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    Vielay

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    Wow! What an awesome program and you have such a wonderful design that any ministry would love to have. I appreciate your hard work on developing this model for us all to share with our church leaders who are interested in such a program.
    So Creative!

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    Beverly Jackson

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    Outstanding blog, and thank your for the info and graphics. I’m going to copy some of them for my encouragement visuals on my wall, and in my journal. I feel thankful to have a cohort member that can speak to our personal challenges. Let’s grow and transform our “stinky thinking” step by step. Then, learn to help students do the same. God’s Peace.

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    Beverly Jackson

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    Outstanding Albert, I am so proud of you!! I was a single parent with African American Boy twins decades ago. As a parent I would have been excited to have you has their Pre-K teacher. I’m sure your parents feel the same way. Research has shown that Pre-K for minorities is of so much importance in Education Today. And, many of African American boys do not have a positive male figure at home. I Hope in your studies, and beyond , you will include a track of telling your story to the nation, and globally. I foresee loads of funding for your future projects. I know there are young men of color, global,, in the African Diaspora, that can make use of your story, for encouragement to become a Pre-K teacher. Right now, there are some prominent African American Male Educational Leaders that I want to hear your story. This blog writing is a way I can do that. Please keep writing and telling your story! God’s Peace.

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    Jarvis James

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    This is great I need them to do that design process for our youth.

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    Skyler Wiseman

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    Jarvis, this post was so envirgorating, earnest, exploratory, and engaging about the economy. Excellent!

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    Skyler Wiseman

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    It is so awesome that you are using NE! It is a great way to bring engineering into the classroom, teach systems thinking and build empathy! I think people are always surprised when we discuss the importance of empathy in science, or engineering. Yet it is the key to changing the world.

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