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... or all of the time..either way it's too much." Patrick said there has been a huge shift in the system. Schools are now run by business people not educationalists, or even people who know about kids. We talked about a similar shift at home and how the academies and free school movement can add to the pressure and dilution of the educational landscape. The crux of the challenge for us as leaders is that the 'trust' or company is there to make money, the ...
... at that...I am kinda surprised myself! I will be traveling and working with the same group SABEH, although some of the players have changed. Good friends will be missed, but hopefully new friends will be made. After this original blog, I might send one more reminder, otherwise...it's up to your discretion if you want to read it or not. I'd you want to come off the blog list just let me know. HOUSEKEEPING... I will be traveling in China from July 19th until ...
... I also found 'radio world' which I imagine is america's answer to curry's. Here I found the kindle wire and was asked by a Boston local whether I was Australian! Second guess was Irish! I have been craving chocolate and wanted to taste it for myself as it is often knocked in the uk! The shop had rolo, snicker, twix, kit kat and even cadburys! I'm breaking myself into American culture slowly so didn't got for the full on peanut butter cupcakes of Hershey but opted instead for ...
... south Americans a whole family ,randoms that talk to Rachael about hair dooooos. On the bus and on our way on time plenty of room and very comfortable ,even though the bus driver look like he had a personal issue with our baggage . The bus trip was good about an hr so caught up on my trip diary and watched the world go by. We arrived in Middletown Newport Rhode Island and the driver still hadn't made friends with our bags and we found then lying in ...
... parts of the country, fighting sporadically. Oil helped prop up Angola's wealth for a period of time even as the country was still divided by rebel held groups and government controlled areas. Luanda, Angola's capital, is still one of the most expensive cities in Africa despite being an extremely impoverished country. Today, in an odd twist of fate, many Portuguese are returning to both Mozambique and Angola due to economic ...
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