Quote by Peter Abelard : “For my part the more”

For my part, the more I went forward in the study of letters, and ever more easily, the greater became the ardour of my devotion to them, until in truth I was so enthralled by my passion for learning that, gladly leaving to my brothers the pomp of glory in arms, the right of heritage […]

Quote by Sal Younis : “If you would like to”

If you would like to help people banish their eyesight woes and improve their quality of life, then studying to become an optical assistant is the right choice. If your goal is to enter the medical field, and a career as an Optical/Optometric Assistant, sounds interesting to you, then NCE’s Optical/Optometric Assistant program is the […]

Quote by C.S. Lewis : “By starving the sensibility of”

By starving the sensibility of our pupils we only make them easier prey to the propagandist when he comes. For famished nature will be avenged and a hard heart is no infallible protection against a soft head. – C.S. Lewis

Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana : “Some fools are educated rich”

Some fools are educated, rich, and/or famous. – Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Quote by Terry Tempest Williams : “What is the most important”

What is the most important thing one learns in school? Self-esteem, support, and friendship. – Terry Tempest Williams

Quote by Compton Gage : “Hear about the hidden time”

Hear about the hidden time. Some think the hidden time is yet to come. The Kingdom of God does not come by Observation. It is hidden in the inner dimension. – Compton Gage

Quote by Sheridan Hay : “And when I think of”

And when I think of my few acquisitions, I have to admit how fiercely the autodidact struggles for her education, and how incomplete that education remains. How illusory is any accumulation of knowledge! – Sheridan Hay

Quote by Lindsey Whittington : “Isn’t the point of education”

Isn’t the point of education to teach students how to think, not what to think? – Lindsey Whittington

Quote by Lyanda Lynn Haupt : “I realize that in giving”

I realize that in giving birth, managing a household, raising a child, and composting potato peels in a city, I have learned some things about wildness that even Thoreau could not have known. – Lyanda Lynn Haupt