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Scholars Cornel West and Robert George demonstrated that it’s possible to have a deep bond and mutual respect, even when you disagree on fundamental issues. Speaking at an event on campus Dec. 7 moderated by SPA Associate Professor Thomas Merrill, the two professors underscored the importance of engaging in civil dialogue and the value of a liberal education. Watch.
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First Lady Michelle Obama speaks from the World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha, Qatar on the importance of educating adolescent girls worldwide.
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Education Lessons from Work Rules! That Will Transform How You Live and Lead.
Laszlo Bock shares lessons that are key to building successful education organizations. He discusses culture, failure / experimentation, bias, and importance of social / emotional learning.
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This Institute Welcome Lecture, sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing ( was delivered by Dr. Kyle Harper on December 8, 2015 at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Kyle Harper is Sr. Vice President and Provost and Professor of Classics and Letters at the University of Oklahoma.
The Institute’s Welcome Lecture, delivered each fall semester, are meant to welcome incoming OU students and to cast a vision for all students, faculty and staff about the purposes and values undergirding an OU education.
The mission of the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing is to improve the flourishing of OU students, to advance the science of virtue and flourishing, and to promote the flourishing of all Oklahomans. Learn more at
A look at First Nations education within Treaty 8 First Nations in Alberta. This documentary is the first in a series of three videos that shows the challenges faced by Educators, Administrators and communities in teaching their children on-reserve. With interviews and discussions by people working on the ground at these schools this video gives you a window into modern “Indian” education within Northern Alberta.
Produced by Bearpaw Communications and the Treaty 8 Education Commission.
Copyright by Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta
Dr. Hickman M Johnson, Pastor, Farish Street Baptist Church, Jackson, MS prays the opening prayer at the 106th Annual Session of the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education meeting in Indianapolis, IN, June 20-24, 2011. Dr. George Waddles, President.
Parents are turning to new forms of Catholic schools to hand on the Faith.
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What’s being done to increase the literacy rate in South Carolina? We’ll talk with educators, parents and other members of the community to find out how partnerships among schools and communities are helping students read on grade level by the third grade and avoid the “summer slide.”
Produced by ETV, Education Insight: Literacy SC is LIVE and interactive! Before and during the one-hour live program, viewers are invited to ask questions. E-mail [email protected] with your questions on this important topic.
Also, visit the Education Insight website at From this site you may view the program live as well as access supporting components.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation hired the Williamsburg Environmental Group (now part of Stantec), to provide assistance to the City of Falls Church and the City of Lynchburg in preparing to meet new requirements under their Virginia Small MS4 permits.
This webinar offered the City of Lynchburg, Va. guidance on developing a public outreach and education plan.
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– “Catholic education brings the youth into contact with the truth, so that their souls might be set aflame.” It is for this purpose that St. Mary’s Academy and College exists. In this video, discover the uniqueness of St. Mary’s Academy and College while we take you into the classrooms and lecture halls of this institution of learning.
For over 4 decades, St. Mary’s Academy and College (SMAC) has built and refined a liberal arts education and formation for students desiring a true Catholic education.
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The Greek philosopher Socrates once said “Education is not the filling of a vessel but the kindling of a flame.”
No one has known better than the Catholic Church the truth of these words. Catholic education brings the youth into contact with the Truth so that their souls might be set aflame.
It teaches them to seek after and find the Truth in every domain of life, so that they think rightly, judge rightly, and love rightly.
Founded in 1978, St. Mary’s Academy and College is an institution of learning whose ideal and goal is to give students this true Catholic education.
St. Mary’s Academy and College exists because we take to heart the command of Our Lord to be a light in the world. “I am the light of the world,” He said, “you are the light of the world.” Only the man who achieves a certain excellence, not just an excellence in his technical abilities, but an excellence of character, an excellence of soul; only that man will be looked up to, will be respected, will be able to make a difference in our world.
St. Mary’s Academy leads students through their most formative years, giving them a solid foundation, which will be with them for the rest of their life.
The curriculum of the Academy is designed around a strong language-arts program. The Academy seeks to develop the whole man – that’s physical attributes, mental attributes, moral attributes, and spiritual attributes. We are less interested in memorization of data and of discrete facts; we are more interested in developing in the student the ability to find those facts, to process those facts, to know the meaning of those facts and how they fit into the whole. So, in other words, we are interested in developing human beings.
From kindergarten through twelfth grade, this program is completed by courses in history, science, and mathematics. All of these disciplines build upon one another, and find their true meaning in the soul of the program, which is religion. It is through Religion that students go deeper and seek to understand the reality and purpose of life. Music, physical education, and extracurricular activities, such as drama, and sports, complete the curriculum, giving students a rounded and full formation in all aspects of their lives.
St. Mary’s Academy stands for an integrated curriculum; it stands for an integrated way of presenting knowledge to the young people. What is the goal? What does it move towards? Instruction in the good, the true, and the beautiful.
Fr. Edward Leen says that Christian education is a training in right evaluations; it’s a question of forming a Christian mind to see as God sees, that’s the Catholic worldview. But also to love as God loves, that’s the Catholic heart.
St. Mary’s College, located on the same campus as the Academy, is a two-year liberal arts college, granting an Associates Degree.
The College aims to take students deeper, putting them in intimate contact with the Truth, so that they might not only know the Truth, but also learn to love the Truth.
The motto of St. Mary’s College is Restore All Things in Christ, Instaurare Omnia in Christo. We want students not only to understand the motto, but we want them to live it. This starts with making Christ the center of the individual mind, body, soul, intellect, will, action.
The curriculum at the College is designed with this goal in mind, and involves an integrated and purposeful approach to the liberal arts.
We want the St. Mary’s College experience to result in the formation of an entire individual – mind, body, soul. The students undergo a fairly intense process over the course of two years. The core of the curriculum follows through the two years with Philosophy, Theology, Latin, English, Literature and Composition, and History.
By the formation which the College gives, graduates are prepared to enter the world, not just equipped for a particular skill or trade, but ready to undertake the tasks that God sends their way.
We want our students after two years to have a heart filled with love of God and a mind capable of searching Him in all things, everything they do, whatever they choose to do.
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