Posted on June 5, 2014
I imagine that most Americans can relate to the feelings evoked when approaching a stop signal and seeing a person holding a sign that reads “work for food” or “homeless and broke.” We have compassion for the plight of the individual, yet we are…
Category: Independent Schools, Mission, Planning, School leadership, TeachingTags: 21st century schools, cultural empathy, cultural intelligence, global competence, global education, holistic education, multiple intelligence, service learning
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