For the Love of STEM and the Future of The Planet

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Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker?

How about Biologist, Radiologist or Rocket Scientist?

With the former, we harken back to previous days when kids’ learning and education was limited by the scope and times in which they lived.

Today, children have the world at their fingertips, due to the incredible advances we’ve made in STEM…




Daily life and assorted ephemera about the trials and triumphs of raising kids

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Samantha Kemp-Jackson

Samantha Kemp-Jackson

Writer, Media Commentator, Podcaster and overall opinionated individual. I live in the past A. Lot. Follow me on Substack: LivingInThePast.Substack.Com

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