Thank you for being so open and honest in your book. I just finished it here on a Sunday morning and I skipped mass to finish it. I taught in both public and Catholic school and left to start my own teaching business for many reasons having to do with the top down approach in leadership. Your book gave me a better understanding of people in power and their weaknesses. It is too bad we can't seem to figure out how to give more roles in leadership to those who really know how to lead instead of giving the roles to those who know how to control.
Thank you for living an honest life and sharing it with us. I am sure Rosie O'Donnell will love your story as well as anyone who has been raised Catholic (anyone who is not Catholic will learn from it as well). (Editor's note - you see Rosie's interview with Mary here).
Audrey Klein is a teacher, author, producer of educational films, and public speaker. She is the author of Skills for Students’ Success and owner of Klein’s Classes, LLC. Her programs pay special attention to learning disabled, executive functioning, ADD, ADHD, reading and writing weakness, organizational skills, study skills, and gifted and talented students. Her teaching and writing focus on the transfer of learning to everyday life, student-centered instruction, and facilitating individual thinking and learning styles. She has taught over a thousand children in her classrooms and in her private tutoring business.