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A Word About Commitment

Good day my 20-something sisters! I pray all is well and increasing in your lives. There is a leading to encourage you today concerning your act of commitment, 267 more words


“Grades Aren’t Everything”, a British Principal’s Letter Got Forwarded Over and Over Again

This principal wrote a letter to ALL of the sixth graders, translated…

The Letter to Sixth Graders: Each and every one of you is special, they don’t understand you…there are so many ways you can become smarter. 501 more words


Education in the News Weekly Roundup: July 14th-18th

StateImpact reports that “alarming allegations” had been made against the Concept Schools Horizon Science Academy in Dayton, Ohio. Allegations include racism, sexism, and allowing sexual misconduct to continue without intervention. 139 more words

This Week In Education


With just three simple sentences and 12 single words, late tennis great Arthur Ashe leaves a powerful message for adults and children alike. The most powerful part of his message is that whatever we do, it’s all up to – YOU.

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Three encouraging and freeing things I've realized this summer.

1.  After trying lots of new ideas at school last year–some of which I liked and some of which I didn’t–I finally realized that I need to teach the way that suits me best, the way that best utilizes my strengths and my passions, and not worry about what works best for other people.   557 more words


New Program for Summer Elementary Aged Children

Vacation Liberty School, a new program for your elementary aged summer program. It teaches the history of the founding of our nation in an interactive and fun way for ages 5-10, and runs about 20 hours. 55 more words

Activities To Do With Children

Celebrating Independence is Nearly as Important as ..... Christmas?

This is 3rd in our series on Independence Day. Today, a quote from John Quincy Adams. Look for a forthcoming workbook on civics from upper elementary and junior high students. 313 more words