Saturday, June 20, 2009


Everywhere I have been in the world has made the case that education is one of the fundamental factors in determining a young person's life. Access to education, contextually-based on what type of education and what level of education one is referring to in terms of 'access', can be the determinant for lifelong outcomes. Throughout the world and within the United States denying a young person an essential education can be based on language, disability, class, lack of quality programs and schools, etc. etc. and can impact a person for the rest of their life.

This is something in which I hope to elaborate on in the future. Thoughts?

No comments: