Welcome to our fall issue. After two years of LILIPOH’s being translated into Chinese, I received my first hard copy of the edition. It was so beautiful! I have never been to China, but I hope to go someday, and I look forward to a continued relationship with our team in Beijing. We share some snapshots of what LILIPOH looks like when translated into Mandarin on the last page of this issue. Continue Reading...
Why Occupy is Unstoppable
By Seth Jordan
I joined Occupy after seeing an interview with one of the protesters, Gerardo Renique, a professor of history at the City University of New York. He said, “As a historian, I see this current crisis and the events of the last two decades in the long-term perspective. What we’re going through, I think, is the consolidation of a particular economic model, a model that’s grounded in the financial sector in a sort of ‘casino capitalism.’ Continue Reading...
Four Ways Home Life Can Support Math at School
By Lori MacKinder-Clyatt
“I was never good at math, so how can I help my child with school math?” you might wonder. Well, you are not alone! Many parents struggle with remembering multiplication facts, using fractions, and working with algebra or geometry. Of course, the first quick answer may be to simply hire a private tutor for the child. However, our task as parents does not have to stop there. Continue Reading...
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Issue: Fall 2013: Unfolding a Better World - Issue #73, Vol. 18
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Unfolding a Better World ~ Issue #73, Vol. 18
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