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I recently celebrated my quarter-of-a-century birthday, and although that probably doesn't seem like much, I feel like I've been through a whirlwind. The last five years have made me grow up a little faster than I had anticipated.
When Erin Fitzgerald completed her student teaching in an inner-city fifth-grade classroom, she noticed a big opportunity that was being missed: hands-on learning of science, math, and technology. A lack of supplies available was preventing teachers from getting students involved in the kinds of real-world, active projects that could “actually
Karen Sokorai grew up attending Philadelphia’s public schools, and now, as a teacher at an inner-city elementary school in the city, she’s giving back to the school system that brought her up. “My passion in life is to travel, and I want to foster a love of reading in my
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