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Did You Know? 5 October is World Teacher’s Day

Since 1994, 5 October has observed World Teacher’s Day, a significant global commemoration. It has been proven that teachers are not only influencers of education, but of entire cultures and societies. The empowerment and status of teachers are directly proportional to the national development of a nation.

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Did You Know? Today is Gandhi’s Birthday

Celebrate the life of our corporate icon and spiritual guide by clicking here.

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Did You Know? Florence Ndagire is the First Visually Impaired Lawyer in Uganda

Florence Ndagire is the first visually impaired lawyer serving in Uganda, “a country that though modern in many ways, does not often create educational curricula and materials for the visually impaired.”

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Did You Know? Success Came to Many of These Famous Names Later in Life

Success often appears to be a race against time. Many have proven to carve a name for themselves in history at a young age.

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Did You Know? Sundar Pichai is Google’s New CEO

This week, the online world flipped when Google announced that it would be transferring its multiple projects under a larger company called Alphabet.

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Did You Know? We Can Learn from JK Rowling’s Rags-to-Riches Life Story

Celebrating her 50th birthday today is JK Rowling, British novelist known for the best-selling book series in history, Harry Potter.

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Did You Know? A Soda Company’s Campaign Honours Ramadan by Removing Labels

In honour of Muslims all over the world currently observing the sacred month of Ramadan, soda brand Coca-Cola launched the social experiment “Remove Labels This Ramandan” with a campaign project named “Let’s Take an Extra Second”.

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Did You Know? Behind Helen Keller’s Legacy was Lifelong Mentor Anne Sullivan

 

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Did You Know? Global Innovations Can Come from Kids, Too!

 

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Did You Know? R&B Star Has Pledged to Empower Africa with Solar Energy

People around the world may know Senegalese-American Aliaune Damala Bouga as the platinum-record R&B singer Akon, but for now he has set aside his musical projects for a much greater cause.

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