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SUCCESS! Texas Mom Passes GED®, Thanks Seeds

Notes like this make it all worthwhile. When asked if we could share her story, new grad Azalia Reyes said “OF COURSE. Real people, real life journeys, all different walks of life, if I can do it they can too!” We’re going to miss the 33-year-old Texas mom in our
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[VIDEO] Cleveland’s Bridge War

For most Clevelanders, crossing the Cuyahoga River is something that we do all the time.  But not-that-long-ago, crossing the River was a major undertaking.  In fact, control over where people crossed the river was so important that, back in 1836, more than two thousand people took to the streets to
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Finding the FUN: Why Ed Tutors

~ From the Law to Leadership: Finding the fun in learning ~ [Originally published November 4, 2018] Ed Round is a tall man with a deep voice. He has an authoritative presence and is fiercely passionate about what he does. These traits served him well in his legal career of
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[VIDEO] A Historical Look at September 11

This year marks a sad but important milestone: the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. It’s been long enough now that many have forgotten why the attacks happened or the impact they had.  Many of you may have been too young to realize what was going on, and some of
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[VIDEO] Annie Oakley

1860 was a bad year in America.  The politics were divided, and by April the following year, the country would be engaged in a violent civil war.  But on August 13, in small a log cabin nestled in the Ohio frontier, a young woman was born who would capture the
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