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Stand for the Best

What I Learned after Leaving My Job as CEO of H&R Block to Become a Teacher and Founder of an Inner-City Charter School

Wiley, J,
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Thirteen years ago, Tom Bloch was CEO of H&R Block, the groundbreaking tax organization. The son of the company's founder, he was a happily married 41-year-old executive, but something was missing from his life. After a nineteen-year career at the company, Bloch resigned his position to become a math teacher in an impoverished inner-city section of Kansas City. Stand for the Best reveals Bloch's struggles to make a difference for his marginalized students and how he eventually co-founded a successful charter school, University Academy.


Titel: Stand for the Best
Autoren/Herausgeber: Thomas M. Bloch
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9780470639603

Seitenzahl: 240
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Thomas M. Bloch, former CEO of H&R Block and currently amiddle school math teacher and president of the board at UniversityAcademy, has been involved in a variety of education initiativessince he changed careers. He and his wife, Mary, founded the YouthService Alliance of Greater Kansas City to encourage and recognizeoutstanding community service through school-based programs. He isalso a founding board member of the Kansas City Foundation forHigher Education, a trustee of the University of Missouri at KansasCity, President of the Endowment Fund for the Henry W. Bloch Schoolof Business at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, andchairman of the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation. Hereturned to H&R Block in 2000?as a member of the board ofdirectors.

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