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Inspirations To Girl-Child Education By Armstrong Ukwuoma
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This Inspirations To Girl-Child Education re-echoes the voices of well informed, educated, enlightened and liberated minds on the high importance of women and girl-child education. It reaffirms the... More > tested and proven facts that investing in women and girls' education has inexhaustible and boundless health, educational, social; economic and other developmental benefits, not only to the educated women and girls, but also to their families, communities, societies and the nation at large. It also showcases some women of substance whose education and achievements in various fields of human endeavour inspire investment in girls and women education. It calls on YOU to decide firmly today to discourage gender disparity in education; advance the right of women and the girl-child to equal access to education in Nigeria, invest in women and girl-child education and also enlighten and mobilize OTHERS to do so.< Less
In Love With The Girl-Child By Edeh Jonathan Onche
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-What would you do if you knew your Girl-child, another, or your daughter’s daughter doesn’t stand a chance of having a happy and fulfilled life? -What would you do to make the life of... More > the girl-child in your care better? -Would you do the same for a girl-child you don’t know, and have never met before? -How do you plan to go about this noble commitment? -Can we trust you to do the right thing? -By saying ‘Yes’ you have not only committed yourself, but your life and resources to this vision- In Love With The Girl-Child. -By saying ‘Yes’ you have also agreed to be transparent and accountable. -And by saying ‘Yes’ you have just signed up with me on making the world a better place for the girl-child- I say welcome on board.< Less
Hurdles: A Girl to Girl Guide to Puberty By Chelsey Holeman
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Puberty is often something dreaded by preteens worldwide, but it doesn't have to be scary at all! Hurdles: A Girl to Girl Guide to Puberty will put you at ease when it comes to the worries of growing... More > up. This book contains over 40 personal stories, advice and tips from women of all ages! The best way to feel comfort when going through puberty is to talk with other women who have gone through the same thing. Sometimes this can be tough to do at a young age, but this book helps break the ice!< Less
Poster Child: She Could Be You By Vernica Roberson, MS, NP-C
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More than 47,500 people were newly infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in 2010, and women accounted for approximately 9,500 of these new cases. It’s estimated that one in 139... More > American women will receive a diagnosis of HIV in her lifetime. In Poster Child: She Could Be You, author Vernica Roberson calls attention to this alarming trend. Roberson offers a collection of interviews with eight women affected by HIV—from a rowdy college girl to a pregnant mother living with her husband in a gated community. This group of mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and wives share their courageous and revealing stories and display an array of emotions as they deal with their new realities and the choices that led them there. Emotional and evocative, Poster Child: She Could Be You communicates the message that no one is immune. All women are at risk of contracting HIV, and it’s imperative they take the proper steps to educate and protect themselves from this deadly illness.< Less
Poster Child: She Could Be You By Vernica Roberson, MS, NP-C
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More than 47,500 people were newly infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in 2010, and women accounted for approximately 9,500 of these new cases. It’s estimated that one in 139... More > American women will receive a diagnosis of HIV in her lifetime. In Poster Child: She Could Be You, author Vernica Roberson calls attention to this alarming trend. Roberson offers a collection of interviews with eight women affected by HIV—from a rowdy college girl to a pregnant mother living with her husband in a gated community. This group of mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and wives share their courageous and revealing stories and display an array of emotions as they deal with their new realities and the choices that led them there. Emotional and evocative, Poster Child: She Could Be You communicates the message that no one is immune. All women are at risk of contracting HIV, and it’s imperative they take the proper steps to educate and protect themselves from this deadly illness.< Less
America: A Child's Common Sense View By David Wolfe
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America's social problems are not very complicated. Any intelligent child could provide reasonable answers to most of them. Perhaps if America accepted the solutions of Janie, a 12-year-old girl... More > could go down in history as the one who fixed what frustrates Americans most.< Less
Janie's Discovery: A lesson for the gifted child By Nicole Nigro
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This is a story about a gifted young girl who struggles with issues surrounding her giftedness
How To Home School your African American Child By Tina Clark
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This book is not only geared towards empowering the lives of African American children, but any child regardless of race or creed. I emphasize “African American” only because a mass... More > proportion of “our” history “our” people and “our” struggles and triumphs remain absent in most scholastic lessons undoubtfully, “we” people of color have overcome several injustices, but even in a nation where we now have a minority as Chief of Justice, it’s our young African American boys that continue to lead the highest population of dropouts, it’s our African American men that even at the age of 30 on 75% reads and comprehends at a eighth grade level, it’s our African American girls that formulate 65% of teenage pregnancies and we “Black women” continue to lead the highest numbers for sexually transmitted diseases. Children emulate what they see; they re-produce what they’ve learned.< Less
How To Home School your African American Child By Tina Clark
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This book is not only geared towards empowering the lives of African American children, but any child regardless of race or creed. I emphasize “African American” only because a mass... More > proportion of “our” history “our” people and “our” struggles and triumphs remain absent in most scholastic lessons undoubtfully, “we” people of color have overcome several injustices, but even in a nation where we now have a minority as Chief of Justice, it’s our young African American boys that continue to lead the highest population of dropouts, it’s our African American men that even at the age of 30 on 75% reads and comprehends at a eighth grade level, it’s our African American girls that formulate 65% of teenage pregnancies and we “Black women” continue to lead the highest numbers for sexually transmitted diseases. Children emulate what they see; they re-produce what they’ve learned.< Less
Tips for Busy Parents: Education in a Singapore School By Pin Lay Chi
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Every child is precious. This ebook is a simple guide for busy parents. Time is a precious commodity. Not everyone has the luxury of having time to attend a workshop, even if it is just a 3 hour... More > workshop. The materials for this ebook was compiled and revised from my workshop materials for “Education in a Singapore School”. I will share on education issues based primarily on my teaching experiences in four secondary schools. Many of the stories are from my experiences in two top schools, Nanyang Girls’ High(1998 - 2008) an all girls high school and St Joseph’s Institution(1991-2007), an all boys Catholic mission school. Let me start by asking you some questions. Do you know what are the four Cs of 21st Century learning? Why do many find studying in Singapore attractive? Are you aware of programmes like AEP? Prime? DSA? MEP? What are the types of secondary schools in Singapore? What is a specialised school?< Less