Pete Seeger (born 1919); American folk singer
Walter Cronkite (1916-2009); American broadcast journalist
Nelson Mandela (1918-2013); Former president of South Africa
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Tom Brokaw (born 1940); American television journalist and author
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Morris Adler (1870-1937); psychiatrist
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Submitted by J. Patterson over 6 years ago.
The year was 1970, and I was a sophomore at UMKC studying my favorite subject, history. My friend and I would sit in the dorm until the wee hours of the morning, talking about the unorthodox delivery of Dr. D, our English Literature instructor. His lectures were wild and wonderful. His gyrations and ad lib remarks along with his sparse…
Submitted by Allyson Hill 5 months ago.
my mom is my hero. she is the only person in my life that understands me and we have been through thick and thin. shes also my role model <3
Education is meaningless without discipline, our children demand instant gratification. Hard work is something someone else should do.
Chris about 1 year ago from Atlanta
It is crucial that parents educate their children and not outsource it to school or police, showing the importance of studying so that more doors are open.
Anderson over 1 year ago from Colatina, ES - Brasil
Education has given me the stride and passion to become a doctor. The teachers who inspire me really love their job and the students they teach. They care so much for all of us, with a great deal of compassion.
raevyn robinson almost 2 years ago from INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
Education is to pass on what we have learned.
Bruce Willingham about 2 years ago from Warner Robins, Ga