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Dave S Morse
Dave S Morse
I've completed a Masters of Management in Public Administration at the University of Phoenix and am seeking to enter the field of social and/or environmental justice from the field of education. I am a strong social-justice advocate who has had letters to the editor published in the NY Times etc.
 

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Jan. 28, 2012 2:07 am
We are Creating a Future “Perfect Storm” This may sound harsh, but states around the country, including California where I live, are greatly devaluing public education and are thereby creating a future “perfect storm” of more and more untrained people, higher unemployment, declining tax revenues, decreasing social services, higher crime rates, and a certain future decline in the quality of...  Read More
Aug. 17, 2011 2:42 am
Some 35-years ago the professorial missionary couple, Drs. Tom and Sue Brewster, of the U.S. Center for World Mission, in Pasadena, wrote a highly practical book entitled Language Acquisition Made Practical , or LAMP, which argues that the effective learning of a second or foreign language is primarily a social rather than an academic function. While not denying that formal language training, in...  Read More
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