I didn’t want to become my mother, so I actively avoided becoming a mother at all until it was too late.
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D.C.’s Teacher of the Year for 2015 is Jennifer Ramacciotti, an eighth-grade math teacher at KIPP DC-Aim Academy. The George Washington University graduate spent her first two years in the classroom as a Teach for America fellow in Philadelphia and then came back to the District to teach at the KIPP school in Ward 8. Read full article >>
Diego Acosta López wanted to see what it was like when his son, Ignacio — just shy of 2 — visited New York City for the first time.
Announcing six winners and six runners-up in our December 2014 contest. Thank you teachers and students!
She goes to school with her great-great grandchildren.Ninety-year-old Priscilla Sitienei attends Leaders Vision Preparatory School in Ndalat, Kenya, wearing a blue school uniform and green jumper, and participating in math, English, physical education, dance, drama and singing, according to this report by the BBC. Some of her classmates their lives to her, in a sense: she serves as a midwife in Ndalat and helped deliver them.Read full article >>
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Students playing in all 22 sports at Virginia Tech who get athletic scholarships will have all the costs of attending college covered, beyond tuition, housing, meals and books, director of athletics Whit Babock announced.Read full article >>