Glimmer of Hope

 


(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 14, 2022 ) Denver, CO and Louisville, KY – Publication was the furthest factor from Rick
Lasley’s thoughts when he started writing a journal through the 2021–2022 faculty yr. A longtime highschool administrator, Lasley was alarmed by the grim circumstances current in public training and documented his considerations in Glimmer of Hope, E book 2 of his insightful journal. This new non-fiction has been printed by Outskirts Press—the fastest-growing, full-service self-publishing and e book advertising and marketing firm. Rick Lasley, a highschool administrator of 20 years, retired after 32 years in training. Throughout his final yr in public service, he chronicled his firsthand experiences in training by writing a journal—largely as “remedy” to course of what was happening round him with pupil/employees psychological well being considerations and the rising trainer/employees shortages.

At Apollo Excessive Faculty in Owensboro, Kentucky, Lasley reached out to his most trusted confidants in training, who inspired him to publish his journal, as they felt the group would profit from listening to his story. Glimmer of Hope (E book 2) chronicles the spring semester 2022 journal entries and follows Humanity in Peril (E book 1, printed Might 2022), which relies on the autumn semester 2021 journal. “Schooling is in dire straits, which was particularly evident through the pandemic,” Lasley explains.
“Pupil apathy is at an all-time excessive, misbehavior is on the rise, considerations with psychological well being and emotional well-being are reaching unprecedented heights, and there’s a lower in licensed educating
candidates approaching by no means earlier than seen vacancies.”
Glimmer of Hope focuses extra on the constructive points that also stay, giving hope for the way forward for training. It additionally represents a rallying name to communities, dad and mom of school-aged kids, legislators,
district directors, principals and academics for what every group can do to assist convey again the attraction and respect training so profoundly deserves. Study extra concerning the creator at Outskirts Press/GlimmerOfHope.
At 168 pages, Glimmer of Hope is offered on-line at Outskirts Press and thru Amazon and Barnes and Noble for a most commerce low cost in portions of 10 or extra and is being aggressively promoted
to acceptable markets with a deal with the non-fiction class.
ISBN: 978-1-9772-5670-6 Format: 6 x 9 paperback Retail: $18.95 eBook: $5.00
Style: NON-FICTION / Schooling / Management
In regards to the Creator: Rick Lasley began educating center faculty/highschool math at St. Romuald Excessive Faculty in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, in August 1990. The next yr he was employed to show and coach
basketball at Cloverport Unbiased Faculties, the place he was given alternatives to steer at an early age. He earned his Principal Certification via his Rank I after acquiring his MA in Schooling at Western Kentucky College. In August 2004, Rick was employed as assistant principal at neighboring Hancock Co. Excessive Faculty in Lewisport, KY, and was named principal two years later. Earlier than retiring as principal of Apollo Excessive Faculty in Owensboro, KY, in June 2022, Rick Lasley had been a highschool administrator for 20 years, finishing 32 years in training. Upon completion of his profession, he was named the 2022 Kentucky Affiliation of Faculty Directors (KASA) Distinguished Service Award recipient. He at present lives in Hawesville along with his spouse, Angela, and son, Aaron.

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