“How May I Serve You,” represents a bright beacon of hope on ways to solve the numerous problems plaguing America’s educational programs, reaching beyond the walls of schools and reform. The book shares a story inside a story because the brain and heart are attracted to and learn from patterns, emotions, shared perspectives and thoughts discovered inside the stories we share. Story-telling is familiar and a common denominator in all of our lives. We tell them, we read them, we listen to them and we make them up; and sometimes the power of a shared story is enough to reshape and redirect a perspective that broadens our view of life and all its possibilities….