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Louis "Luigi" Borda, the 7th grade geography teacher who ran 100 miles from Philadelphia to Harrisburg to raise awareness for failing public education, has taken on the issue of funding gaps for athletic education and enlisted students, parents and teachers to raise money for his middle school's athletic program. For more information, please visit: http://www.NewsWorks.org. Video by Kimberly Paynter.
A local Michigan High School in Gladwin Michigan is setting the tone for where schools need to be going with education. Real food, community based agriculture, and entrepreneurialism. The botany class contains 60 or so students who learn to grow, and sell the plant starts to help fund the program. The school has been supportive of the plant sale for 16 years now and they are growing the program every year. The Teacher behind this amazing program is Mr. Chad Donahue. For more information check out their facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/GHS-MrDonahue-457981127611447/?fref=nf We need to start teaching kids where their food comes from, and the positive effects it can have on health, stress, attention, discipline, and the environment. We all can adopt this type of thinking, but if ...
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Learn more: www.basicfund.org The BASIC Fund (Bay Area Scholarships for Inner-City Children) is a privately funded program whose mission is to broaden the educational opportunities for inner-city children by helping low-income families afford the cost of tuition at private schools in the Bay Area. The program is available to students entering Kindergarten through eighth grade to attend private schools in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. The program provides scholarships to help families send their children to the private school of their choice. The BASIC Fund scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need.
The University of the Incarnate Word launched its Student Managed Fund in the fall of 2016, giving students at the H-E-B School of Business and Administration the opportunity to gain experience managing real-world investments. Visit www.uiw.edu/smf to learn more about the program.
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