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HADI Foundation 6h
Children with an early start in learning are less likely to drop out, & more likely to do well in school.
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Reese Dec 14
help keep our youth in school!!
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Moonlight Bae♡ 6h
Hey y’all, I’m trying to raise money for my alternative breaks trip! We are going to Chicago to help children develop their writing skills in low income neighborhoods! Anything helps!! Please spread this around! 💞
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Adam Marz Dec 14
Let’s work to have better education!
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Monica Patel 29m
May the agents of change multiply until we are able to bring services to the last mile. access for all.
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Abdul Malik Khatian 11h
Be Rady Larkana for BigBash(Comming Soon) .
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Abikar Hussein Dec 14
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Maths Success Point (MSP-Science Group) Dec 14
"If you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation."
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R Graham Oliver 9h
Putting the learner first is sheer hypocrisy if schooling is firstly about jobs and behaviour, rather than equipping them for mastery over their own lives
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Don Domenico Dec 15
I love when professors who are in their mids 50s tell their students that a higher degree is worth it. Funny how they are the same professors that are still in debt from their own education. The blind are leading the blind.
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Micah Jayne Grimshaw 6h
This night still blows my mind. Thank you again and Helena Kennedy, and all the lovely people we met on this night!
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Dorin Adenekan Dec 4
Yes💡 Brenda made it to the Future Awards Africa 2018 nominees list. 🎷👏 #🇨🇦 #🇳🇬
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Andrew O'Brien Music Dec 3
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Momina Sohail Dec 5
This is Kandahar, where the overall literacy rate fell to just 7% in 2011. More than 50 schools have been attacked this year alone. The smallest steps are sometimes the most important.
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Down Syndrome IRL Dec 5
Congratulations to on become the first person with Down Syndrome to be awarded an honorary doctorate of Law during The University of Nottingham's Faculty of Arts' graduation ceremony on December 12. 👏☺️💜
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Project Hello World Dec 10
Katrin has been brushing up Her expedition first aid with in preparation for Hello World in Nepal next month.
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Darlington Nuwertey Dec 4
If it must be done, then it must be done well, the onus of proof lies on us to change the narrative of the average African child. That's why I love what and do through their reading clinics and book donations.
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CryoAnna Dec 5
Are you a professional from Nepal, Myanmar or Pakistan with leadership experience? How about a master's degree in Sweden? 300 Fully Funded Swedish Institute Scholarships and a great number of STEM programs available.
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Body Interact Dec 11
Why use to empower your clinical ? Big range of specialties/scenarios available, different difficulty levels, updated guidelines, 100% safe environment, and your patient responds just like in real life. 🎓
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Gabrielle d'Ayr Dec 15
And then they can only get a job at McDonald's earning a minimum wage that doesn't allow them to survive, or pay off their debts. We must do better.
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