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Table Of Contents

INTRODUCTION
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
PROLOGUE
ACT BY CONGRESS
Learning How to Walk, Talk, and Eat, 1981
The Mosquito Coast and My New Family
Exploring the City
Riot
Empowerment
Orange Walk Town
The Storyteller
San Lazaro
Home
Dogs and Snakes
New Volunteers and a Minister
Softball
Making Friends
Part of the Team
Where Is Your Mother?
Teaching and Learning
Hazards to My Health
The Bad Eye
Death in a Cane Field
My Diet, My Lifeline
Family Secrets
Into the Green
Invasion
Che Chem
Stealing Watermelons
Ever-Present Danger
Reality Check, 1983
Rites of Passage
The Beginning of Change
How to Get Married
Globalization
Street Fight
The New Crop
A School in the Jungle
Premonition
Big Decision
The Chief
Finding Teachers
Building a Road
Him or Me
The Green Truck
Building a School
Corruption at the Highest Levels
Danger at Home
The Mennonites
Coming Together
Back in the United States
Plane Trouble
Relationships
Life Changes
Christmas
The Dream
Marriage
Breakthrough
More Trouble
Graduation
Letter Home
Holdup on the Way Home
EPILOGUE
MEMORIES
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A School for Others

A School for Others

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A School for Others covers my time in Belize, Central America as a Peace Corps Volunteer. It is about my personal growth, some adventure, unintentional altruism, and finding true love, despite my best efforts not to.I live in a Mayan village and one day I discover an abandon school in the jungle. It is the beginning of a vision to develop a school for students who are unable to continue their education in a system that is designed to weed out the “academically challenged.” They are the “other” kids who don’t have the privilege of attending secondary school.
A School for Others covers my time in Belize, Central America as a Peace Corps Volunteer. It is about my personal growth, some adventure, unintentional altruism, and finding true love, despite my best efforts not to.I live in a Mayan village and one day I discover an abandon school in the jungle. It is the beginning of a vision to develop a school for students who are unable to continue their education in a system that is designed to weed out the “academically challenged.” They are the “other” kids who don’t have the privilege of attending secondary school.

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