Dr. Hubert Kleinpeter, international educator, author and researcher of the social sciences. He holds a B.A., Government, and a M.S., Social Science, and a Ph.D., Foundations of Education, Social Science, with a Graduate Certificate in Educational Policy, from Florida State University. He holds an Honorary Model Teacher Credential, and a Foreign Expert Certificate from the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, the People's Republic of China.
He served as a senior researcher and liaison for the University of Miami to the Florida Governor's Office. He served as the principle researcher and author of the first socio-ethnographic doctorate dissertation on the difficult lives of abandoned children; and He taught sociology and research methods at Florida A & M University, and the social sciences of education at Florida State University.
He resides in China where He serves as an expert advisor and educator with the Mantis Institute an international advisory group dedicated to education as an agency of human development utilizing comparative policies and practices based on social science research and administrative practices for effective, collaborative teaching and learning among students, faculty and administrators.
His publications, commentaries on the social psychology of modern society, presents a mix of observations interpreted by the social sciences, cultural and religious views to explain and give meaning to enduring paradoxes created by their own devices. As an ethicist, the provocateur spirit is felt throughout his writings concerning societal barriers to the implementation of rational and ethical policies in education as the basis for improving the human condition. His publications have drawn international interest and reside at the Bodleian Social Science Library at the University of Oxford, and the Cambridge University Library.