MAKE A 2008 TAX-DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTION TO
THE JOSEPH LITTLES-NGUZO SABA CHARTER SCHOOL
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
The Joseph Littles-Nguzo Saba Charter School, in West Palm Beach Florida, is helping children reach new heights from the bottom rung of the educational ladder. The children that populate this school are those whom the Public Schools System has labeled as unable to learn, and allegedly didn't want to teach. Negative labeling and low expectations led to frustrated parents. They have turned to the Joseph Littles-Nguzo Saba Charter School to provide a better future for their children.
This school is the outgrowth of the vision of Amefika Geuka, its founder, first Head Master, and currently, Chairman of the Board of Directors. Grounded in the Nguzo Saba Principles, strong community values, and an unwavering belief in the potential of the children and families served, this school has survived against tremendous odds to be poised to celebrate their 10th Anniversary on January 20, 2009, the date on which this country will inaugurate its first President of African ancestry!
President-elect Barack Obama announced Arne Duncan, the head of the Chicago school system, as Education Secretary, and declared that failing to improve classroom instruction is "morally unacceptable for our children." Among the initiatives supported by the President-elect is a commitment to double the funding for Charter Schools.
"No issue is more pressing than education. ... It is the civil rights issue of our generation,"
Duncan said in brief remarks.
iZania.com is a proud sponsor of this fundraising drive to support the Joseph Littles-Nguzo Saba Charter School, in West Palm Beach Florida. This school is a role model for succeeding against all odds to meet the needs of students and families that the Public School system gave up on. While billion dollar bailouts are being considered for Wall Street, your support is needed to keep the doors open for this school which is helping the least of us.
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