Education The Real Social Investment

| October 18, 2002 Issue

Education: The "Real" Social Investment, Ted Ketcham,
Education in the U.S. needs soul, not more standardized tests, writes Ted Ketcham in GreenMoney Journal, a site dedicated to socially responsible investing. "To us, [at Green Money Journal] soul is that impossible-to-measure element of spiritual/personal significance in learning that makes any educational effort worth a damn," Ketcham writes. His essay introduces various articles exploring a new educational system. Check out the links below to see their vision.
--Sara V. Buckwitz
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