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The Education Formula is Out

I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude for your support and participation in the book launch of "The Education Formula." Your presence and enthusiasm contributed significantly to the success of birthing this "book child," and I couldn't be more thankful.

The journey of writing and publishing this book has been a labor of love, and seeing so many friends, colleagues, and supporters come together to celebrate its launch was truly humbling. Your presence and purchase not only made the launch memorable, but also reinforced my belief in the importance of the message within the book. Here are a few of the quotes I've received so far:

"We cannot read this book and fall asleep with its level of engagement." Charles Amisial

"The chapter that highlighted respect stood out to me because as a classroom teacher, respect is very important for education to happen in schools." Evens Jean

"I particularly enjoyed the chapters that discussed the concepts that we are all part of the village - schools, business, community, parents, teachers and of course, the students." Barbara Bernier

It was also a proud moment for my wife and I as our three children re-released their debut bilingual poetry book, Our Imaginations and Stories of Life. Becoming authors at such tender ages is indicative of how we're supposed to help our children level up their education beyond classroom walls. They were super excited and proud. We're looking forward to future book signings and author appearances to propel their experience to higher heights.

As we move forward, I hope this The Education Formula serves as a valuable resource and catalyst for positive change in education. Within these chapters, you will dive into the challenges faced by students, parents, educators, policymakers, and communities alike. But this book is not just about highlighting problems; it is about offering tangible solutions and a road map for change. It is about empowering parents to become advocates for their children’s education, inspiring policymakers to enact bold reforms, urging educators to embrace innovative pedagogies, mobilizing communities to create supportive environments for learning, and urging students to own their education. It's a comprehensive tool that can be used to facilitate trainings and workshops for all stakeholders.

Your continued support and engagement will be instrumental in spreading its message to a wider audience. Now is the time when your support could make a huge difference. Please go to Amazon and post a short review about my book.

NOTE: You do not have to purchase my book on Amazon in order to leave a review. You just need to have an Amazon account in good standing.

If you purchase my book on Amazon before writing a review, then your comments will be tagged as a “verified purchase.” If you haven’t purchased a copy, then you can post a review on Amazon and state that you received a free copy from the author in exchange for writing a review. Please post a review on Amazon today. When readers see their peers talking about a book, it reduces skepticism and increases the desire to purchase.

Once again, thank you for being a part of this incredible journey. Your support means everything to me, and I look forward to staying connected as we work together to make a difference in the field of education.

Berwick Augustin is the founder of Evoke180, a leading publishing company that also specializes in Haitian-Creole translations. He is an educational consultant and keynote speaker who embodies two decades of experience as a writer, teacher, and assistant principal. Berwick is the author, most recently, of The Education Formula, Days, Months, and Seasons in Haitian-Creole, The Haitian-Creole Alphabet-and 1803 The Haitian Flag.

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