Song of The Child 

How Our Children Can Save the World

A Book by Andreea G. Petruse

SYNOPSIS

Song Of The Child explores education's origins and untapped frontiers which have the power to profoundly transform and improve the lives of our children and the future of our planet. In today's often uncertain and chaotic global climate, we are asked to examine the foundations of society itself, human potential and its evolution - Song of The Child takes us on a journey around the world, asking us to consider how education plays a role in that evolution. It reveals remarkable discoveries in the educational field which if implemented, can rapidly shape a new and sustainable existence. 

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Castle Hill, New Zealand

 "The way ahead, the hope that brought them to this day was born out of the trust reflected in the eyes of their grandchildren. A many-coloured brood who spoke of another age, but their needs were the same; to belong, to be accepted, to have a place no matter what the bloodline or the race."- Barry Brailsford, 2004

Castle Hill is considered by some to be sacred land of the legendary Waitaha and the ancient site of a once flourishing school of higher learning. Song Of The Child was inspired by the author"s journey to Castle Hill and the special meeting with Barry Brailsford, renowned Maori scholar, and author of the book, Song of Waitaha. That experience and the profound examples conjured by the Waitaha's education system, is a mythical force and water at the root of this book.