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Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance: Poverty, Literacy, and the Development of Information Capital


reviewed by Sally Z. Hare — January 11, 2013

coverTitle: Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance: Poverty, Literacy, and the Development of Information Capital
Author(s): Susan B. Neuman & Donna C. Celano
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807753580, Pages: 164, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 11, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16991, Date Accessed: 1/23/2018 10:59:47 PM

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  • Sally Hare
    Coastal Carolina University
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    Dr. SALLY Z. HARE, distinguished professor emerita at Coastal Carolina University, is president of still learning, inc. After a Kellogg National Leadership Fellowship to study community across the globe and more than two decades of working with Dr. Parker J. Palmer in the Courage to Teach and the Courage to Lead and a senior facilitator with the national Center for Courage & Renewal, Sally has formed still learning, inc. (www.stilllearning.org), with her husband and partner, national parenting and family life educator Jim R. Rogers. Sally is dedicated to creating the space for lifelong learning at the intersection of learning and leadership and community, the point at which she understands adult learning to take place. She especially loves working with teacher leaders. Sally is a teacher and a learner. A strong advocate of public education, she has taught early childhood and elementary school and worked with students with reading difficulties, and has enjoyed more than 30 years of teaching teachers in undergraduate and graduate education at two state institutions of higher education in South Carolina. With a doctorate in education from the University of South Carolina, she has continued learning in places as diverse as the Harvard Institute on School Leadership and the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society’s Contemplative Curriculum Institute at Smith College and Uncovering the Heart of Higher Education, a program of the Fetzer Institute and the California Institute for Integrative Studies.
 
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