Valedictory

Valedictory

Author: Richard Stein

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781514478370

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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When Jonah Aaron graduated from Nashvilles Academic Magnet High School, he was voted the most interesting member of the class of 1997. His classmates predicted that he would become a CIA operative and that he would be bringing the best-looking woman in the room to the tenth-year reunion. Twelve years later, Jonah is married to screenwriter Elana Grey, once known as the hottest young redhead in country music. But instead of the CIA, Jonah has become a partner in Brandenburg and Aaron Entertainment and a producer of television shows and independent films. Jonah skipped the tenth-year reunion and never even bothered to investigate when the valedictorian of his senior class was murdered shortly after graduation. But now, Jonah has two reasons to investigate the crime: he feels sorry for the victims brother and he thinks that the investigation may lead to a script for the highly rated comedic-drama police procedural, which is a cornerstone of his production company.

Collection of Poetry

Collection of Poetry

Author: Delfin M. Pitter Soumelia

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781434937520

Category: Poetry

Page: 62

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Delfin M. Pitter Soumelia’s Collection of Poetry addresses the harshness of reality as only poetry can. This collection focuses on issues ranging from family to race and national pride. Touching upon and sharing personal experiences within her lines, the poet sheds light upon and exposes the roots the issues and encounters of our daily lives. Collection of Poetry may appeal especially to New Yorkers, as the poetry and encounters are in part shaped by the movements, lights, and people of the City.

I USED TO Hate School

I USED TO Hate School

Author: Dr. Harrison Jones IV

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780359795451

Category: Education

Page: 115

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Being a teacher is an extremely challenging profession and highly underappreciated. Schools are failing left and right and teachers are getting burnt out quicker than ever. People are leaving the profession because of low salaries and crazy expectations with standardized testing. This book is to help educators reconnect to the real reasons they chose to teach. The principles of rigor, results, rti, leadership, and reflection implemented with love are essential for success as an educator. Along with these principles, there were key rules to follow in order to maintain personal career growth and find success in education. This book informs educator's on how to practice education with love which is quintessential to any educators progression.

What Colleges Don't Tell You (And Other Parents Don't Want You to Know)

What Colleges Don't Tell You (And Other Parents Don't Want You to Know)

Author: Elizabeth Wissner-Gross

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101217993

Category: Education

Page: 336

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A sought-after packager of high school students shares 272 secrets to help parents get their kids into the top schools Targeting the savvy parents of today's college-bound teenagers who seek to gain a proven edge in the college admissions process, this book reveals 272 little-known secrets to help parents get their kids into the school of their dreams. Did you know? -A child's guidance counselor can help reverse a deferral. -A parent can help get a child off a waiting list. -There is a way for students to back out of Early Decision once they've been accepted. Based on the controversial insider information Elizabeth Wissner-Gross has gleaned from working as a highly successful packager of high school students and from interviews with heads of admission at the nation's top colleges, this book empowers parents by decoding the admissions process.