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  1. About the Curriculum

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/introduction/about-curriculum

    Project KIND  (  K eys to  I mprovement for  N ecessary  D evelopment) is a universal research-based preschool and kindergarten classroom curriculum designed to increase students' school success by building social and emotional competence and self re ...

  2. Authors

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/introduction/authors

    The Community Solutions Association, a program of Compass Family & Community Services, is the original developer of Project KIND. The Raymond John Wean Foundation is the primary financial contributor to the initial creation and development of Project ...

  3. Introduction

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/introduction

    Project KIND Project KIND is an early childhood prevention education life skills curriculum designed for preschool and kindergarten students. The goal of the program is: To enhance student success in school and life by promoting social, emotional, and beh ...

  4. Teacher Testimonial

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/teacher-testimonial

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  5. Pre and Post-Assessment

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/pre-and-post-assessment

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  6. Lessons

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/introduction/about-curriculum/lessons

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  7. Kindness Corner

    https://fcs.osu.edu/projectkind/introduction/kindness-corner

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  8. Quicken for Farm Record Keeping

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/quicken-farm-record-keeping

    Limited to 10 spaces Cost $50.00 Flyer ...

  9. NEW Private Fertilizer Certification

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/new-private-fertilizer-certification

    Register at go.osu.edu/newfert   Cost $30   ...

  10. The Contemporary Relevance of Historic Black Land Loss

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/events/contemporary-relevance-historic-black-land-loss

    At the close of the Civil War, Black Americans owned very little farmland but began acquiring it at a rapid pace, so that by 1910, Black farmers owned more than 16 million acres. This, however, would be the peak of Black farmland ownership in the United S ...

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