The commitment of young people, I believe, is our greatest resource. Through the Peace Corps, VISTA, the Northern Student Movement, and hundreds of other voluntary groups, we have discovered that students can teach other students, and that our elaborate formal certification and advancement procedures may not be the only accurate means of determining who can teach—and teach well. Young men and women, sometimes without a college degree, have taught—and are teaching—in every part of the world, including our own cities. They have taught well, and they have learned in the process. Having learned that such a young American, with the desire to serve and to teach, can do successfully in Thailand or in Ghana, may we not anticipate that he might be equally successful in Philadelphia or Baltimore? If our commitment is large enough, our resources are limitless.