The Life of John Sole
John Sole is a Service Learning Master Teacher, educational and school design consultant, charter school specialist and videographer who has been instrumental in the implementation of project-based learning throughout Philadelphia and beyond for over two decades.
John was also the School District of Philadelphia’s Service Learning Specialist, helping teachers implement hands-on projects into their classrooms. Through these endeavors, John has had the privilege of engaging tens of thousands of students nationwide in these collaborative efforts.
Early Life and Education
John sole was born on May 20, 1806 in Pentonville, London to Harriett Barrow and James Mill. He received an exceptional education from various teachers including Dugald Stewart.
He attended a dame school, Latin school and Harvard College. After three years at the university, he graduated and went on to work as a clerk for the East India Company in London.
He remained in England for several more years before moving to Canada where he lived with his mother and two sisters in Quebec City, Quebec. Unfortunately, he was then required to serve the country that fought against him during the Revolutionary War as a British subject and was ultimately sent to jail.
His tenure in Congress has seen him champion many of America’s greatest assets–from a stronger social security system to lower drug prices and an equitable tax code for those wrongfully convicted of crimes. He has worked to ensure these initiatives become reality.
John has exhibited a mastery of negotiation, having secured significant victories on issues from research and development to righting wrongs. His most recent accomplishment was procuring Pratt & Whitney as the exclusive supplier of engines for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter – keeping this historic city on the cutting edge of manufacturing for years to come. At home, John champions local businesses; The First District is now home to many vibrant hubs for innovation and entrepreneurship thanks to John’s efforts.
Achievements and Honors
John sole made major contributions to labor economics, education and public service. His research is widely cited and offers insightful perspectives into a variety of topics.
He has been an influential leader in labor economics as President of the Society for Labor Economics (SOLE). Additionally, he has pioneered research on unions – a crucial topic in labor economics.
The AAG offers Honors to recognize outstanding achievements by members in research and scholarship, teaching, education, service to the discipline and lifetime achievement. As an association dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion, AAG strongly encourages nominations from people who may be underrepresented geographically – such as women, trans/non-binary peoples and underrepresented minority groups.
John Fluevog, author of Fluevog: 50 Years of Unique Soles for Unique Souls, is a self-described “rock star cool” shoe designer who shies away from discussing his struggles with dyslexia. However, John serves as an inspiring role model to anyone hoping to build a successful career in fashion or other creative fields.
He’s an enthusiastic car enthusiast and credits his love of them with inspiring him to develop a design sense. That’s why you’ll find him surrounded by old ads, vintage photos and posters in this book.
His mission is to “inspire everyone with the belief that anyone can live a meaningful and rewarding life,” from ditch diggers to rock stars. Along the way, he shares plenty of wisdom.
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John Schneider has recently been involved in legal and financial troubles, yet his net worth is estimated to be approximately $200 thousand. This includes a property in Louisiana as well as several low-budget movies and television shows that he produces.