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Georgette Pierre

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As we celebrate Women's History Month, this particular proverb came to mind, "to educate a man is to educate a individual...to educate a woman is to educate a nation." Women have always been the backbones of families and have made significant contributions to society, including the education of "our" children in the homes as well as the classrooms. Focusing on the importance of teaching our youth and what is currently lacking in the school system, three guests (two being women and one being a man) join me to discuss the challenges they face, the effects of public funding on school districts, and the need for more competent teachers to "educate our nation." Listen all March as we continue to celebrate Women's History Month, bringing awareness to issues as well as spotlighting those in the arts, media, and entertainment industries to name a few.

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