Monthly Archives: April 2013

Under A Bridge

Rajesh Kumar Sharma saw poor children in New Dehli not attending school. Rajesh, a college drop-out, knew the value of an education so he volunteered to begin a school … under a bridge … the bridge where the children routinely … Continue reading

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The Child Before The Chalk

I start this blog with a clear vision of its beginning and end, but without such clarity of everything else in between. I am confident that I have committed a rather serious journalistic sin. However, it helps that I am … Continue reading

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Money Doesn’t Matter

There are politicians who believe that money doesn’t matter when it comes to K-12 public education. Evidently, less money can buy more for Texas kids. I took that idea … money doesn’t matter, less money can buy more … and … Continue reading

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Thank You for Caring

You don’t know Eric Stewart. At age 24, he is medically retired from the Army Rangers and is convalescing at home. Eric fought in dozens of firefights, eventually earning a Purple Heart. Eric spent the day (Apr 2) and night … Continue reading

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