In an effort to bolster and expand the understanding of the role education plays in the lives of all Americans, Forest Of The Rain Productions created Living Education eMagazine. It is our goal and our purpose to introduce readers to the multiple aspects that education has in our everyday lives. Through exploration and examination of educational issues germane to parents, students, educators, and political leaders Living Education eMagazine hopes to become a critical component in redefining the economic benefits of an educated society. The primary purpose of Living Education eMagazine is to find unique views and perspectives on education and to provide seldom heard voices with a platform to expand the discussion on the importance of education in our lives everyday. Over the past several months, our editions of Living Education eMagazine have served as a conducit for educators and civic leaders from all over America and Abroad who have aspired to add their voices to the discussion of education. We welcome you to join the conversation and to make Living Education eMagazine a part of your educational conversation. Thanks for all you have done to expand the discussion about the value of education in our everyday lives. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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