What is Vitaegogy and Why is it Important?
SHP leader Lauren Della Bella has spent much of the last two years advancing the 9 Billion Schools movement. A central tenet to that movement is vitaegogy, a whole-person answer for learning to learn. She shares her thoughts on what this concept means and how it can be applied to daily life in her latest blog post.
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