November and December

While I am trying my best to manage the curriculum, activities, and events of Gyaan Ghar from my computer and telephone in Washington, D.C., I also realize that I, sitting here, cannot fully control every aspect of the learning center. However, I believe that loss of control is a reasonable price to pay to ensure that the school runs smoothly. I believe it important to empower those running the center locally, allowing them to have a stake in our decisions.

That being said, Radhika and I continue to collaborate in brainstorming ideas to promote balanced development, including lessons in public speaking and speech delivery.

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