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Purpose: Founded in 2007 as a social science research, administrative, and advisory practice serving initiatives focused on education as a prerequisite component of advancing community development.
Functions: With the spirit of inquiry, exorcise paradoxes possessing the human condition: perform diagnostic assessments; recommend prescriptive treatments; provide a prognosis for sustainable objectives; and report findings.
Be the originator of development studies composed of statistical research inform by biographical accounts on predicaments that awaken the moral imagination to life as it is; archived in the social psychology collections at the Bodleian Social Science Library of the University of Oxford, and the University of Cambridge Library.
Philosophy: Given the confines of logic, and errors by postmodern deconstructions of its rationales, secularists forgoing the existence of the spiritual, and postmodernists inverting errors as facts censuring its essence, have awakened a Postsecular renaissance where empirical and psychical knowledge are of equal importance in human development.
Focus: Examine education systems in open and closed societies where the balance of social order is farmed in wild fields in need of cultivation or behind walled gardens in need of fertilization.
Where inviolable natural order governs the fields of human affairs, variety in need of education blossoms; within the enclosed garden where capricious authority farms order, among the cocooned are wild flowers to weed-out.
Hubert Kleinpeter, PhD, a leader in education practice with certified research, pedagogic, and administrative skills, holds degrees in Government, the Social Sciences, and Foundations of Education with certification in Education Policy from Florida State University.
He served as senior liaison to the Office of Florida Governor for the University Of Miami, Sylvester Cancer Institute evaluating tobacco policies; taught sociology and research methods at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; and the social sciences of education at Florida State University.
He is a consultant and educator for the public school system, China (PRC), where he holds Model Teacher Credentials from the Bureau of Public Education with Foreign Expert Certification from the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs; concurrently, he is a multilateral observer of K-12 education development in Southeast Asia (Cambodia).
Proficient in English, Spanish and Mandarin, he is a contributing author to the Social Psychology Collections at the Bodleian Social Science Library of the University of Oxford, and the University of Cambridge Library.
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