Tag: Education

This week, children across America are returning to school from the holiday break. Most are dreading it….except perhaps the students at Coleman Elementary. Based in inner city Baltimore, Coleman Elementary . . .

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It’s not easy being a girl – especially in Afghanistan. Due to deeply entrenched cultural and religious beliefs, Afghan females are widely viewed as subordinate to their male peers. As . . .

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Within days, March Madness will take over the United States. Sixty-eight teams will compete in the NCAA Basketball Championship—one of the most thrilling tournaments in college sports. But some people are . . .

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This Monday marked the 3 month anniversary of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapping in Nigeria. Orchestrated by Boko Haram, an Islamic Jihadist and terrorist organization, the event involved the kidnapping of . . .

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Last week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio released his much-anticipated preliminary budget.  As promised, he earmarked $530 million for universal pre-kindergarten (classroom programs for children under six). The commitment is . . .

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