An African-centered Education
Chapter 8. Blemishes in the Treasure!
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I’m like everyone else—I see the world in terms of what I would like to see happen, not what actually does. (Coelho & Clarke, 1988/1993, p. 29)
As the participants shared their experiences with me, I discovered there were some that did not find all aspects of them valuable. Some participants were quite colorful and candid in discussing their displeasure with specific components that shaped the education at the Shule. I was initially surprised by these exceptions, and much like Santiago, I had to acknowledge that perhaps I had viewed this experience in terms of what I would like to see happen. In this chapter, I share the particularities of this experience as the participants have shared them.
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