Services

Kent Bicknell is well qualified in three distinct but overlapping fields:

  1. EDUCATION, especially in helping small independent schools, including with strategic planning and accreditation processes

  2. SCHOLARSHIP on the New England Transcendentalists, including research, interpretation, appraisals and building collections

  3. PUBLIC SPEAKING/PRESENTATIONS on #1 and #2 and how they intersect

On the bleachers with friends on the New Hampton School campus circa 1951-52. Kent, suspenders and all, is on the far left. His brothers, Stuart and David, are on the far right. His bulldog, Mugsy, is front right.  CLICK ON IMAGE FOR MORE ON LIFE ON A CAMPUS

On the bleachers with friends on the New Hampton School campus circa 1951-52. Kent, suspenders and all, is on the far left. His brothers, Stuart and David, are on the far right. His bulldog, Mugsy, is front right.

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Ralph Waldo Emerson notes Henry Thoreau’s success as a school teacher in 1841. “ Mr. Thoreau…had 40 scholars & might have reopened his school with 45.”  Thoreau stopped to care for his brother, John.  CLICK ON IMAGE FOR COMPLETE LETTER

Ralph Waldo Emerson notes Henry Thoreau’s success as a school teacher in 1841. “Mr. Thoreau…had 40 scholars & might have reopened his school with 45.” Thoreau stopped to care for his brother, John.

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A captive audience at Motithang Higher Secondary School in Thimphu, Bhutan, 11 March, 2011 during Kent’s time working with the Bhutan Ministry of Education.  Click here for a transcript of his talk .   CLICK ON IMAGE FOR MORE ON CONSULTING IN BHUTAN

A captive audience at Motithang Higher Secondary School in Thimphu, Bhutan, 11 March, 2011 during Kent’s time working with the Bhutan Ministry of Education. Click here for a transcript of his talk.

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