Education Consultant Simeon Joseph says a comprehensive electrifying conversation with relevant parties is needed, before starting a national initiative to decide on how to proceed on the loss of Ross University
According to Education Consultant Simeon Joseph, the situation at the abandoned Ross facility in Portsmouth serves as a reminder that problems should never be solved by a single individual sitting in their office, and perhaps it may be best to designate one or two people to offer input on what should happen. According to him, a comprehensive, electrifying conversation with all relevant parties is required before beginning any national initiative to decide on how to proceed, with the abandoned Ross facility
He continued, before proceeding we must identify the most intelligent, skilled, and resourceful individuals who can establish some kind of investigating committee to make a conclusion regarding what should be done in this scenario. According to Mr. Joseph, national development requires that discussions on issues of this sort be inclusive and diverse.
Finally, he continued by saying that a certain amount of humility and acceptance is required if the government is sincere and desires to be progressive in the developmental effort for Ross. Mr. Joseph added, if the approach is one of divide & conquer or control, we will only have a temporary fix and may not reap the rewards of the transformation.
Educational Consultant, Mr. Simeon Joseph.
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