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Digital storytelling offers a fun, non-threatening way to connect with students in either individual or small group settings.

Atlanta non-profit Synchronicity runs a program called Playmaking for Girls. It’s an inspiring example of one way in which a group of people is reaching out to troubled girls.

Here’s another group of people standing up for kids in need. This time, they’re a rough and tough biker club with hearts of gold. This is a long story, but worth every word.

At age 14, Maud Chifamba is Zimbabwe’s youngest ever university student. She’s also an orphan.

In Afghanistan, Razia Jan is fighting for education for girls. It’s a difficult and dangerous battle in a country where terrorists do everything they can to keep girls out of schools.

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