Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, lead partner in Arkansas for the No Kid Hungry campaign, is a non profit collaborative network of more than 520 hunger relief organizations across Arkansas. Our founding members include the Arkansas Foodbank in Little Rock, the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas in Jonesboro, Harvest Regional Food Bank in Texarkana, Food Bank of North Central Arkansas in Norfork, Northwest Arkansas Food Bank in Bethel Heights and River Valley Regional Food bank in Fort Smith. The Alliance is a collaborative organization that works on behalf of Arkansans facing hunger..
“This dual went back and forth and the momentum was switching back and forth, which is not what you want as a coach; you want to be in the driver’s seat and keep momentum on your side,” Kolat said. “But this was back and forth the entire way, so everybody’s got to stay sharp and as a staff you’ve got to keep the guys on the bench, you want to keep them where they’re not getting too anxious. You want to save that energy for once you step out there and compete.”.
The two day a week hybrid model, with its implicitly smaller class sizes, was created to get kids back into the classroom before a vaccine was available. Inept school boards kept delaying the end of this temporary measure. Now, after it has been done for so long, it is being deceptively embraced as the post vaccine ideal.
Making cartoon films is a potentially valuable teaching approach but the lack of a suitable software tool to support this aspiration limits its viability. Existing software tools do reference the learning of communication skills as one of their features but they do not see this as a major learning objective.The aim of this thesis is to investigate three hypotheses based around the concept of using cartoon animation as a tool to enhance learning of communication. The first of these is that film production software which gives children control of character animation design may significantly stimulate their interest in exploring how to express their feelings.
Rare witness accounts are illuminating the toll of the shadowy conflict in Tigray, which is largely cut off from the world as fighting enters a fourth month in a region of 6 million people. Ethiopian forces and allied fighters pursue the fugitive former leaders of Tigray who long dominated Ethiopia’s government. Each side sees the other as illegitimate after last year national elections were delayed and Tigray defiantly held its own..