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The Value of Opposition (Part 3)

(This is part three of a multi-part series. To read the first article click here.) There are two different types of opposition. The ability to distinguish the two is utterly critical for life. When I was a social worker, I … Continue reading

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The Value of Opposition (Part 2)

(This is part two of a multi-part series. To read the first article click here.) I never wore a helmet while riding my bike, rollerblading, or ice skating when I was growing up. One time I even face planted a … Continue reading

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The Value of Opposition (Part 1)

There has been a shift in ideas in recent history toward a position that I would consider to be unbalanced in the early developmental process. After working as a social worker for a few years out of college, I learned … Continue reading

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School is good for… (by Brent Sears)

Giving you an excuse to not do something productive Creating a track to follow Earning a degree, certificate, or title Making sure you fit the standard (do you know the people who set the standard?) Making you feel safe Giving … Continue reading

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Education: Someone Else’s Plan

Editors note: While the subject of education is widely debated, one thing that is certain is that forms and methods are changing. The original design of college has morphed into something else.  My generation was born into a mindset that … Continue reading

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