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Week 26 - Proud

This time of year the word proud conjures up images of little children lining a parade route while waving little flags or of the night sky filled with fireworks.   170 more words

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Jonathan Safran Foer

I wanted to see this movie since I saw the first preview, but never did.  I found the book in a secondhand store and decided it would probably be a better read anyway, and it sat for months.   553 more words


Indie Summer Reading List: "Your Song"

Today a Walden boy named Maxx learns he has much in common with Skyler, a young eagle living in the Growing Field. This flying lesson teaches both of our young friends where to look when searching for unique gifts and talents in life. 155 more words

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An interlocution between teacher and student about what it means to teach social justice within the context of the study of history, government, and ethics. 2,732 more words


Indie Summer Reading List: "Dream Machine"

Attend the Walden carnival in the Growing Field and come face to face with Nightingale’s wondrous Dream Machine. This magical dream machine shows children how to dream big and how to make them come true as important leadership principles. 122 more words

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Ukraine's Eurointegration Strategy: "Give me money or I'll shoot myself"

June 20, 2015

Estonia’s President laughs at Ukraine’s demands: “Give me money, or I’ll shoot myself.”

Translated from Russian by J.Hawk

Estonia’s president Toomas Hendrik Ilves laughed at Ukrainians demanding EU membership for their country in the form of ultimatum: “if you don’t invite us to the EU, we won’t make reforms.” That’s what Estonia’s leader said during discussions at the GLOBSEC international security conference in Bratislava. 212 more words