Miguel Angel Santos
Miguel Angel Santos is an Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and the Director of Applied Research for the Growth Lab at the Center for International Development (CID) at Harvard University.
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Explore the poverty and corruption of modern India's caste society in this stunning literary debut that critics have compared to Richard Wright's Native Son. Follow Balram Halwai, a poor Indian villager whose great ambition leads him to the zenith of Indian business culture, the world of the Bangalore entrepreneur. Through his experiences as a driver and servant to a wealthy Indian family, Balram writes a letter to the president of China, showcasing the contradictions and complications of Indian society. Don't miss this darkly comic tale of ambition and corruption.
Just watched The White Tiger on #Netflix. Had read the book of #Aravind #Adiga it is based on back in 2008 when it came out. Wonderful book, and wonderful movie. “You have spent years looking for the key, but the door was always open”. Strongly recommended. – source
Miguel Angel Santos2021-01-24T12:36:24.000Z
"Invisible Learning" uncovers the secrets of Harvard's most successful statistics course through the eyes of its students. Professor Dan Levy's inclusive teaching methods not only equip students with practical statistical skills but also make them feel valued and supported. This book offers a fascinating case study on the invisible bonds formed between students and teachers and how to use them to enhance learning. "Invisible Learning" answers the burning question on everyone's mind: "How does he do it?"
An inspiring book for all those that are passionate about teaching, documenting the ways and methods of @danmlevy, a great Venezuelan who leads the practice of innovation and excellence in teaching at the @Kennedy_School – source
Miguel Angel Santos2020-12-02T18:41:02.000Z
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