"In his seven-hour school day, Nick says there were only 2 1/2 to three hours that you actually really do need to be in class."
Can a simple, "moderate education" formula actually catapult our children to success? Definitely. Abraham Lincoln is proof of that.
Benjamin Franklin's eventual success was undoubtedly encouraged by two things: a willing mind eager to learn and a father's careful nurturing and training.
Frederick Douglass rose up from slavery, learned to read, and shared his knowledge by teaching his fellow slaves.