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Aylem Peña, una maestra especial.

| March 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
Aylem Peña, una maestra especial.

Maestra, psicóloga y madre son los roles que, para Aylem Peña, acreedora del premio “Un Maestro Especial” debe tener todo profesional de la docencia.

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Ramón Rodríguez, más allá del salón de clases.

| March 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
Ramón Rodríguez, más allá del salón de clases.

De defensor de los Derechos Humanos en Cuba a maestro de historia en Miami, Ramón Rodríguez sostiene que el rol social de los ciudadanos se ha ido perdiendo en pro del bienestar individual, lo cual ha ido en detrimento de los sistemas políticos

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Divine Savior Academy Senior Silvana Crespo Announced as National Merit Scholar Finalist.

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
Divine Savior Academy Senior Silvana Crespo Announced as National Merit Scholar Finalist.

Divine Savior Academy is proud to announce that senior Silvana Crespo is a National Merit Scholar Finalist. This announcement was made Friday, February 14th after DSA’s weekly chapel service with a presentation of a plaque and framed award.

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Stand Up, Speak Out on behalf of Children.

| February 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
Stand Up, Speak Out on behalf of Children.

Informed parents can influence legislature that impact public education.

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The importance of Parent Education.

| February 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
The importance of Parent Education.

Parental education should begin the moment we decide to have a child, as is it then that all individuals involved start the journey of self-discovery, and begin to become more aware of their relationships to each other.

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The first step for obtaining financial aid for your child’s college education. It is time to fill out FAFSA

| January 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
The first step for obtaining financial aid for your child’s college education.  It is time to fill out FAFSA

An education is the main asset, if not the only one, parents can inherit to their children. It is part of the American Dream for immigrants who have worked hard to obtain their legal status in this country. However, the college education dream can be elusive for those without the funds to cover it and those who do not get informed of the many alternatives available to receive financial aid for education. Filling out FAFSA is the first step to being eligible to qualify for many of those financial assistance programs.

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Mistakes are allowed!

| November 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Mistakes are allowed!

Mistakes are not a sign of failure but rather a chance to learn.

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Unhealthy Obsession With Grades.

| October 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
Unhealthy Obsession With Grades.

Para leer en español By Laura Tobi. Director at The Art Shack. Email: info@theartshackmiami.com While policy makers in Florida debate the benefits and draw backs of the Common Core Standards, our children find themselves striving to achieve these standards plus the ones for FCAT, and in many Doral schools, polishing their skills to ace the […]

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Born 2 Learn, the beginning of the future.

| October 6, 2013 | 0 Comments
Born 2 Learn, the beginning of the future.

Born 2 Learn is one of the oldest childcare programs in Doral. There is no doubt that this is the place where I would leave my children all day long. Cristina Espinel and Llinka Palacio, the creators of the program, are two wonderful mothers who have worked from dawn to dusk during this time to make this preschool the exceptional place it has become.

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How to teach your child initiative.

| October 5, 2013 | 0 Comments
How to teach your child initiative.

They have a need, a clear need to solve a problem or to start an exploration to create something, but expect a closely guided activity. This is an ever growing phenomenon that has taken me to research how to teach children initiative and perseverance.

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