Sustained student growth in and beyond college can depend on the level to which students can be educated to refine their thinking.
We grow from what we understand are mistakes, and then we try to prevent that mistake from ever happening again. But what does this have to do with the tender age of six, and why do we learn everything by that time?
There are no 28-day wonders. It requires months of hard work, training and the acceptance of personal responsibility for formerly homeless men to become productive, tax-paying citizens and true fathers to their children.