ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I acknowledge and thank my doctoral teacher and dissertation chair, Dr. William Allan Kritsonis for his total support. Dr. William Allan Kritsonis gave me hope that I could publish as a student and after I earned my degree. He made all doctoral assignments meaningful and allowed me to extend my research. I truly respect the unconditional love that he has for me and the success of my career. Dr. Kritsonis has kept in contact with me after my graduation from the doctoral program. He has continued to seek ways that would expand my writings and desire to publish my ideas about improving education of America's students. I am truly grateful that he is my mentor. Rhonda Johnson, my wife has supported me every day since we formed this wonderful relationship. She encourages me to write and publish. Her total commitment to education and being an advocate for the unlearned gives me total focus on continuing my career. My wife is my best friend! I acknowledge my brother Lewis Johnson and his wife Jean Johnson; my sister, Cherrie Johnson and her husband Lawrence Johnson. I acknowledge all relatives of the Johnson's family.
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