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Wrap your head around this because at this rate … they WILL be gone forever! “North of Zimbabwe, in central Africa, an estimated 23,000 elephants, or roughly 60 each day, were killed last year. 56 more words


Curriculum Evaluation Using Tyler’s Goal Attainment Model or Objectives-Centered Model

By: Shaaban Kitindi Fundi

In this paper I will describe the Tyler model while emphasizing its evaluative component. I will use the DeKalb County Science Curriculum in my analysis. 1,584 more words


Danish raiders in World War 1

A post-concert (JS Bach’s St John Passion in English at St Mary Abbott, Kensington) chat with viol player Jenny Bullock brought to mind the Danes and their involvement in African wars. 366 more words


Africa is a living university for mankind

In Western Tanzania tribes of wandering foragers called Hadza eat a diet of roots, berries, and game. According to a new study, their guts are home to a microbial community unlike anything that’s been seen before in a modern human population — providing, perhaps, a snapshot of what the human gut microbiome looked like before our ancestors… 96 more words


Happy Easter!

Another extract from our team blog that I helped write

Hello everyone! We hope you are all well

First things first, we all want to say a massive joyful thank you to everyone who read the blog last week and decided to contribute some money to our projects! 961 more words