Whether children aspire to become lawyers, doctors, accountants, politicians, dietitians, or own a business, their dreams may be slow to materialize if their minds and bodies aren’t fed the proper nutrients.
The idea of the community and parents designing a school model for students that promotes specific subject interests and, simultaneously, achieves academic and personal success, is a highly ambitious and risky proposition.
This year, the Ugandan Little League team beat Saudia Arabia outright and arrived in the United States only to be denied the visas necessary to compete. The reason? “Discrepancies” in the children’s ages.