Take the Lunch Money Challenge #FeedADream

This is a sponsored post. We hear about students who skip school or drop out, those who disrupt classes, or reject doing schoolwork.  But there are children who yearn to attend school, who have to fight poverty, community and religious beliefs. And when they are hard at work learning, some pass out because they don’t have enough food to eat. The World Food Program USA The World Food Program USA who ran the Fill The Cup program in the past, is doing something to help children in poor countries get to school and stay there. Home Grown School Meals is a major part of this much needed … [Read more...]

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Math Tutoring Online

Math tutoring online is a solution to busy moms like me. If your child is having trouble with math instead of bringing them to a tutoring site, or having them stay for after-school tutoring, why not take advantage of online math tutoring? Imagine having help available all day and every day and not having to drive or wait while your child is learning. You can give this online math help a try for free too. There's a free demo offered by TutorVista. Then pay $99 per month for the service. Besides the 24/7 assistance, there is one on one personal service using voice on your computer. There's … [Read more...]

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Become A Teacher Online

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of USC. All opinions are 100% mine. I've always wanted to be a teacher. When I started college way back when I was going to major in Exceptional Education but then I got side tracked with Social Work. Going back to school online is a viable option for me and others like me who don't have time to go to school full time due to family responsibilities or career. The University of Southern California Rossier School of Education provides a Master of Arts in Education for both aspiring teachers and current teachers and it's done online. Here's … [Read more...]

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World AIDS Day

Today, December 1st is National AIDS Day. Learn what you can do to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS, to help those diagnosed with AIDS, to raise awareness and to raise money for prevention and treatment. Let's join together and find a cure. … [Read more...]

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First School Week Ends

This first week of school is over and it flew by. It felt like I blinked my eyes and it was done. Samantha is enjoying her time in fifth grade and really likes her teacher. That makes things easy. It's actually very rare that she doesn't like her teacher as she can get along fine with almost anyone. She's not too happy with strict teachers, but she understands the logic behind being strict. She loves humorous and caring teachers. Her teacher this year is a young woman who has good control over the class and does some unusual activities with her class. She even lets Samantha call her … [Read more...]

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