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Reaching for the Sun by AmeliaJean on Reshot

Our son had just turned four. We lived abroad, and, in accordance with common local practice, he was starting elementary school.

Being expats, we had decided to enroll him in an international school with instruction in English, the stronger of his two native tongues.




Integrating individual past experience with an improvising mentality motivates new perspectives for solving problems on the go.

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Sasha Wolfe

Sasha Wolfe

Cultivating improvisation with heart and mind, I believe that the creative arts and tech are the fulcrum of our future. Coffee4me@

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