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TRINITY VALLEY SCHOOL

FORT WORTH, TX – Trinity Valley School is a K-12 independent and innovative college preparatory school committed to providing their students with a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences.  Luke Jacob, Dean of Learning and Curriculum, is working with teachers in the 2nd, 7th, and 9th grades to develop multi-disciplinary models of The …

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GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

GARLAND, TX- The mission of the Garland Independent School District, which incorporates 72 schools and over 58,000 students, is to create a learning environment that fosters and promotes critical thinkers who are prepared mentally, physically, and emotionally to be active participants in the 21st century.  Gifted and Talented Coordinator Linda Phemister is conducting a book …

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Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented Conference

AUSTIN, TX. Tracy Weinberg, the Associate Director of the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented (TAGT), read The Art of Learning, embraced the philosophy, and plans on offering the book in workshops at two upcoming conferences: The February 2010 TAGT Parent Conference in Houston, Texas attended by 250 parents of gifted youth; and the …

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Eleet Fitness

HOUSTON, TX. Health and fitness specialist Randy Kaiser has creatively integrated The Art of Learning into his own fitness practice, Eleet Fitness, impacting clients that include teachers, parents, administrators and many other types of professionals. He has also designed a development program for personal trainers rooted in The Art of Learning principles that he is …

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Copperas Cove High School

COPPERAS COVE, TX – This high school  will be using the book with soccer team members and junior and senior students—33 altogether. This school is underfunded and primarily serves students whose parents are in the military. Their hope is that The Art of Learning can “unlock their students’ minds” and help them get into college …

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