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The Emerson Street Story : Race, Class, Quality of Life and Faith: In Business, Money, Politics, School, and More
by Johnny E. Brown




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This book presents a set of reflections and ideas for better educating our children. It is also about Emerson Street -- neighborhood and name of the street of the home of the author's growing up in Austin, Texas. It is about race, class, quality of life, and faith, ending with suggestions about how to move schools toward a better system of academic success for all children and, thereby, impacting the common good and resulting in higher quality of life for all. Also, included is a summary of the Winners Always Practice Program, which is a set of tips on winning strategies for sports games and for life. The author expresses confidence that things can happen for the better; he has kept the faith - in things hoped for and the evidence of things not yet seen. The essence of the book conveys the point that the time has come for a major shift in how we treat one another as human beings of equal value and importance. We will all enjoy a higher quality of life when we focus more on the common good and less on considerations of race and class and selfish benefits. The appropriate and progressive way to look at diversity is to celebrate and appreciate it. The best and most impactful path to a higher quality of life is through successfully educating all our children -- "all means all " So far, the plans commonly in place for educating our children fall short in the desired results, and many children miss the opportunity to become educated successfully. www.jcbil.com Twitter: @jbrowneducator facebook.com/johnny.e.brown.7/

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Overview

This book presents a set of reflections and ideas for better educating our children. It is also about Emerson Street -- neighborhood and name of the street of the home of the author's growing up in Austin, Texas. It is about race, class, quality of life, and faith, ending with suggestions about how to move schools toward a better system of academic success for all children and, thereby, impacting the common good and resulting in higher quality of life for all. Also, included is a summary of the Winners Always Practice Program, which is a set of tips on winning strategies for sports games and for life. The author expresses confidence that things can happen for the better; he has kept the faith - in things hoped for and the evidence of things not yet seen. The essence of the book conveys the point that the time has come for a major shift in how we treat one another as human beings of equal value and importance. We will all enjoy a higher quality of life when we focus more on the common good and less on considerations of race and class and selfish benefits. The appropriate and progressive way to look at diversity is to celebrate and appreciate it. The best and most impactful path to a higher quality of life is through successfully educating all our children -- "all means all " So far, the plans commonly in place for educating our children fall short in the desired results, and many children miss the opportunity to become educated successfully. www.jcbil.com Twitter: @jbrowneducator facebook.com/johnny.e.brown.7/


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  • ISBN-13: 9781728370781
  • ISBN-10: 1728370787
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publish Date: August 2020
  • Page Count: 230
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.69 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.09 pounds


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