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$10 will help train 2 young Liberians on Brain Education - Empower war-affected children in Liberia.

How To Understand Teenage Brain

As western universities set up campuses in China and UAE, the fight to attract the brightest and best continues Review: The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/lsereviewofbooks/2012/07/31/book-review-the-great-brain-race-reshaping-the-world/

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#3 Since Liberia is considered one of the poorest countries in the world, they are treated harshly. They are forced to be children soldiers, used as prostitutes, servants, pan handlers, street vendors, and as workers on rubber tree plantations, and are discriminated and sexually abused.

The 4 Brain Essential Learning Steps - Edudemic

Kids with Autism, Sensory Processing Disorders Show Brain Wiring Differences | ucsf.edu


$10 introduces 20 children to making music! - Infuse Learning with Music in Pre-K-8 Classrooms!

Children of the world ~ Lobi country, Dumbu

From STEM to STEAM: Using Brain-Compatible Strategies to Integrate the Arts: David A. (Anthony) Sousa, Thomas J. Pilecki ≈≈ http://www.pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/steam-in-early-education/

Egypt Precious children

Cambodian beautiful faces...such joy! Group of children laughing and smiling in a window.

From the documentary "Johnny Mad Dog" about Liberian child soldiers. Supposedly the actual General would make them dress up in women's clothing or other weird stuff to confuse and intimidate their enemies.

Dassanach child - Omorate Ethiopia • The Daasanach kids collect the caps of the Coca and beers in the bars of Omorate and make wigs with them.

Children in Honduras

ZIMBABWE IDPs 6 by IRIN Photos, via Flickr

Africa | A smile from Kenya | ©Manuela Trevia

This guy deserves a hug