11 May, 2009

I'm Reading: Leadership Education.


It's a little hard to get through . . . though I'm devouring it. . . I know hard to understand that one. The info is old as the ages and very intuitive while simultaneously being incredibly forward thinking. Good read for anyone who's unhappy with the public "conveyor belt" education system. Thanks Angel for the book! Richie and I are both loving it (and having many a heated discussion over it daily).

6 comments:

JLPierce Ohana said...

Any way I can borrow it when you're done? I'm #73 on the waiting list at the library for the other DeMille book- or would you suggest reading that first?

richie said...

Such a great book. Makes you really think and ready to change!

I'm Natalie. said...

Linds,

The other is definitely helpful to have read first, however it's not a necessity by any means. You're 100% welcome to it when I'm done.

ashley said...

It seems like you are always reading something smart. Good for you.

Jessica said...

Try anything by John Holt (Learning all the Time, How Children Learn, How Children Fail etc...). You won't be able to look at "education" the same ever again! ;)

I'm Natalie. said...

Jessica,

I will! Thanks for the recommendations!

N