I remember when Princess Di was alive and one of her passions was landmine removal. I remember hearing about all the mines left in Europe from World War II and how farmers are still finding them and I kinda wondered where else would all these land mines be that she was so concerned about and… Read More Mining Land
I just received an email that list the following scholarships. I really do think this has been floating the ‘net for a while, so I cannot promise all the links will work. And while I love doing this, I don’t love it enough to check all these links. 1) BELL LABS FELLOWSHIPS FOR UNDER REPRESENTED… Read More Scholarships 2008
From vivirlatino.com an interesting article on female YAs in Chiles and Newsweeks misinterpretation of the culture.
School Library Journal’s blog has an article which details how schools are letting minority students fall through the cracks when it comes to getting into college. From my own experience, I’d say the article is on point. We can so easily forget that most of our students are first generation college grads (heck, many are… Read More The Devil’s in the Details
Grants are available to support innovative classroom projects for low-income students.The Jordan Fundamentals Grant Program, named for hoops legend Michael Jordan, supports teachers who inspire low-income students to succeed. Teachers in grades 1-12 in schools where at least half of the students qualify for free or reduced school lunches can apply in one of… Read More Jordan Fundamental Grant