A Sad Day in Citè Soleil

In a country torn by violence, earthquakes, hurricanes, political unrest, and poverty, last week may be one of the worst in Haiti’s 200+ years as a free and independent country.  The United Nations reports that nearly 250 residents in Citè Soleil were killed or injured in gang warfare between July 8th and July 12th.  The …

Courage and Commitment

Our school year in Haiti concludes this week with final exams.  We are planning a small party for teachers and students.  But as the week commences, we must adapt to the forces in play around us.  I awoke this morning to this headline in Le Nouvelliste, the Haitian newspaper I read daily… “Cité Soleil:  At …

The Education Triangle Revisited

This post is updated from a post we published four years ago in May 2018.  The ‘Education Triangle’ is a universal truth.  What was true in 2018 remains true today, and it is the same truth that existed at Plato’s Academy in 387 B.C., and it will be true as we colonize Mars in the …