Carol Ann Tomlinson and Michael Murphy When we set our compass "due north" to empathy, we humanize our work in schools.
Read other books, too: Lots of interesting stuff, some of it illuminating and some of it stupid. Get your Five Righties group together to discuss your readings. Try some of the stuff you read about. Identify things that you can do, plan them out, and do them.
Write up after-action reports to document your learning. If you make a Five Righties group and feel like letting me know about it, do me a favor and fill out the form at fiverighties dot org. But this way we can trade ideas and notes.
The second kind of group we need a bunch of is the centralized group: The key, again, is to make these localized groups. Local people, local projects, local campaigns.
Because local power is how you get bigger power. What are some examples of the kinds of groups of this sort you might create? If you live near a campus, you can put a group of people together to offer support and help to student groups, so they can better put pressure on their university.
You could start a locally-focused newspaper or blog. Local news is falling apart everywhere; good beat reporting is on the downslope. How does crime actually work in your town?
Get when somebody screws up, get everybody who knows them on the record about it. Note who supports him. Make people denounce or be tarred.
The kind of thing that get people interested in your ideas. Stamp the inside cover with lists of places to go for more information. Blogs go away, links go dead. Small-run books on dead tree may be obscure, but they exist forever. Another thing Righty small publishers could be doing: Homeschooling is an essential Righty movement.
You know what parents doing homeschooling could really use? Free to cheap primers. Paperback, cheaply bound, downloadable free or available for purchase cheaply. Put together a local speaking circuit.
Get local business owners to go to schools and tell their free enterprise success and failure stories. A good way to arrange guest lectures in schools is to make friends with teachers. If you have jobs or projects where students can get involved, so much the better.Sep 25, · With member countries, staff from more than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership: five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
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