Overlooked Civil Rights Leaders During slavery, Reconstruction and the Civil Rights Movement, Black women endured segregation, discrimination, white terrorism and verbal abuse. Women were just as involved in the Civil Rights Movement as men. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. ….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr

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I know that, as the parent, I am responsible to keep us all sane (myself included), & I’ve learned the hard way that I need a “back to school sanity plan.” It’s never too soon to plan….read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. ….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr.

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All the brown hues are missing from the imaginary crayon boxes of todays children’s book writers, a recent study has shown. Of the 3,200 children’s books published in 2013, only 93 featured Black people, less than three percent. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. …..Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr.

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When it comes to special-needs parenting, meeting other people online can make the difficult days easier. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because. …Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr

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Finding activities for your child during the summer can be difficult and having a child with autism can make the task more challenging. Within this short article you can read about four ways to find them. Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because….Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr

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Thanks to Governor Dannel “Dan” Malloy and his Commissioner of Education, Stefan Pryor, Connecticut’s charter school industry has been sucking up tens of millions of dollars in public funds that could have been going to help Connecticut’s real problems….Read, learn, explore and form your own opinion because…..Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr

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A Letter to First-Year Teachers

Posted: July 9, 2014 in Scoop.it

If you are reading this blog, you just survived your first year as a teacher. Congratulations! School is out, summer calls and the beach beckons, but your work isn’t over… not yet! …..Read, learn and explore this article and form your own opinion because…..Knowledge IS Power! Terri Goldson, Sr

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