Wisdom Watch: Famed Educator Marva Collins When Marva Collins grew tired of the traditional approach to classroom learning, she opened a school in her home. Today, the legendary educator is esteemed as the woman who taught children who others considered "unteachable." Collins explains why she sought to make a difference.
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Wisdom Watch: Famed Educator Marva Collins

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Wisdom Watch: Famed Educator Marva Collins

Wisdom Watch: Famed Educator Marva Collins

Wisdom Watch: Famed Educator Marva Collins

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When Marva Collins grew tired of the traditional approach to classroom learning, she opened a school in her home. Today, the legendary educator is esteemed as the woman who taught children who others considered "unteachable." Since the 70s, thousands of students have passed through her doors.

Dr. Collins explains why she sought to make a difference, and shares her thoughts on the current state of education.

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