Human Factor Leadership Academy (HFLA) Elementary School Education Program
Since 1992, the leadership of the International Institute for Human Factor Development (IIHFD) has concetrated its effort and resources on the human factor concept and philosophy of education and development. The primary intent of the academic research program of the IIHFD is to create and develop education programs with the primary purpose of producing men and women who will be effective leaders in their own countries.
To achieve the objective of nation building, we believe that leaders of any country must develop principle-centered citizens who are fully equipped to build, manage, establish, and develop democratic institutions that are required for the creation of a viable civil society. Any community whose members desire to build a harmonious principle-centered civil society must pursue education programs that are aimed at improving the quality of their own human factor.
The philosophy that underscores the education program at the HFLA—Elementary School is aimed at producing courageous and principle-centered leaders. The grooming of this caliber of leaders is carried out through what we refer to as Transformational Develoment Education (See Senyo Adjibolosoo, 2005. The Human Factor in Leadership Effectiveness. Mustang, OK: Tate Publishing; Senyo Adjibolosoo, 1999. Rethinking Development Theory and Policy: A Human Factor Critique. Wesport, CT: Praeger; and Senyo Adjibolosoo, 1995. The Human Factor in Developing Africa. Wesport, CT: Praeger. The education program at the HFLA—Elementary School is aimed at the production of leaders who grow in and possess positive qualities of the human factor.
Our Vision and Mission
Our vision at the HFLA is to improve the quality of the human factor. This vision focuses on guiding our students to grow in knowledge as well as mature in spiritual principles and moral virtues. Our graduates are educated and guided to hone the positive qualities of the human factor. At the HFLA—Elementary School, our belief is that every human being can become a better person in relation to principle-centeredness. We are committed in our diverse education programs to assisting the students to grow as honest and compassionate leaders.
HFLA—Elementary School Curriculum
This curriculum is based on the Trivium and Quadrivium
Levels of Education
There are four integrated levels of academic education program of activities at the HFLA—Elementary School. These are:
That which underscores the HFLA—Elementary School Education curriculum is made up of the elements of the Quadrangle of Hope—Love, Grace, Compassion, and Forgiveness.