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It's the millennial's fault, part 1. (Understanding the client's of tomorrow)

Every day you read “Trump is the downfall of America,” and 6 years earlier you heard the opposing side stating “Obama is the downfall of America,” but if you want to find common ground bring up the  738 more words

Morris Brown College 137th Founder’s Day Convocation

Author, Pastor and Servant Leader Dr. Walter L. Kimbrough, Sr. to Keynote

The speaker for the Morris Brown College 137th Founders’ Day Convocation scheduled noon, Friday, March 23, 2018 at Flipper Temple AME Church will have to find ways to encourage attendees to… 868 more words



I had a good day today.

My Tutor was in good form,

and seemed pleased with my progress.

He made a point of telling me that he was pleased with the lesson as he was leaving, 111 more words

A Two-Fer On Education’s Newest Realities

From yesterday’s inbox…

ISTE Resources View in browser Become an AR, VR pro! Augmented, virtual and mixed realities are making their way into classrooms, and not just for student consumption.
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Only directions you need are South By Southwest.

So you survived South By Southwest in Austin Tx. What was your favorite part? What did you do? Did you catch morning shows, midday shows or late shows, or all day partying? 176 more words


STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 41 Wilmington Students Make Honor Roll At Austin Prep

READING, MA — Congratulations to the 41 Wilmington students who made the Second Quarter Honor Roll for the 2017-2018 school year at Austin Prep.

DISTINCTION (All A’s) 136 more words


NPR News: Forget Wealth And Neighborhood. The Racial Income Gap Persists

Forget Wealth And Neighborhood. The Racial Income Gap Persists
A new study finds that the gap is actually largest in America’s wealthiest neighborhoods, challenging widely-held beliefs about the relative impacts of class and race on life outcomes.

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