Tell Them We Are Rising A Memoir of Faith in Education tell them we are rising The inspiring story of how one woman gave back Ed Bradley This is a heartwarming story about struggle survival and achieve ment If we didn t know people like this in our live

  • Title: Tell Them We Are Rising: A Memoir of Faith in Education
  • Author: Ruth Wright Hayre
  • ISBN: 9780471327226
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • tell them we are rising The inspiring story of how one woman gave back Ed Bradley This is a heartwarming story about struggle, survival, and achieve ment If we didn t know people like this in our lives, we would want to invent them What could one ask A good story told with a deft hand William H Gray III President, United Negro College Fund An inspiring accoutell them we are rising The inspiring story of how one woman gave back Ed Bradley This is a heartwarming story about struggle, survival, and achieve ment If we didn t know people like this in our lives, we would want to invent them What could one ask A good story told with a deft hand William H Gray III President, United Negro College Fund An inspiring account of an African American educator determined to make a difference in the lives of indifferent students Kirkus Reviews Tell Them We Are Rising is a wonderful, inspiring story of service, commitment, generosity, love, and hope It is written with the humor, wisdom, and grace of a bygone era, yet spiced with the ultramodern savvy and the future oriented vision of a twenty year old What an extraordinary woman What an extraordinary life Chaka Fattah U.S Representative Pennsylvania

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    1. There is an interesting story in this book, but Hayre doesn't really do it justice. It would be fascinating to have an "outsider" write up the program (Hayre set aside funds, with the assistance of Temple University, to pay the college tuition of 116 students IF they graduated high school and IF they pursued a post-high school college or vocational education). She selects the students (graduating classes of two "inner city" elementary schools) and then sort of tracks them through high school gra [...]

    2. This is another book that I read during my first year of teaching. I was inspired not only by the story of Ruth and her students, but also by her overview of the history of public education in Philadelphia. Most inspiring of all was the story for which this book was titled.

    3. Hayre's recording of hers and others' journey in public education is an important one. Her comments certainly reflect the era in which she was raised (20s and 30s) and the era in which she worked (50s-90s). An incredible life story that inspires readers to pursue fully live out their calling.

    4. Have you been thinking about how to effect changes in your community and you're lost of idea(s)? Why not take sometime out with this memoir? Perhaps, you might be inspired.

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