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“Educating children is a complex task that can appear daunting and overwhelming.  Learn Forward invites simplicity into our practice by focusing on the 5 most important journeys of a child, reminding the Educator of what truly matters most!”

Janine Draper, Teacher,
Willowstone Academy, Kelowna, BC