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Goz Amer Community

In preparing for the opening of the first Little Ripples early childhood education center, the i-ACT team met with community and tribe leaders from various camp “neighborhoods” or sectors. They also met with mothers and future Little Ripples who might attend the school. In the coming days Nathan from the University of Wisconsin Survy Center will be training refugees to help conduct a baseline and control group assessment. One of our priorities is to ensure that our program is the best it can possibly be, and the assessment will help us determine that the children are learning, growing, and playing. Here’s a glimpse of the action:

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