An Educator Who Literarily Fell Into A Crack: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

a mississippi elementary school assistant principal is proof that there needs to be educational reform. not only in the classrooms, but in the colleges that produce educators. mr. price was recently fired for reading a book to children entitled “i need a new butt.” from an outsider’s perspective, mr. price suffers from both having aContinue reading “An Educator Who Literarily Fell Into A Crack: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A Learning Moment on The Art of Conversation: Facts, Opinions and Judgment for Non-Lawyers: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

people often hate having conversations with lawyers. why? because they know how to win arguments. this blog post will assist “non-lawyers” on why lawyers win, how they too can be a “winner,” and share the “teaching moment. ” lawyers are taught to understand the fundamentals of fact, opinion and judgment. a justice system designed toContinue reading “A Learning Moment on The Art of Conversation: Facts, Opinions and Judgment for Non-Lawyers: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”