From Socrates (born 469 bce) we have his method: learning by questions, not by teaching.  One of his three great questions: “What is the right thing to do?”. As for the pre written papers, here at https://qualityessay.com/pre-written-essays.html you can find some information that will help you with your learning.

From Horace Mann: (1796-1859)  father of public school education:   “Society improves as a result of an educated  public.”  And, a few days before his death, his message that enlightens TECCS devotion to community service: “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.”

Clara Barton (1821-1912) started teaching 1838, started her own school in Oxford, NY, 1844. From Barton we have the recognition that all children deserve the best possible public school education; she is largely responsible for elevating what were decried as “pauper schools” into highly regarded public schools.

Amos Gager Throop (1812-1894), a fiery abolitionist, founded the coed Throop Tech on the radical premise that both boys and girls could learn to use their hands as well as their heads.  Throop Tech evolved into Cal Tech, and its now independent K-12 school (as of 1907), Polytechnic School.

And from Felix Adler (1851-1933)  we have our mission to provide world class academics to deserving children in underserved communities.  A social reformer in 1878, Adler founded  and established  a tuition-free kindergarten for working people's children. It evolved over time into the Ethical Culture Fieldston School.

We express our admiration and gratitude to all these, and at the same time affirm that TECCS is a totally independent tuition-free, publicly chartered and sponsored school, and has no affiliation with any other school.