Tag Archives: education

Teaching

To teach is to transform, and when you transform someone, it ripples throughout their life. Women are the primary educators in the home, and when you help a woman, she helps her child, and her child helps their child.”  Positively … Continue reading

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‘Subminimum’ Pay for Disabled Workers

I’m writing to correct inaccuracies in a letter to the editor from John Lemus, advocacy coordinator of AtWork! [“People with disabilities: End subminimum wages,” March 28, Opinion]. I am the executive director of Artisans, a Spokane-based nonprofit that provides employment support … Continue reading

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The Cut

When you cut out a period , or a people , you change the culture. And there’s no right version or wrong history. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry About college Until High School

Your child will probably get into college even if they haven’t become the best violin player in your time zone by second grade. Parents may try to convince you otherwise, but only because someone already convinced them. Childhood and adolescence are times … Continue reading

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HBCU Change

The country’s Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) face financial challenges, but a new app simplifies the process of supporting them. HBCU Change allows you to link credit and debt cards to the platform. With each purchase, the app rounds … Continue reading

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