‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ Has Never Been More Important Than It is Today – Education Article

It’s not.     Anne Frank is not dead.     Not in 1945. Not in 2019.     Anne was a Dutch Jew hiding from the Nazis with her family and four others in a loft above her father’s former factory in Amsterdam.     The teenager is the most famous victim of the Holocaust, but her story doesn’t end when she succumbed to typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in the closing days of WWII.     Because…

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Back to Tembak – Mr. Hill’s Musings – Education Article

Two years ago, I had the opportunity to visit Tembak (remote Borneo) on a staff volunteering trip. I wrote about it in a previous post (click here to read it). This week, it was my absolute pleasure to return and, if possible, it was even more enjoyable and rewarding. Once again, the trip was in collaboration with Masarang HK, which our school supports (you can see our VSA logo on the Sintang Orangutan Center vehicle below). It was, again, wonderful…

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