Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Dream. Rise. Do.

Fifty years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. charged Americans to take radical and urgent action towards a very basic dream--equality. Equality attained not just by changing hearts and minds, but by transforming the societal structures at the root of injustice into the very genesis of equity. It's a dream unrealized for past generations, but for our children, it's not far from reach. With the power to see it through are:
- Teachers, who will help our children DREAM beyond all perceived limits
- Teachers, who will help our children RISE to every challenge
- Teachers, who will DO whatever it takes to prove to our children that a dream can be more.
-- visit Dream. Rise. Do

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