By Andrea Honigsfeld,Audrey Cohan
This e-book, the 3rd within the Breaking the Mold sequence, was once conceptualized with the wish that by means of sharing compelling tales of winning innovation, advocacy, and social justice, extra young ones and their households could be affected in confident methods. The narratives awarded during this quantity are rooted in study rooms, districts, groups, instructor education courses from round the usa and plenty of corners of the realm. the original projects portrayed right here symbolize collaborative efforts by way of scholars, academics, directors, professors, mom and dad, forums of schooling, and worldwide voters who think in swap and transformation for the betterment of schooling.
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