Crazy-smart people

Crazy-smart people by Nancy Knowlton
Thinking back to questions I’ve had from people has lead me to think about the future and recognize that working with motivated, smart people is something I want to keep doing.
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An apple a day

An apple a day by Nancy Knowlton
Some of the wise advice and habits about food and health that I learned when I was young have turned out to be helpful throughout my life.
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Reliable funding for tech in schools

Reliable funding for tech in schools by Nancy Knowlton
Technology products in classrooms are here to stay. Accepting that premise means finding a way to provide funding on an ongoing basis.
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Earning business ethically and responsibly

Earning business ethically and responsibly by Nancy Knowlton
Operating our business ethically and responsibly with everyone we deal with is a core part of our values and makes for a sustainable enterprise.
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You are what you think

You are what you think by Nancy Knowlton
We each have a choice as to how we contribute to the thinking process of those around us, at home, at school, at play and at work. Ensuring that we contribute in a healthy and positive way, even as we ask for higher levels of perf
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Bullies by Tony Mullen
The young girl was left hanging from the tree. Everyone knew who she was but no one would step forward to cut the rope. She had few friends in life and fewer friends in death.
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The good in social mobility

The good in social mobility by Nancy Knowlton
I have been lucky to have benefited immensely from encouragement from others when I was growing up and years of hard work. In fact, I am a good example of what working for a better life coupled with access to education (and a litt
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