Imperfection is in the very nature of human beings. None of us is without
flaws. So by way of a "gentle disclaimer," please allow us
to say this: Most of the individuals quoted in Project Wisdom are, in
fact, human and therefore imperfect. Some have a controversial side
to their nature, but all meet the criteria for being quoted in this
program: They have contributed to humanity in some positive or constructive
way, putting forth a few words of wisdom from which we can all benefit.
To the best of our knowledge, all who are quoted are in good standing
with the general public at present. However, things change. Information
is sometimes revealed that dishonors a public figure, making that individual
an inappropriate role model.
Please use discretion when presenting these messages. What is appropriate
on one campus may not be on another. You might ask yourself, for example,
if your students and staff will accept messages that teach about the
various world religions and their holiday observances. We have provided
many more messages than should be needed in the course of a typical
school year. In addition to the broadcast messages found in our online
library, broadcast messages are included in each of the Educator Resource
Site 2.0 lesson plans found on this site. We encourage you to take advantage
of the selectivity this allows you.
Thank you for seeing the value in this program. Without the feedback,
encouragement, and support of educators, this program - which began
as a parent volunteer effort - would not be the success it is today.
Your comments, suggestions, and feedback are always enthusiastically
welcomed. Please share your
The Project Wisdom Team