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August 30th, 2011

World Tribune – “Soka Education Explored,” Karla Dawn Meier

The panelists touched on key similarities among the four educators: that education should strive for the complete development of a student—mental, physical and moral—and should help them become lifelong learners and active, democratic citizens.


August 30th, 2011

Held in Chicago – “Daisaku Ikeda Website Committee”

The DePaul University School of Education and the Francis W. Parker School sponsored the symposium “Reuniting Parker, Dewey, Makiguchi and Ikeda: Education for Community and Citizenship across Language and Culture.”


August 30th, 2011

ECF – “ECF Kayne Eras Center,” Exceptional Children’s Foundation Summer 2011 Newsletter

Andrea took her passion for education to the Exceptional Children Foundation, where she discussed the importance of using data to show the positive impact the ECF’s special education programs have on children’s academic progress.






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