George Walker was director general of the International
Baccalaureate and visiting professor in the University of Bath. In
this collection of autobiographical essays he describes some
defining moments in his distinguished career in education. In
schools, of course, but also in the harvest fields of Essex and the
Paleolithic cave at Lascaux; behind the Iron Curtain in
Czechoslovakia; on the alpine ski slopes; in the concert hall and
in the footsteps of Cecil Rhodes in southern Africa; in Baghdad and
in Bosnia, there have been many unexpected lessons to learn.
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