Commencement—Only the Beginning

May 4, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Sage advice from a master educator

Commencement ceremonies filled with relieved graduates, proud parents and tired faculty are occurring on campuses across the nation. Distinguished speakers are imparting wisdom to departing students. Education is being celebrated. But how many really know what true education is?

The late Herbert W. Armstrong was a master educator. He was an accomplished writer and speaker. Early in his life, Mr. Armstrong learned that education is not something you go out and get. He learned that true education is a way of life.

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