Moving On From Carolina Day

7 thoughts on “Moving On From Carolina Day”

  1. I can’t tell you how sad it makes me that you’re leaving. You are a breath of fresh air and my son has loved having you both as a teacher and an advisor. I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors and hope we’ll be able to stay in touch. Best wishes! Jennifer Bock

  2. I can’t tell you how sad it makes me that you’re leaving. You are a breath of fresh air and my son has loved having you both as a teacher and an advisor. I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors and hope we’ll be able to stay in touch. Best wishes! Jennifer Bock

  3. “decentralized, cooperative and authentic education based not on 19th century content delivery for Victorian factory workers but on current research aimed at producing world changers. A place for round pegs in a world of square holes. A prayer for hope and humility and learning.”

    Brilliant words Mr. H.
    I wish you my best in wherever your path may take you.

  4. “decentralized, cooperative and authentic education based not on 19th century content delivery for Victorian factory workers but on current research aimed at producing world changers. A place for round pegs in a world of square holes. A prayer for hope and humility and learning.”

    Brilliant words Mr. H.
    I wish you my best in wherever your path may take you.

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