Monthly Archives: October 2016

Warsan Shire’s “Home”

Reflection On Warsan Shire’s “Home” The first time I read even a line of Warsan Shire’s poem, Home, I was captivated by the images it provoked. I had been listening to the stories and watching the videos of refugees fleeing...
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Greg John’s Notes From the Playground

I must have read “Trumpet” half a dozen times, trying to find the words to describe it. What is it about Oswaldo’s story that captivates me so? I think that given our challenging times, this improbable story caught my imagination...
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World Teachers’ Day

Many thanks to all the fabulous teachers around the world who give so much each and every day! In honor of World Teachers’ Day – we invite you to consider sending a thank you letter to a special teacher in...
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