Alfie Kohn hits the nail on the head. Great reading!
Filed under: 2012 Posts
In Bridging Differences
Deborah exchanges views with a different colleague, each for a month or two. Bridging Differences will re-start in September. Her new correspondent will be Harry Boyte, another Minnesotan (although his roots are southern). He has always been a friend and mentor, even though they come to stuff in different ways and even disagree on and off. He is a professor and an activist, a theorist and a practitioner, with a focus on democracy—beginning a long time ago when he worked with Martin Luther King. He has written or edited ten books on the topic and founded a Center on
democracy which is now at St Augsberg College, but formerly at the University of Minnesota.
April 24–26 speaking at Network for Public Education conference, Chicago, IL
May 21 6:30pm, Central Park East I Concert Always great. New York city.
May 20-14 AERO Conference at LIU/Post. Mission Hill film with Amy Valens on May 22, 1pm, speaking 2pm
Mat 25 Workers Defense League Dinner in NYC
June 3, 4, 5 FairTest Dinner and meeting in NYC
June 4th 6-8:30pm Deborah Meier Heroes in Education Award
June 8 Boston CCE Board mtg, 3:30pm
June 11 Mission Hill Graduation, and MH Board meeting
Links to other Deborah Meier related sites