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Bilingual in Chile: An Impossible Dream?

Bilingual in Chile: An Impossible Dream? Bilingual in Chile: An Impossible Dream? [Kindle Edition] Book Description Publication Date: October 30, 2012 “We have some of the most advanced commercial accords in the world, but that is not enough,” Sergio Bitar, … Continue reading

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The Last Shot: A Season Like No Other: 1980 Luxora Panthers [Paperback]

The Last Shot: A Season Like No Other: 1980 Luxora Panthers [Paperback] Thomas Jerome Baker (Author) “The Last Shot” is told from my point of view. Yet, in a larger sense, it’s a story that makes the effort to keep … Continue reading

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Selena Gomez Asks: Can I Be Your Girlfriend? Dream Out Loud!

Selena Gomez: “Dress up. Dress down. Dream out loud.” Selena Gomez asks: “Can I be your girl-friend?” Keep dreaming… 🙂 Take a look at Selena as she meets fans in Philly and Chicago during her Dream Out Loud K-Mart signing. … Continue reading

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A Leadership Moment: An Interview with Chilean Mining Minister Laurence Golborne

LAURENCE GOLBORNE was the current Energy and Mining Minister of Chile in the Government of President Sebastián Piñera. In his role, Mr. Golborne oversaw the 2010 Copiapó mining accident rescue operations. His management of the rescue operation resulted in him … Continue reading

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Music from Finland: “Dreaming Wide Awake” by Poets of the Fall

Too late, the melody is over The joke seems to be on me cos I’m the one not laughing Down here on the floor Deflate, the mystery of living In the most heartless fashion I could ever Imagine No pretense … Continue reading

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Mrs. Johnson: The Best Teacher I Ever Had

The best teacher I ever had was my first grade teacher, Mrs. Sarah Johnson. She also was my mother’s first grade teacher, my brother’s first grade teacher, and my sisters’ first grade teacher. Mrs. Sarah Johnson is, was, and always … Continue reading

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A Lesson From The Best: A Trinity of Top Public Schools

Best Practices in Public Education, everyone is interested in knowing what the best schools are doing. What are students doing? How are they doing it? Why not let the students themselves tell the story? Check out the videos produced by … Continue reading

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How To Win…Anything! Your Name Can Be On This Check!

What makes a winner, a winner? Luck? Skill? Ability? What’s the secret? How do you win, anything? Try this quote, attributed to Confucious: “He who says he can, and he who says he can’t, are both usually right.” What do … Continue reading

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Goal 10: Plant A Seed of Belief #30Goals: The Little Drummer Boy

I just watched Shell Terrell on an amazing video for this Goal, number 10. I admit that it was very touching, and inspiring, to hear her testimony of what faith could do, can do, and has done, not only for … Continue reading

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Crazy English: I Wanna Speak Perfect English

In my last post, the sheer size of the numbers involved were mind boggling. China has a population of 1.4 Billion people, for example. Where do you put 1.4 Billion people? Where do they all live? What happens if those … Continue reading

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