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It’s Time for Social and Emotional Learning for All

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Thsi Over the last decade, increased attention has been paid to the social and emotional learning (SEL) needs of children. This area of learning is necessary and essential to address — for … Continue reading

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Mission Family: Résumé tool helps spouses highlight experience | Marine Corps Times | marinecorpstimes.com

Here’s a great tool for spouses on the  job hunt. Volunteer Coordinators on Installations always tout that your Volunteer works “counts”. Well, I am here to say it does and I am proof. My volunteer work with Army Community Services … Continue reading

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Military Kids Say the Darndest Things!

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Militaryspouse.com focuses on milspouses, fiancés, and significant others; delivering helpful and entertaining content from writers who understand military families – military spouses themselves. Sandy Risberg‘s insight: Kids always have such a fresh … Continue reading

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“Why would you block my blessing?”

is what a good samaritan said in response to a Military Spouses’ refusal of help in a situation during her husband’s military deployment. That Mil Spouse, Dr. Laura Johnson, a former Soldier herself and parent is now a Psychologist herself … Continue reading

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Military Christmas Mini Sessions – YouTube

My friend, Lisa Jansen-Rees, posted, “I have the most thoughtful friends… this group of photographers got together to take Christmas card photos for families of over fifty of our Fort Sill deployed Soldiers. I happen to know the young lady who … Continue reading

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The starchild – Alamogordo Daily News

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education The starchild Alamogordo Daily News Alamogordo High School Student Jessie Brodeur poses with Ms. Sandy Risberg‘s insight: The Student 2 Student program  (created by Military Child Education Coalition) is a student led … Continue reading

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National Military Family Association: Interstate Compact Commission Addresses Military Children and Transition

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Interstate Compact Commission Addresses Military Children and Transition; Interstate compact for military kids focuses on compliance. Sandy Risberg‘s insight: Parents, educators and administrators of military children need to be aware of the … Continue reading

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Military kids can get free online tutoring, 24/7 – The Northwest Florida Daily News

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education The Northwest Florida Daily News Military kids can get free online tutoring, 24/7 The Northwest Florida Daily News For the past three years, military dependent children from all branches have been able … Continue reading

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Military children and their families remain an invisible subculture – Phys.Org

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Military children and their families remain an invisible subculture Phys.Org Since 9/11, the United States has seen the largest sustained deployment of military service men and women in the history of the … Continue reading

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An ‘odd’ story for special families

See on Scoop.it – Military Connected Student Education Sandy Risberg‘s insight: Military Child Education Coalition’s "Tell Me A Story" program is family literacy at it’s best! Many Army installations have MCEC Parent to Parent teams that lead this program. Fort … Continue reading

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