A School for Others: The History of the Belize High School of Agriculture

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 13, 2010 - Education - 279 pages
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A School for Others covers my time in Belize, Central America as a Peace Corps Volunteer. It is about my personal growth, some adventure, unintentional altruism, and finding true love, despite my best efforts not to. I live in a Mayan village and one day I discover an abandon school in the jungle. It is the beginning of a vision to develop a school for students who are unable to continue their education in a system that is designed to weed out the “academically challenged.” They are the “other” kids who don’t have the privilege of attending secondary school.

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George LeBard is the author of various technical works including "Small Projects Assistance over Ten Years in Peace Corps Belize," and "Project MANA's high Altitude Gardening Manual." In other lives he has worked as a chef, Peace Corps volunteer, associate Peace Corps director, teacher, and school administrator. Currently he is the director of a food pantry in Lake Tahoe, Nevada where he lives with his wife and three sons. His honors and awards include "Collaborator of the Decade," from the Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation, "Top ten of those who make a difference," from the Tahoe World newspaper, and the "George LeBard Scholarship fund," started by the government of Belize and the United States Peace Corps Belize. His goal is to be on the beach writing for a living in some tropical paradise.

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