|Follow up re: Inquiry on Origins of Hopework Folk School||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Sylvia Bagley (SBagleymsmc.la.edu)|
|Date: Thu, 13 May 2010 11:56:40 -0700 (PDT)|
Hello, I'm writing to follow up on the email below... I'm hoping to connect with someone at Hopework to find out more information about the school's origins and evolution, for a chapter I'm writing on American folk schools. I look forward to your response. Thanks very much in advance! All my best, Sylvia Bagley cell: 323-627-7611 Sylvia S. Bagley, Ph.D. Director, Instructional Leadership Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles 213-477-2622 ________________________________________ From: Sylvia Bagley Sent: Friday, February 26, 2010 8:25 PM To: hopework-l [at] hopework.org; walla003 [at] umn.edu; peter [at] hopework.org; longley [at] umn.edu; lynn [at] hopework.org Subject: Inquiry re: Origins of Hopework Folk School Dear Hopework Folk School, My colleague and I have been invited to write a chapter for a Swedish publication on the origins and current missions of folk (high) schools in America. In searching the internet, we came across information about Hopework Folk School. At your convenience, I would love to ask you a few questions about how Hopework originated, its ties to Scandinavian folk high schools, and how your school currently serves the needs of local citizens in a unique way. Of course, ideally, we'd love to come out and visit your site! But in reality, a phone call or email "interview" would probably work best. (If you prefer the latter, I'm happy to send a list of questions). Thank you very much in advance for your time and willingness. I look forward to learning much more about your school. Sincerely, Sylvia Sylvia S. Bagley, Ph.D. Director, Instructional Leadership Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles 213-477-2622
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