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Eliza Buckley 25 Apr 17
What is power, who has it and how do you share it?
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Wish I Was Here 10 Jul 14
Tweet us back with a photo/song/piece of art of what defined your childhood.
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Emily Liebtag, Ed.D. Mar 7
My belief that place and community should be at the heart of learning was seeded by my students. We designed a garden, grew our own food, and connected to place. Oyinka, Yessenia, and James taught me the and how to lead with empathy — not ego.
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Rural Schools Collab Mar 25
We’re so excited to be a part of the new book The : Authentic Learning Through Place-Based Education. Order your copy today!
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Anna Hartley 25 Apr 17
One of the most interesting conferences I have been to
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Wish I Was Here 16 Jul 14
Share a photo, a song- anything you want- that embodies the most powerful moment of your adolescence.
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Clare Wightman 25 Apr 17
Struck by 'the power of proximity' as we talk . Change is triggered by the right relationships and encounters i reckon!
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julian dobson 25 Apr 17
What do we mean by place-based working? Plenty of ideas around
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Jennifer Keesmaat Jul 7
High-growth companies flock to neighbourhoods that are dense, diverse, walkable and connected by transit into the larger region. Cities and regions seeking to attract employment growth are wise to focus on fostering these characteristics.
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Be_Noble 24 Jan 19
I hate the story that people are losing trust in charities. Looking at the , 78% of people feel it should benefit charities. I’d go further, it should go to local charities who can support local environmental projects.
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Matt Leach 25 Apr 17
We need to fund places not projects: blog from me ahead of today’s conference
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Dr Sandra Austin Apr 15
Torc waterfall in full spate this evening
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CATHERINE Constantinides 24 Nov 18
Waking up on Feeling truly blessed & filled with gratitude for the most remarkable 3 days here
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Martin Redfern 25 Apr 17
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Clint Key 3 Mar 16
Median household net worth in low-pov neighborhoods: $277k. High-poverty? $7k
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UK Community Foundations 29 Oct 18
As a network we supported 5,100 individuals and 16,000 organisations in 2017/18. That's definitely giving the UKCF staff some . We're making a huge impact all over the UK at a local level. 👏👏
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PeterRyanIreland Sep 17
Thanks to Ambassador Burgess & colleagues, NZTE & Callaghan Innovation Delegation - great to join Minister Pat Breen, Deputy Pat Deering TD, IFA President Joe Healy & the one & only Anna May McHugh as well as EI colleagues at
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CoLab Dudley 25 Apr 17
Insights around place, spaces & welcome emerging from our work over the last 3 months to add to convo
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Michelle Corrigan 25 Apr 17
A great read for all my fellow councillors
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CATHERINE Constantinides 24 Nov 18
We must never ever forget where we have come from. What was sacrificed for us to be where we are now and we need to stand United in our diversity and differences to move towards a vision that serves all people of this great nation.
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