Since 2002, the Images of Women in the Media class at Spelman College has been sharing their understanding of how the media impacts the self-esteem of young girls with the local community. This year the subject is "the selfie" or how to navigate the often unhealthy approaches to self-representation depicted in the media. We hope you will join us.
[A]echelon-- a level of authority or responsibility, an arrangement of a body of troops with its units
each somewhat to the left or right of the one in the rear like a series
of steps, literally the rung of a ladder . . . Merriam Webster
Aechelon Educational Services LLC offers
consulting for College and Secondary education professionals. Dedicated
to converting ideas into action, we offer services in assessment
measures, curriculum development and communication. Since 2007,
Aechelon has partnered with schools, churches and community
organizations to improve the delivery of information and strengthen the
commitment of administrators, faculty, staff, students and parents in
making American education synonymous with excellence.
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Since 2008 Aechelon has partnered with the Spelman College English Department to bring you the following annual event.
Why an Echelon?
We thought the multifaceted, multidimensional, and multi-dynamic meaning of an echelon typified the level of service we offer. Birds and planes fly best in the half-diamond formation of an echelon because of its maximum utilization of wind resistance. They fly higher, faster, and farther because the shape of the echelon affords them this ability.
Military troops are often arranged in an echelon or in diagonal lines either to the left or right of a central point or command person because of the range of vision and support its shape offers.
An echelon is literally a rung in a ladder, each rung is significant and important because of its position with respect to the others. The middle rung is just as important as the first rung and the last. In our business, it reminds us that we are team players who have a greater goal and purpose which is always higher than our individual selves.