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The City of Tulsa Human Rights Department and partnering agencies are hosting a series of workshops all designed to assist you with how to do business with local governments and private industry. You will gain valuable information, compile documents needed to submit to various certification agencies, and get hands on, step by step assistance from several small business advocates. Remember to share this information within your small business network.
Submitted by Family Reads on Thu, 10/31/2013 - 12:37pm
Read my article in Tulsa Kids (November 2013) about the central message I take to parents around the county: that teaching your child to read is not as important as making your child a reader. The skills of reading aren't worth much if your child doesn't use them. What can parents do from your child's very first days to insure that they will be lifelong readers? The answers may be simpler than you think.