The saying is, “Knowledge is power,” but it should really be, “Knowledge is potential,” because what a leader does with what they have learned is far more relevant than the trivial knowledge that they’ve acquired.
How are we enabling our students to be model citizens, to affect their city, state or nation, or to be stewards of what is right in society? We “encourage” them. We “educate” them. We “support” them. And yet our … Continued