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LOPnewsmag X ~ Obama Paintings, Olmstead Anniversary, Dyslexia Symposium, Nation-At-A-Glance - Dr. Sylvia Richardson

Posted on August 1, 2019 at 5:40 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1)     THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  Two Terms, 2,922 Paintings

2)     ED TRUST NEWS:  What This Native American School Can Teach Us All”

           “These Are The People Struggling The Most To Pay Back Student Loans”

3)     BAZELON LAW CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH NEWS:

           “I Am Olmstead” Disability Law Conference At GSULS!

           "Olmstead At Twenty: Past And Future Of Community Integration"

              Disability Law Conference”

4)    NATIONAL LAW CENTER FOR HOMELESSNESS & POVERTY NEWS:

            Law Center Honors 30 Years Of Advocacy, Thank You, Interns!

5)    THE ARC US NEWS:  Perseverance In Planning: The Value Of

            Building An Inclusive Volunteerism Program!


6     AUTISM RESEARCH INSTITUTE NEWS:  Previous & Upcoming

             Free Webinars!

7)     DYSLEXIA INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION NEWS:

            IDA Announces The First Annual Sylvia Richardson Symposium

8]     CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY WASHINGTON

        ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY, HIS GRACE

           ATL Catechist Conference 2019 REGISTRATION

           Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Listen to All Catholic4all Podcasts

           AGNES’ BLOG

9)     NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: DR. SYLVIA O. RICHARDSON

10)    LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults

VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/y2z589ye

 


LOPnewsmag IX ~ OBAMA AFRICA LEADERS PROGRAM, OSER SPECIAL EDUCATION AWARDS OPEN, IEPs Information

Posted on July 15, 2019 at 4:45 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1)      THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  2019 Africa Leaders Program


2)      ED TRUST NEWS: WHEN INCARCERATION MEETS EDUCATION

              “Helping Students Succeed-Event Explores Ways To Close

                  Higher Ed Equity Gap”


3)      OSER NEWS: “SPECIAL NEEDS PROGRAM APPLICATIONS FOR

              NEW AWARDS BEING ACCEPTED


4)      NATIONAL SUMMER LEARNING NEWS:

              “NATIONAL CONFERENCE”


5)      U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR NEWS:  “Excellence In Disability

              Inclusion Award (Edi)!”


6)      PARENTS PLACE NEWS:  “Physical Education Placement

              And Your Child’s IEP!”


7)      MILITARY PARENTS NEWS:  “Webinars For Military Parents

              Learning More!”

8]       CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY WASHINGTON ARCHDIOCESE

            ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY, HIS GRACE

               ATL Eucharistic Congress 2019 Highlights

               ATL Catechist Conference 2019 REGISTRATION

              Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Listen to All Catholic4all Podcasts

              AGNES’ BLOG

9)      NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: RACHEL LONDON, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF MDDC

10)    LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults

11)    VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/y4kzvhp6


LOPnewsmag VIII ~ OBAMA LEADERSHIP CORPS, P-TECH EDUCATION PROGRAM, FORMER U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE MADELINE ALBRIGHT...

Posted on June 15, 2019 at 10:15 AM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


1)      THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS: Obama Community Leadership Corps


2)      COLLEGE PROMISE NEWS:  “COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND A

              JANITORIAL JOB GOT ME ON TRACK TO A

              DOCTORATE DEGREE”


3)      ED TRUST NEWS: GETTING TO, AND THROUGH, COLLEGE!

              “Working in States to Close Gaps in Opportunity and Achievement”

4)      USDE NEWS: Pathways to Internships

              “Improving School Safety Policy Trends, Assessment &

               Prevention”

               Drug-Free Community And Support Program Funding

                Opportunity

5)     MARYLAND GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN NEWS: P-Tech

              Education Program

6)     MARYLAND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY NEWS: PCP Training!

7)     ODEP NEWS: WORKERS’ COMPENSATION – “Keeping Injured And

             Ill Workers In The Workforce! 

8]     CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY WASHINGTON

        ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY

             Getting To Know Archbishop Gregory

             ATL Eucharistic Congress 2019 Early-Bird Registration Closed

             Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast EpisodeS

                No. 82 - 83

             AGNES’ BLOG

9)         NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: fORMER U. S. SECRETARY OF

            STATE, MADELINE ALBRIGHT

10)       LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults

11)       VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/yyr4qse5


LOPnewsmag VII ~ CELEBRATING MOTHER'S DAY, TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK, NAMI CONFERENCE, WALKS & SYMPOSIUM

Posted on May 17, 2019 at 10:15 AM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


1)      THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  Celebrating Moms Around The World


2)      ED TRUST NEWS: “Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week” By Emily Herd!


3)      CENTER FOR FAITH AND OPPORTUNITY INITIATIVES NEWS:

              “Second Chance Learning”


4)      NAMI-METROPOLITAN BALTIMORE NEWS: Mental Health

              Conference & NAMIWALKS 2019


5)      AUTISM SPEAKS NEWS: Happy Mother’s Day 2019!


6)      MARYLAND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY COUNCIL NEWS:

               Executive Director Brian Cox Retires


7)      NAMI-GEORGIA NEWS: 2019 Nami Georgia Leadership &

              Recovery Symposium!


8]      CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY WASHINGTON

         ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY

              ATL Eucharistic Congress 2019 Early-Bird Registration Ends Soon

              Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast Episode No. 80 - 81

              AGNES’ BLOG


9)     NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: U.S. REP. MATT CARTWRIGHT (D.-PA) 


10    LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults


11)   VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/yxttokob


LOPnesmag ~ OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS, BIDEN FOUNDATION NEWS, #CollegeSigningDay, 2019 Teacher of the Year!

Posted on April 27, 2019 at 3:40 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


1)      THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  “The Transformative Power

                 Of Education Dominique Jordan Turner”


2)       BETTER MAKE ROOM NEWS!: College Signing Day


3)       BIDEN FOUNDATION NEWS: “Inside The Foundation”


4)       COLLEGE PROMISE NEWS:  “Employers Are Seeking

                More Than Just Students With Degrees

 

5)       ED TRUST NEWS:  “Congress Should Move To Protect

                Vulnerable College Students From Shoddy Offerings”

                By John B. King Jr. & Aaron S. Ament

               “How Education Can Better Serve The Modern-Day

                     Student!”

               “Serving Healthy School Food While Preparing Young

                     Adults For Culinary Careers!”


6)             FAFSA NEWS: “The Benefit Of A College Education,

                     Accepting Financial Aid, & Work Study 101!


7)             NAMI-MARYLAND NEWS: NAMIWALKS 2019


8]             CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY WASHINGTON

                ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY 

                    Archbishop Gregory Appointed to Washington, DC Archdiocese!

                    Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast Episode No. 76 - 78 

                    AGNES’ BLOG


9)            NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: 2019 TEACHER OF THE YEAR ~ RODNEY ROBBINS


10)          LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults


11)           VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/y657zszv


#CollegeSigningDay


LOPnewsmag V ~ OBAMA TOWN HALL EUROPE, ARCHBISHOP WILTON GREGORY TO LEAD WASHINGTON ARCHDIOCESE,...

Posted on April 8, 2019 at 4:35 PM


TABLE OF CONTENTS:



1)     THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  “Obama Town

             Hall Europe”


2)     REACH HIGHER NEWS: College Signing Day



3)     ED TRUST NEWS:  “An Evening With Dr. John B. King, Jr.”

            “Profiles In Education ~ Nancy Haunte-Tzintuh!”

            “Study: Public Universities Prioritize Out-of-State, Wealthy, White Students



4)     VATICAN NEWS:  ARCHBISHOP GREGORY APPOINTED TO

             WASHINGTON



5)     U.S.C.C.B. NEWS:  Archbishop Gregory Accepts Appointment to

            Washington, DC Archdiocese!



6)     CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY ATLANTA, GA

        ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY



             Archbishop Gregory Appointed to Washington, DC Archdiocese!

             Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast Episode No. 73 - 75

             AGNES’ BLOG



7)    NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: JARED SOLOMON FOR DELEGATE



8]     LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults



9)     VISIT: http://tinyurl.com/y5pc9fwf



LOPnewsmag IV ~ FEATURING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY, QUEEN NOOR AL HUSSEIN OF JORDAN, SENATOR JEFF WALDSTREICHER

Posted on March 14, 2019 at 4:10 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


 

1)     THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  “Unleashing

             The Power Of Women: Preethi Herman”

             “Student Summit To Advance Educational

              Excellence For Black Girls”


2)      BIDEN FOUNDATION NEWS:  “The Military

              Spouse Employment Plight!”

 

3)      QUEEN NOOR AL HUSSEIN NEWS: HAPPY

             WOMEN’S DAY!  Maid Mashharawi, Founder

                of ‘Green Cakes’


4)      COLLEGE PROMISE NEWS:  “Keystone

             College Awarded $60k Pasmart Grant For

                Early Childhood Education”


5)      ED TRUST NEWS:  “Broken Mirrors:

             Black Student Representation At Public

             State Colleges And Universities” By

                Andrew Nichols And J. Oliver Schak!

         “The Incredible Whiteness Of Higher Education

             By Gabriella Montell!

 

6)      MARYLAND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY

         COUNCIL NEWS:  SIBS 2019 EVENT!


7)      CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY ATLANTA, GA

         ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY

              Celebrate Catholic Sisters Week!

              Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast Episode No. 71 - 72

              AGNES’ BLOG

8]     NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: SENATOR JEFF WALDSTREICHER

9)     LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults

10)   VISIT: http://tinyurl.com/yy7ls42z


LOPnewsmag III ~ COMMIT TO COMMUNITY, WOMEN IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BLACK HISTORY MONTH, NATION-AT-A-GLANCE DR. JUMAL OKEYO...

Posted on February 21, 2019 at 4:15 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


1)     THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  Commit To Community


2)     BIDEN FOUNDATION NEWS: Women in Community College


3)     ED TRUST NEWS: “Opportunity Starts At Home” By

             Dr. John King, Jr.


4)     NAMI-GEORGIA NEWS: “True Progress In Erasing Mental

             Health Stigma


5)     Means Giving Everyone A Seat At The Table!”


6)     NAMI-COBBSgeorgia NEWS:


7)     Mental Health Resource Fair


8]     CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY ATLANTA, GA

        ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY


             Black History Month

             Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast Episode No. 69-70

             AGNES’ BLOG


9)     NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: DR. OKEYO JUMAL


10)   LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults


11)   VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/y299pwkw



Celebrate Black history month, #BHM365!


POPE FRANCIS, HIS HOLINESS, DELIVERS HOMILY LAST DAY OF WORLD YOUTH DAY 2019 IN PANAMA!

Posted on January 27, 2019 at 11:45 AM



For Immediate Release From Vatican News!


(Pope WYD Panama: Homily at concluding Mass - full text

Sunday, Jan. 27, was the final day of the World Youth Day in Panama City. Pope Francis celebrated an open-air Holy Mass at the capital’s Metro Park to conclude the WYD. Please find below the full text of the Pope's homily.)


Homily – Holy Mass


Metro Park, 27 January 2019


“The eyes of all in the synagogue were fixed on him. And he began to say to them: ‘Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing’” (Lk 4:20-21).


With these words, the Gospel presents the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry. It started in the synagogue that saw him grow up; he was in the midst of neighbours and people he knew, and perhaps even some of his childhood “catechists” who had taught him the Law. It was an important moment in the life of the Master: the child who was educated and grew up in that community, stood up and took the floor to proclaim and put into action God’s dream. A word previously proclaimed only as a future promise, but now, on the lips of Jesus alone, could be spoken in the present tense, as it became a reality: “Today it has been fulfilled”.


Jesus reveals the now of God, who comes to meet us and call us to take part in his now of “proclaiming good news to the poor… bringing liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, setting at liberty those who are oppressed, announcing the year of the Lord’s favour” (Lk 4:18-19). This is the now of God. It becomes present with Jesus: it has a face, it is flesh. It is a merciful love that does not wait for ideal or perfect situations to show itself, nor does it accept excuses for its appearance. It is God’s time, that makes every situation and place both right and proper. In Jesus, the promised future begins and becomes life.


When? Now. Yet not everyone who was listening felt invited or called. Not all the residents of Nazareth were prepared to believe in someone they knew and had seen grow up, and who was now inviting them to realize a long-awaited dream. Not only that, but “they said, ‘Is not this Joseph’s son?’” (Lk 4:22).


The same thing can also happen with us. We do not always believe that God can be that concrete and commonplace, that close and real, and much less that he can become so present and work through somebody like a neighbour, a friend, a relative. We do not always believe that the Lord can invite us to work and soil our hands with him in his Kingdom in that simple and blunt a way. It is hard to accept that “God’s love can become concrete and can almost be experienced in history with all its painful and glorious vicissitudes” ( BENEDICT XVI, General Audience, 28 September 2005).


Often we too behave like the neighbours in Nazareth: we prefer a distant God: nice, good, generous but far-off, a God who does not inconvenience us. Because a close and everyday God, a friend and brother, demands that we be concerned with our surroundings, everyday affairs and above all fraternity. God chose not to reveal himself as an angel or in some spectacular way, but to give us a face that is fraternal and friendly, concrete and familiar. God is real because love is real; God is concrete because love is concrete. Indeed, this “concrete manifestation of love is one of the essential elements in the life of Christians” ( BENEDICT XVI, Homily, 1 March 2006).


We can also run the same risks as the neighbours at Nazareth, when within our communities the Gospel seeks to be lived concretely. We begin to say: But these young people, aren’t they the children of Mary, Joseph, aren’t they the brothers and sisters of so and so? Are these not the youngsters we saw grow up? That one over there, wasn’t he the one who kept breaking windows with his ball? What was born as prophecy and proclamation of the kingdom of God gets domesticated and impoverished. Attempts to domesticate the word of God occur daily.


You too, dear young people, can experience this whenever you think that your mission, your vocation, even your life itself, is a promise far off in the future, having nothing to do with the present. As if being young were a kind of waiting room, where we sit around until we are called. And in the “meantime”, we adults or you yourselves invent a hygienically sealed future, without consequences, where everything is safe, secure and “well insured”. A “make-believe” happiness. So we “ tranquilize ” you, we numb you into keeping quiet, not asking or questioning; and in that “meantime” your dreams lose their buoyancy, they begin to become flat and dreary, petty and plaintive (cf. Palm Sunday Homily, 25 March 2018). Only because we think, or you think, that your now has not yet come, that you are too young to be involved in dreaming about and working for the future.


One of the fruits of the last Synod was the enrichment that came from being able to meet and above all to listen to one another. The enrichment of intergenerational dialogue, the enrichment of exchange and the value of realizing that we need one another, that we have to work to create channels and spaces that encourage dreaming of and working for tomorrow, starting today. And this, not in isolation, but rather side by side, creating a common space. A space that is not simply taken for granted, or won in a lottery, but a space for which you too must fight.


You, dear young people, are not the future but the now of God. He invites you and calls you in your communities and cities to go out and find your grandparents, your elders; to stand up and with them to speak out and realize the dream that the Lord has dreamed for you.


Not tomorrow but now, for wherever your treasure is, there will your heart also be (cf. Mt 6:21). Whatever you fall in love with, it will win over not only your imagination, it will affect everything. It will be what makes you get up in the morning, what keeps you going at times of fatigue, what will break open your hearts and fill you with wonder, joy and gratitude. Realize that you have a mission and fall in love; that will decide everything (cf. PEDRO ARRUPE, S.J., Nada es más práctico). We may possess everything, but if we lack the passion of love, we will have nothing. Let us allow the Lord to make us fall in love!


For Jesus, there is no “meantime”, but only a merciful love that wants to enter into and win over our hearts. He wants to be our treasure, because he is not a “meantime”, an interval in life or a passing fad; he is generous love that invites us to entrust ourselves.


He is concrete, close, real love. He is festive joy, born of opting for and taking part in the miraculous draught of hope and charity, solidarity and fraternity, despite the paralyzed and paralyzing gaze born of fear and exclusion, speculation and manipulation.


Brothers and sisters, the Lord and his mission are not a “meantime” in our life, something temporary; they are our life!


In a special way throughout these days, Mary’s fiat has been whispering like a kind of music in the background. She not only believed in God and in his promises as something possible, she believed God himself and dared to say “yes” to taking part in this now of the Lord. She felt she had a mission; she fell in love and that decided everything.


As in the synagogue of Nazareth, the Lord stands up again among us his friends and acquaintances; he takes the book and says to us “Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing” (Lk 4:21).


Do you want to live out your love in a practical way? May your “yes” continue to be the gateway for the Holy Spirit to give us a new Pentecost for the world and for the Church.


* * *


Farewell


At the conclusion of this celebration, I thank God for having given us the opportunity to share these days together and to experience once more this World Youth Day.


In particular, I would like to thank the President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela Rodríguez, the Presidents of other nations and the other political and civil authorities for their presence at this celebration.


I thank Bishop José Domingo Ulloa Mendieta, Archbishop of Panama, for his generosity and hard work in hosting this World Youth Day in his diocese, as well as the other bishops of this and the neighbouring countries, for all they have done in their communities to provide accommodation and assistance to the great numbers of young people.


My thanks also go to all those who have supported us with their prayers, and who have helped by their efforts and hard work to make this World Youth Day dream come true in this country.


And to you, dear young people, a big “thank you”. Your faith and joy have made Panama, America and the entire world shake! As we have heard so many times in these days in the song of this World Youth Day: “As your pilgrim people we are gathered here today from every continent and city”. We are on a journey, keep walking, keep living the faith and sharing it. Do not forget that you are not the tomorrow, you are not the “meantime”; you are the now of God.


The venue for the next World Youth Day has already been announced. I ask you not to let the fervour of these days grow cold. Go back to your parishes and communities, to your families and your friends, and share this experience, so that others can resonate with the strength and enthusiasm that is yours. With Mary, keep saying “yes” to the dream that God has sown in you.


And, please, do not forget to pray for me."


Experience more of WYD2019 from The Vatican News at: https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2019-01/pope-francis-panama-wyd-2019-concluding-mass-homily.html


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Pope at WYD Vigil in Panama: Are you willing to say “Yes”?

Pope Francis addresses 600,000 young people at Panama City’s Metro Park for the WYD Vigil and challenges them to imitate Mary, the “influencer” of God.

By Seàn-Patrick Lovett


Three lives. Three stories. Three testimonies to faith, hope and love. These were the inspirations behind Pope Francis’ reflections to the 600,000 young people gathered for the World Youth Day Vigil in Metro Park, outside Panama City, on Saturday night.


Life stories, and love stories. “The Lord is the first to say ‘yes’”, said the Pope. “And He wants us to say ‘yes’ along with Him”, as He invites us “to be part of a love story”. Pope Francis presented Mary as the supreme example of how to say ‘yes’ and to “trust in the love and promises of God”. It is this, he said, that makes Mary, “the ‘influencer’ of God”.


“Yes” to embracing life


“Mary’s ‘yes’ echoes and expands in every generation”, continued Pope Francis. And here he thanked a young couple for their witness in facing the “difficulties and risks” associated with the birth of their daughter after she was diagnosed with Down Syndrome. “Saying ‘yes’ to the Lord means embracing life as it comes”, said the Pope, “with all its fragility”. “It is through our frailties and flaws that the Lord wants to write our love story”, he said. “What a gift it is to know we have a Father who embraces us despite our imperfections”.


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“Yes” to building community


Pope Francis then thanked the young man who shared his story of how he dealt with drug addiction. The Pope spoke of how impossible it is for us to grow “unless we have strong roots to support us”: the roots of an education , employment, a family, a community. Without these we cannot “dream of a future”, he said. “Because dreaming of a future” means answering the question what am I living for, and who am I living for”.


“Yes” to being guardians


To be an “influencer” in the 21st Century, said Pope Francis, “is to be guardians of roots”, of everything that makes us “feel part of one another”, that makes us “feel we belong”. This was the experience of the third testimony referenced by the Pope: that of a young woman from Palestine who discovered the faith two years ago at WYD in Krakow. “She found a lively, happy community that welcomed her and gave her a sense of belonging”, said Pope Francis, allowing her “to live the joy that comes from being found by Jesus”.


Willingness to say “Yes”


Read the full article HERE!: https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2019-01/pope-francis-panama-wyd-2019-vigil-say-yes.html


Check out Instagram/levineagnes and the Happiness Journey at:  https://tinyurl.com/y86f935j


Also, use hashtags #WYDUSA, #WYDEnglish, #WYD2019, and #Panama on Twitter for lots of wonderful photos of world Youth Day 2019 in Panama.

LOPnewsmag I ~ DESIGNING OBAMA LEADERS, CONGRESSWOMAN DEB HAALAND...

Posted on January 12, 2019 at 4:50 PM

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1)     THE OBAMA FOUNDATION NEWS:  Designing Obama Leaders

              Program

 

2)      ED TRUST NEWS:  “Aiming For Equity: A New Resolution For

              Statewide Degree Attainment” Goals By Katie Berger


             “Millions Of College Students Are Going Hungry: A New

              Government Report Highlights Just How Pervasive The

              Problem Is” By Adam Harris


3)     NAMI-CHINEESE NEWS:  “Hope Is Within Reach” By

              Elaine Peng!


4)     AUTISM RESEARCH INSTITUTE NEWS:  ARI January 2019

             Newsletter From Dr. Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D.!


5)     DYSLEXIA IDA NEWS:  Georgia Plan To Help Dyslexic Students


6)     CHADD NEWS:  You’re Invited To Create An ADHD-Friendly

             Home Environment


7)     CATHOLIC EDUCATION NEWS BY ATLANTA, GA

        ARCHDIOCESE ARCHBISHOP WILTON D. GREGORY


             Celebrate MLK, Jr. Week

             Dr. Raul Escarpio News – Catholic4all Podcast Episode No. 64

             AGNES’ BLOG


8]     NATION-AT-A-GLANCE: U.S. CONGRESSWOMAN

            DEB HAALAND (D-N.M.)


9)     LOP’s Leisure Reading List – Teens, Young Adults, Adults


10)   VISIT: https://tinyurl.com/y8oekpt9


HAPPY NEW YEAR!




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