Posts by Ruth Weirich:

The key to unlock the code–Student achievement

March 14, 2008 Published by

Here is a letter wonderful letter about student achievement that we received from Rosa Leonard, a middle-school reading specialist: “Reyna is a 13-year-old female from El Salvador. She came to this country in August, 2006. Reyna had never attended school in El Salvador and speaks only Spanish. She was placed…

Educating Boys– Boys in Crisis book helps a teacher and a student connect

January 30, 2008 Published by

Recently Dr. Paul Slocumb, author of Hear Our Cry: Boys in Crisis, presented a workshop on educating boys to a group in Wichita, Kansas. This is an e-mail Dr. Slocumb received from an attendee: Dear Dr. Slocumb: I was in your audience in Wichita, Kansas on Tuesday, September 4, 2007.…

Inspired by our clients–Improving Outcomes with Adult Students

January 8, 2008 Published by

Now this is great information. Kirsten, from Valrico, Florida, wrote last week to say what a difference the Ruby Payne seminar presented by Dr. Rita Pierson made in her life. What she said about the workshop was that it made a difference in her as a teacher and improving outcomes.…

Reducing poverty–Making a difference one person at a time

November 30, 2007 Published by

As an employee of aha! Process, one of the things I hear so often is, “Oh, you work for Ruby Payne.” Yes, I do, but what is more meaningful is that I work for an organization that is reducing poverty by creating change in the lives of individuals in poverty…

Inspired by our clients: A catalog was created

October 23, 2007 Published by

After hearing from many of you about your successes in your schools and communities and finding new inspiration as we read your stories, we realized that these nuggets of optimism deserved their rightful place alongside the array of products and services we are offering in our first-everaha! Process catalog. Also,…