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Education
Keen to learn more, I join some Love Heart members on their weekly visit to Hong Yan School. Founded in 2001, the school offers education to children of migrant workers who might otherwise miss out on schooling altogether.
When the Mexican government banned turtle-fishing in 1990, many of Mazunte’s inhabitants were left without work.
Connected 2 (C2) courses are Open College Network accredited and put a particular emphasis on disengaged, so-called ‘hard-to-reach’ and ‘at risk’ 15- to 25-year-olds.
Fifty years after a schoolgirl’s bid for equal education launched the Civil Rights struggle in the US, Hannibal B Johnson takes stock.
Phyllis Cameron-Johnson tells Paul Williams how paying a train fare, meeting Navajo visitors to her school and a canoeing accident shaped her life.
A white liberal baby-boomer rose to protest the trend: ‘We are proud of our diversity in this school, but we don’t want to have too much diversity!’
‘It grew out of a concern for the climate and times we live in,’ says Upper School Head Todd Huebsch.
James Wood teaches a subject which challenges both schools and society at large.
Representatives from communities from around the UK got together to discuss initiatives being undertaken to bring opportunities to deprived areas.
English musician Kathleen Johnson Dodds talks to Ann Rignall about song-writing, India and Renewal Arts
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