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Pensioner And Wife Take Exam For Kids In Delta - 

A 66-year-old retired federal civil servant, Fredrick Omorieve and his wife, Evelyn Omorieve, have been arrested by the police in Asaba, Delta State, for allegedly sitting examinations for two of their children. 251 more words


The last day and all the days to come

Guys, it is OVER!!!

Ten months after the promising start, this time-consuming and inspiration-draining abomination is over! Of course I am exaggerating a bit, but I want to state it clearly and unambiguously that I am feeling more than happy that the photography course is already a history. 475 more words


Work Stories - Progress?

Thought I’d share this today ..


It’s a beautifully graphic read and although the outcome was predictable, it still had me a little choked. 926 more words



Baltimore Sun: “For the first time in the history of the school lunch program, all children in Baltimore are created equal. Beginning this week, every student in the city, regardless of income level, is being offered free breakfast and lunch under a federal program that allows school districts to eliminate a decades-old meal-subsidy structure for students in high-poverty schools.” 108 more words


Why did you become an educator?

I started reading a new book yesterday and to say the least I am excited!!!!!!!!! One of the questions the book asks in the first chapter (of course I’m on ch. 127 more words

Shining The Light At School

We're All in Myth Together

I am so excited to hear that my article, “We’re All in Myth Together” has been published in Culture and Psyche, the Jung Journal of San Francisco! 64 more words

Path Work

Beloved Concord School Teacher, Cancer Survivor Honored With $10,000 Education Award

CONCORD (CBS SF) — A Bay Area teacher who has overcome a long battle with cancer got the surprise of a lifetime from her students this week, who were the ones to tell her she had won a prestigious award recognizing her commitment to them. 263 more words