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    By Jeremy | September 16, 2009

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    To date, nearly 200 New York churches have adopted schools through 20/20, EFFEXOR FOR SALE. Together, these churches have open-sourced a multi-sector effort to transform education in America. Because the problems are too vast for one person, group or community to overcome on its own, sharing ideas, best practices, funding solutions, evaluation methodologies and reform strategies represents the best way to engage the best minds in transforming public education in this country.

    If it’s “about the kids,” 20/20 reminds us to share.

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    --Jeremy Del Rio

    ONLINE: JeremyDelRio.com; 2020Schools.net

    Rev. Jeremy Del Rio, Esq. is the lead architect of 20/20 Vision for Schools.


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