Jacques Barzun — American Educator born on November 30, 1907,

Jacques Martin Barzun was a French-born American historian. Focusing on ideas and culture, he wrote about a wide range of subjects, including baseball and classical music, and is best known as a philosopher of education. In the book Teacher in America, Barzun influenced the training of schoolteachers in the United States... (wikipedia)

If it were possible to talk to the unborn, one could never explain to them how it feels to be alive, for life is washed in the speechless real.
Music is intended and designed for sentient beings that have hopes and purposes and emotions.
Political correctness does not legislate tolerance; it only organizes hatred.
Schools are not intended to moralize a wicked world, but to impart knowledge and develop intelligence, with only two social aims in mind: prepare to take on one's share in the world's work, and perhaps in addition, lend a hand in improving society, after schooling is done.
Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition.