Other Education Links

“May your quest for knowledge become a passion for justice; may your newly acquired authority to speak move you to speak up for victims of malediction and misfortune. Remember that power is to be shared, not imposed. Remember that freedom must be extolled, never ridiculed. Education must be used for humanity, not against it—not to obtain power, but to humanize it—not to impose your will or your views on others, but to discover theirs, in an atmosphere of respect and understanding.” – Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize recipient who declared these words when receiving an honorary doctorate at BYU

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The Critical Thinking Company

Society for Organizational Learning

John Dewey on Education as a Necessity of Life

Brint Institute: The Knowledge Creating Company

Critical Thinking Consortium

Neil Postman’s book Teaching as a Subversive Activity

Harvard Graduate School of Education

Jean Jacques Rousseau on Education

“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” – William Shakespeare