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Many bridges to cross: Small treasures

January 8, 2018 Published by

Surviving with limited resources can lead to keeping secrets, as the following episode from my childhood illustrates. At age five I stood peeking over the side of the washtub watching Momma rub Daddy’s shirt up and down on a washboard. After scrubbing for several minutes she put the shirt in...

2018 – What does the future hold?

January 3, 2018 Published by

I don’t have a crystal ball, but I am reading a fabulous book right now called Soonish by Kelly and Zach Weinersmith. My son, who is a biophysicist, purchased it for me. (He was hopeful that I might understand it!) It is written by two scientists/futurists. The book has cartoons...

aha! Process thanks you

December 22, 2017 Published by

Thank you so much for your continued use of aha! Process strategies. We love enabling individuals, institutions, and communities to stabilize and grow resources for all, particularly those in poverty. Find out more about how aha! Process gives back…

Call for presenters: Addressing the Challenges of Poverty 2018

December 20, 2017 Published by

Are you ready to submit your proposal to present at Addressing the Challenges of Poverty? aha! Process is now accepting proposals for presentations for the 2018 conference scheduled for September 23–25 in Atlanta. You can also take advantage of early bird pricing by registering for the conference before February 1. This...

New release! Identify gifted students in every demographic

December 18, 2017 Published by

In this third edition of Removing the Mask, Ellen Williams helps to expand the foundational work of Paul Slocumb and Ruby Payne, which defines the difference between treating students equally and treating them equitably in regard to gifted and talented (GT) programs. Well into the 21st century, student demographics schoolwide are...

Podcast: Bridges Out of Poverty overview

December 15, 2017 Published by

Greetings from Greenville, South Carolina! Bridges Out of Poverty is a lens. It’s how you look at what you do every day in a different way. It helps you to look at economic class and be able to see that systemically, to see the environments of economic class and how...