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Martha Berry - American educator

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American philosopher, Educator, Rigorous thinker, Right, current state of philosophy,

Jonathan Kozol

Jonathan Kozol - American writer

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Leonard Horner

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Jeffrey R. Holland

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Roscoe Pound

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F. O. Matthiessen

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Timothy Dwight IV

Timothy Dwight IV - American, academic educator

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Scott Nearing

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Charles Moore (architect)

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James McBride (politician)

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Fred Hersch

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Louis Braille

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Babatunde Olatunji

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Ernest A. Batchelder

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Mary Lyon

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James D. Porter

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Irshad Manji

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Muhal Richard Abrams

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Douglas Knight

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Dennis Brutus

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Eliyahu M. Goldratt

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Rebecca Gratz

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Johnnetta Cole

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Luke Johnson (Mormon)

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Stephen Covey

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John Erskine (educator)

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Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard

Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard - Deaf, American scientist

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Charles Kendall Adams

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American educator, Historian, Assistant professor of Latin

James Lawrence Cabell

James Lawrence Cabell - American sanitarian

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Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn - American poet

American poet, Educator, Author of eighteen poetry collections

Myles Horton

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Patrick Francis Healy

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George William Ross

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David Dodd

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Walter E. Massey - American educator

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Claude Castonguay

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Alice Mary Robertson

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Thomas Arnold

Thomas Arnold - English educator

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Lorenzo Valla

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Yuan Longping

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Anna Botsford Comstock

Anna Botsford Comstock - American artist

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American educator, Geologist, Descendant of Thomas Fairchild, Alumnus of Cornell University, Professor of geology, Course about the origin

Richard Heinberg

Richard Heinberg - American journalist

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William Dwight Whitney

William Dwight Whitney - American linguist

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George Trumbull Ladd

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American philosopher, Educator, Doctor of internal Medicine

Virginia Kneeland Frantz

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Paul Dewar

Paul Dewar - Canadian educator

Canadian educator, Politician, One thirteen Canadians

Edmund Ezra Day

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Samuel C. Armstrong

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Eamon Everall

Eamon Everall - English artist

English artist, Educator

Jane Dee Hull

Jane Dee Hull - American, former politician

American, former politician, Educator, Governor of Arizona, First woman, Second woman, Fun experience

Mount John Laurie

Mount John Laurie - Mountain in the Canadian Rockies

Mountain in the Canadian Rockies, Result of the McConnell Thrust Fault, Prime rock climbing place, Good friend, Stoney people, Educator, Political activist

William Greenleaf Eliot

William Greenleaf Eliot - American educator

American educator, Unitarian minister, Grandfather of poet T, Brother of Thomas D, Active, civic life

Robert Sproull

Robert Sproull - American educator

American educator, Physicist

H. A. L. Fisher

H. A. L. Fisher - English historian

English historian, Educator, First cousin of Virginia Woolf, Tutor in modern History, Responsible Superannuation Act

Kurt Hahn

Kurt Hahn - German educator

German educator, First headmaster of Schule Schloss Salem from 1920 1933, Avid tennis player, Key figure in the development

George Pierce Baker

George Pierce Baker - American educator in the field

American educator in the field, Father of George P

Ezra Stiles

Ezra Stiles - American, academic educator

American, academic educator, Congregationalist minister, Amateur scientist

John Christopher Kunze

John Christopher Kunze - American Lutheran minister

American Lutheran minister, Educator, Fluent five languages

Jeremiah Jenks

Jeremiah Jenks - American economist

American economist, Educator, Member of the U, Interested, political aspects of economic problems

William Huntington Russell

William Huntington Russell - Founder

Founder, Original trustee, American businessman, Educator

Henry Smith Pritchett

Henry Smith Pritchett - American astronomer

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