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This month, our newsletter centers around celebrating the children in our midst. Too often, adults discount kids as immature and not capable of tackling social change, however history is showing us that they stand up for what they believe in...
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Nine years have passed since UNESCO inaugurated ­October 5, 1994, as the first World Teachers' Day. This year, 92 countries around the world will commemorate the teaching profession's contribution to educating the children of the world. The theme is "Teachers—Opening...
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This month I’m going to veer away from our normal newsletters to discuss something personally important to me: Lupus. May 10th marks World Lupus Day, a day on which we focus attention on the 1 in 1000 people suffering from...
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Winter weather may be a distant memory, but don't take the sunshine for granted. April marks the celebration of Earth Day, and though it may be relegated to a singular day, let's challenge ourselves to make every day Earth Time....
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