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University of California, Berkeley

BERKELEY, CA – Owen Monroy, Assistant Coach to the Cal Women’s Beach Volleyball team, contacted The Art of Learning Project after several years of experimenting with, adapting, and applying the learning concepts in his coaching. “The Art of Learning closely resonated with my instincts as a learner, and Josh’s experience and credibility increased my courage …

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National Soccer Coaches Association of America

KANSAS CITY, KS. The NSCAA is the largest coaches’ organization in the United States with more than 26,000 members who coach both genders at all levels of the sport. The Art of Learning was reviewed in the fall issue of Soccer Journal, the official publication of the NSCAA, which is sent to their entire member …

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Public School Athletic League

LONG ISLAND CITY, NY. PSAL is the longest running scholastic athletic program in the country. Their five coordinators orchestrate interscholastic competition in 21 sports for 40,000 student athletes attending 200 different New York City Public High Schools. To raise awareness of the book, we donated 50 copies to the PSAL Wingate Award dinner, which honored …

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Agoura High School IB Program

AGOURA HILLS, CA. Andrew Staiano is using The Art of Learning as a teaching tool in his Theory of Knowledge class and sharing it with the Agoura High School soccer team. Andrew says: “I would like to use these books with my soccer players in order to help explain the art of the endgame, the …

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Bergen County Special Services

ROCKLEIGH, NJ. The Behavioral Skills Continuum is designed for students with emotional and/or learning disabilities who require ongoing educational and supportive counseling to develop positive social and emotional interactions and, ultimately, gain the ability to self-monitor personal growth and development. Educator Raymond Zebro is heading up an initiative for sharing The Art of Learning with …

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Groton-Dunstable Alliance for Youth (GDAY)

GROTON, MA. This organization’s mission is to reinforce healthy and respectful behavior among children, teens and communities. Says Alice Anne Barbo, its former president: “The Groton-Dunstable Alliance for Youth (GDAY) used the books donated by the JW Foundation as a part of our Parent-to-Parent Network book discussion series.  We provided copies to the libraries in …

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