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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
How others view the T/MC
By nsbyrer @ 4:38 PM :: 8455 Views :: Article Rating
Understanding the Tutor/Mentor Connection through the eyes of others who have volunteered time and talent since 1994 to help build the Tutor/Mentor Connection (T/MC). These are letters written to support a 2002 Award Nomination submitted on behalf of the T/MC.

Note: We hope these letters help you understand the Tutor/Mentor Connection and inspire others to also become involved with the T/MC.
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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Do you Blog? Do you have a tutor/mentor blog?
By nsbyrer @ 4:37 PM :: 3214 Views :: Article Rating
Read the Tutor/Mentor Blog at http://tutormentor.blogspot.com.
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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Using Technology for Knowledge Management and Innovation
By nsbyrer @ 4:37 PM :: 3956 Views :: Article Rating :: Technology
This section describes our goal of having a few people do research that millions can benefit from. It describes our goal of building an infrastructure that will support better decision making by anyone working to help youth born in poverty move more successfully through school and into careers

Note: Join o­ne or more of the Tutor/Mentor Connection planning discussions and add your time and talent to making these innovations available to the Tutor/Mentor Connection and to tutor/mentor programs and networks around the country.
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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Learning and Growing by Giving: Children as Agents of ICT
By nsbyrer @ 4:36 PM :: 5414 Views :: Article Rating :: Technology
This is an article written and submitted to the Tutor/Mentor Connection (T/MC) by Professor Edna Aphek, Jerusalem, Israel. The T/MC believes that every tutor/mentor program has the potential to be a technology center with programs similar to what are described in this article. It just takes a vision from volunteers, leaders, donors and youth to make this possible
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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Content: How Many Programs are needed? Where are they needed most?
By nsbyrer @ 4:35 PM :: 2761 Views :: Article Rating
Every day in America, a child's life is needlessly lost. Some die by bullets. Some by abuse. Some by neglect. Too many die from lost hope because America has not provided the tools, education, adult support and resources.


Note: Our vision is that some day in the future when a journalist reports a story, he/she will automatically end it with web links that point to "The Rest of the Story".  Such a strategy will lead people from negative news to positive actions that change the future for kids living in poverty.  Join the media strategies discussion group and share your ideas for how to make this a reality.
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