by Marielle Elisabeth King Herein, Marielle Elisabeth King presents a short collection of poems destined to change education forever! These thirteen poems share the feelings of students and the feeling of those who work with students. Certain accepted practices, such as segregation by IQ, lead to sad at resistant feeling in many students and teachers alike. Throughout these poems, feelings are implied, but so are improvements and even societal applications.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Marielle Elisabeth King has a passion about several social themes, especially childrens rights and empowerment through education, an avocation she has pursued for over thirty years. She is eternally grateful for the diversity and enrichment provided by her lifes experience: inspiring and writing to parents in three countries and fourteen schools. She is grateful to her alma mater, the University of South Florida, and she is now an American by choice, for which she is also grateful. To read more about Marielle Elisabeth King, see her biography in Marquis Whos Who in America, 2005, page 2505.