Newly released book,World Class, The Re-education of America invites the public to book signing events.

Meet the authors.

Françoise Piron and Mary Ellen Kalil Shevalier, authors of World Class, The Re-education of America, invite the public to join them at local book signing events. Piron and Shevalier, both teachers at South Jefferson Central School, have designed and co-taught a pilot 21st century class entitled “I am a citizen of the world, a course of study in media literacy and social issues.” Their book, released this month, illustrates through thirty years of journaling, the reason why educational reform is inevitable. World Class invites the reader to join the authors inside their classrooms and to follow through the trials and rewards of their newly designed course. As veteran teachers of diverse contents, the authors offer the gift of a clear educational process that they deem “a universal educational equation.” The book is written in layman’s terms and is designed to be equally appreciated by parents, students, teachers, and educational leaders alike. The authors believe in the importance of education as the singular most powerful tool that our country has to heal our communities, our nation and our world. Books may be ordered online at sites.google.com/site/worldclassbook or you may purchase a book at any of the book signing events listed below. Please note that only the venues marked with an asterisk are open to the public. The remaining events are academic lectures for pre-determined audiences. For more information feel free to visit the above mentioned website or to email worldclassbook@gmail.com.

*March 26, 12-4pm. *Café Mira, Adams, NY.
*Reception & book signing*
*Open to the public
March 30, 6:00-7:30 pm.
SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY. Interdisciplinary Education presentation & book signing
*April 7, 4-6pm.
*Paddock Club, Watertown, NY. *Happy hour & book signing*(must be of legal drinking age)*Open to the public
*April 13, all day event
*SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY.
QUEST presentation & two book signing sessions*
*Open to the public

*April 21, 6-8pm *North Country Arts Council, Watertown, NY. * Book signing & reading*
*Open to the public

April 29, 12-2:30 pm. SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY.Teachers’ Professional Development& Keynotes, Literacy Specialists Department
*April 29, 3-4pm. & 5-6pm. *SUNY Potsdam
Book signing
*Open to the public
*April 29, 4-5pm *SUNY Potsdam
*Insights from the authors*

*Open to the public

For more information or to order a book, go to
sites.google.com/site/worldclassbook

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