Richard Hawley

Richard Hawley, Ph.D., was for thirty-seven years a teacher, counselor, coach, and then headmaster of University School, a college preparatory school in Cleveland, Ohio. He is the founding president of the International Boys’ Schools Coalition and has lectured widely on youth and school-related issues in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and Australia. The author of sixteen books, including The Headmaster’s Papers and Boys Will Be Men: Masculinity in Troubled Times, he lives in Vermont.

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A call to reconsider the place of boys in the family, schools, and community institutions that rob them of their inborn vitality and creativity • Argues that boys have a unique free-spirit nature and that efforts to alter or suppress it lead to profound unhappiness, pathology, or startling compulsions • Demands another approach to societal expectations, one that values and promotes the daring creativity of boys Richard Hawley’s many years as headmaster of a boys’ school...

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