Carrie Lee Ferguson


“If teaching is to be reformed in our time, it will not be the result of snappier teaching techniques.  It will happen because we are in the midst of a far-reaching intellectual and spiritual revisioning of reality and how we know it.” Parker Palmer Parker Palmer’s To Know As We Are Known, first published in 1983, is deeply relevant today, and this quote in particular has everything to do with what we… Read More

I’ve just returned from the Institute for Global Education Diplomacy held in Washington, D.C. March 5th-8th.  I met the most remarkable individuals who are creating positive impacts both locally and globally, whether improving the quality of education in their communities or advocating to end extreme poverty. Instead of reporting right away on the meaning of education diplomacy, and the skills and ideals behind it, today I am writing about a chance encounter… Read More