Educational Reality

in·no·va·tion – a new method, idea, product, etc.

I am opting out on writing on the topic of the week.  I tried, honestly, to come up with some thoughts on it, but something kept nagging at me all week.

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Ask Why

English Class Third Graders Go Around the World in a Day!

The Satakunta Multicultural Society (Satakunnan Monikulttuuriyhdistys ry); a meeting place for non-Finns and Finns alike, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. As part of their celebrations they invited classes and schools to participate in a special fair where children could engage in different cultural experiences from all over the world. 133 more words

Education In Pori, Finland

I Get To Read!

I realize that, ideally, a fondness for books starts at home, but reading can become a habit through opportunities to read self-chosen books at school. Consumed by the urgency to raise students’ reading scores, some policy makers and school officials have forgotten that children learn to read by reading. 871 more words