Tag: education

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Dear You (yea, you reading this),      130 million girls are out of school right now. If they were a country, they would make up the world’s 10th largest – bigger than Japan or Germany.That’s an obscene amount of untapped potential.These girls deserve the same chance to get an education as all of us. I…




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You’ve probably noticed how the artistic community has taken up arms over this most recent scandal in a Wells Fargo ad campaign. The implied message that being a dancer, actor, musician, or artist is all fine and good for the extra curricular section of your college application, but an unworthy profession has struck a very negative chord…




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Assuming responsibility for our own thoughts is  very important. If we really want to see peace in the world we need to intend peace for everything in our reality. If we really want to see abundance in the world, then we need to intend it for everyone. If we really want to enjoy loving relationships,…




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PsychPerspectives This quote means so much, for so many. So many struggle to express their ideas, theories, knowledge and beliefs. These people are often held back by others, but also themselves. Anxiety and fear prevent us from having an impact. Your words and ideas may be profoud. You just have to make yourself feel momentarily…




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My current education path for the time being is a degree in the Spanish language. Some of people might ask, what is the use in that? What could you possibly use that for? Well, the straightforward answer is, I want to be bilingual. Short and simple. There are financial benefits to it of course as…




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Did you ever have a teacher who cared for you when no one else did? Jok Church tells a short, moving story of the teacher who sheltered him as a young gay teen and helped him grow — and how, many years later, he and his partner had the privilege of returning the favor.




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Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.