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Short documentary participation request

Script idea:
EFECLLC is proud to present a short documentary on contributors leading into the 21st century education and the timeline of Who's Who in Global Education. These contributors are educators from around the world. We began with:

Early Childhood (e.g: Maria Montessori timeline leading into the 21st century).........Leaders in EducationPsychology EducationScience EducationMathematics EducationTechnology EducationBusiness EducationSports EducationSocial Science & languages
The script requirements:
Provide an loadable database  featuring educators from around the globe contributions leading into the 21st Century. This should be a 3-6mins documentary. This may include, not limited to improving the script, providing permissible pictures, video clips & citations.

The profile may feature background of people from around the world who paved the way for the 21st Century Educational institutions and or contributed countries (e.g.):

 United States of AmericaPuerto Rico  Virgin …

Academic Enrichment Center-Shadowing

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Who: efecllc-Consultants



What: Established an innovative Academic Enrichment Center


Where: Onsite


When: By appointment


How: Shadow by appointment for a reasonable consulting rate



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Residence Hall ABC of EFECLLC

The ABC's of EFECLLC Residence Hall

Accountable mindset is valuable.

Blessed to bless.

Clean after self collectively.

Due date for rent is the 1st of every month.

Energy saving is good.

Forgive always.

Gratefulness is good.

Hierarchy that work for us: (mutual understanding to mutual consent).

Individualism is meant for differences in choices.

Jolly time is meant to shared openly.

Kindness is appreciated.

Love one another.

Mind your own business.

Network wisely.

Absolutely no intentional damages.

Pay more earn more.

Question the unknown timely.

Recycle on Thursday nights for collection.

Show respect for shared spaces.

Trustworthiness create opportunities.

Understand individual differences is vital.

Value progress for happiness, joy, peace and laughter.

Wisdom work.

Xenophil characteristic is a plus.

Yard maintenance is a reflection of your success with the environment.

Zealous about the future.




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Educare For Exceptional Children, LLC

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Educare For Exceptional Children (EFEC), LLC Contact

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5 Strategies for Creating Success at Educare For Exceptional Children, (EFECLLC)

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An Introduction to the 5 Strategies for Creating Success  · Rebuilding the Infrastructure for Success · A Reformed Education through Environmental Education and Memberships · Joining the Cloud, Mobility, and Productivity of the Digital Transformation Arena · Raising Global Awareness in Leadership Consultancy, Professional Development, and Educational Coaching · Global Philanthropy Engagement and Formation of Partnerships

Educare For Exceptional Children, (EFECLLC) LLC’s greatest strategies for creating success focused on accountability, transparency, and trust. EFEC incorporated in 2002 in New York State, established as a preschool special education services to address special needs children. EFEC embarked with a motto to “Maximizing Your Child’s Potential.” The driven ramifications for the adoption of that motto are based on the principle of servitude leadership in education, teacher empowerment, students’ engagement, and parental involvement.
In Special Needs Children
EFECLLC’s framew…