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10 Tips for Creating a Flu Free Zone at School
Martha Dewey Bergren DNS, RN, BC. with  guest host Amy Garcia


pic It's that time of year again where defending our children and schools from influenza becomes a top priority. Our guests today offer an array of insights, strategies, tactics and tools to help you make your school a flu free zone.
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Duncan"There are no jobs out there today for high school drop outs. There are almost no jobs if you just have a high school diploma. Some form of higher education has to be the goal of every single child in this country."

Arne Duncan  U.S.Secretary of Education

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