Metro Atlantans are invited to get a closer look at UNICEF’s work on behalf of children at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, through the agency’s Southeast Speaker Series.
Things that we take for granted — clean water, abundant food, shelter, vaccines, schools — are a luxury for kids in developing nations. To prove this point and show Atlantans how they can help, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF will host the UNICEF Experience at Atlanta’s Georgia Public Broadcasting Studios on April 29. “It doesn’t […]
Greater Atlanta has an abundance of independent schools all dedicated to providing the education needed for students to get into top colleges and universities. Here is a roundup of some of the area’s finest. Atlanta Country Day School Atlanta Country Day School targets students in grades seven through 12, who haven’t experienced academic success in […]
Entrusting your children to someone else’s care is a major decision many parents have to make. And while it’s necessary, the process of determining who will watch over your child is not always easy. It takes a lot of time and research to navigate through the offerings. To help make the search a little less […]
By Suzanne Wright Aaah, summer … it starts off so promising. About two weeks into the stickiest season, a chorus of whining “I’m bored,” and “there’s nothing to do!” begins, continuing on an incessant loop until school is back in session. And, let’s face it: summer can be expensive, with a seemingly endless stream of […]