The Lessons Learned Book
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This book is about change that is needed in education. It is about D. Arthur Hilary going through graduate school and his encounters with the disabling experiences of his daughters and the children of colleagues and friends as they manage their way through the rigors of the imposed educational system.
Arthur recognizes essential difficulties in the teaching process and management of youngsters in school. He points out the overall reform that is apparently needed in administration.
Through his studies and research, Arthur discovers a strategic management system that is applicable in designing effective teaching systems that are bound within a matrix of rock solid learning theory. In the end, Arthur is caught up in the political aspects that curtail if not prevent change from occurring.
The story is relevant. It has what it takes to stimulate the kind of dialogue that can enrich the educational encounters of maturing children.