Stephen Randall, course instructor, is a seasoned educator who has taught mathematics in the public and private school systems of Georgia and Texas for over 20 years. A graduate of Stanford University with a degree in quantitative economics, Mr. Randall served as a Senior Instructor for Kaplan Test Prep in Houston, TX, where he provided preparation classes and tutoring for the SAT, ACT, GRE and GMAT.
Stephen has published 2 books (Calvin Didn’t Know © 1992 and Nobody Told Jamaal © 2003) and has copyrighted and is finalizing publication of a 3rd (Overcoming the Peter Principle: A Study of the Life of Peter, an Apostle of Jesus Christ © 2011).
Calvin, a 25 year old Caucasian professional, out of frustration, wishes that African American people had never entered the United States of America. Calvin gets his wish! Find out what happens in this thought provoking adventure!
Jamaal is a middle school student with real problems. Poor self-esteem and lack of interest in school are leading directly to a life of lackluster performance, low goals and expectations, and even lower achievement. In Nobody Told Jamaal, he discovers that he too can have a bright and prosperous future. Read along as his horizons open up to bigger and better things.
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