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Education, Girl Power, Parents, Taking a Stand, Teen Girls / October 6, 2017

Girl Power: Helping the Girl-Child build Her Muscles for Self Expression

 Let’s talk Girl power, though used loosely in the 21st century, the term ushered in the celebration of women’s empowerment and independence,  and was first recorded used in 1967 by the Riot Grrrl an underground feminist punk movement in the 1990’s, the Grrrl having its origins in Washington state, and Washington, DC, some have called it a musical genre they addressed issues such as rape, abuse, sexuality, patriarchy and empowerment. But “Girl Power” found a permanent home in the 1996 musical girl group called the Spice Girls and their audience, there it blossomed and the…

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Parents, Schools, Single Parent, Teachers, Under-Respresented, Working Familes / September 29, 2017

The One Tip Parents Need To Be More Engaged Next School Year

 The One Tip Parents Need To Be More Engaged Next School Year “Parents don’t know what they don’t know – The Early Learning Lab”JUST START.Start with any of the ideas below or find new ones; no one way is right, It does not matter where you are starting from, the school really wants you to just start.Ask questions, makes suggestions but most importantly be a part of your child’s learning experience – because we only have them for so long.In Columbia, Maryland a 50th anniversary birthday celebration, a dialogue about diversity and inclusion…

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