Review of Stand for Children - Washington

Page reviewed 2014-01-14



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Top 5 Posts by Stand for Children - Washington

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2013-12-18 Safe image.php?d=aqchk mloqyrdddt&w=154&h=154& Give these parents a hand! Our first Stand University for Parents class... 200 3 3
2013-12-19 1527064 10152107912632899 1155364004 s Leave a comment to congratulate Donetta and the rest of the graduates... 9 1 14
2013-12-18 Safe image.php?d=aqdneodbp0bqelgo&w=154&h=154& advanced 1%2fjp advanced 1 videosixteenbynine1050 v2 Tacoma & Federal Way Schools are including more students in AP class... 23 2 0
2014-01-08 Safe image.php?d=aqbdzjuk3wtt9r9x&w=154&h=154&url=https%3a%2f%2fscontent frc3%2f1549547 10152150648157899 1646407672 n "Education is the only surefire way to eradicate poverty." -- ... 15 1 1
2014-01-04 1510552 10152142785137899 1403745145 s Our New Year's resolution is to ensure that more Washington students... 17 0 1

Unanswered Posts by Others - Stand for Children - Washington

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2013-12-22 Schools need more resources to make up for the gap poverty creates. ... 0
2013-12-10 A true story of Syria This child’s name is Wasim Zakkor. He is Syrian. His father and mother... 0
2013-11-25 There are 27,390 homeless students attending Washington's public sch... 0