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Mission

  • The mission of Opal School is to strengthen education by provoking fresh ideas concerning environments where creativity, imagination and the wonder of learning thrive.

Especially for parents

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  • Becoming the Parent You Want to Be
  • The Unwritten Rules of Friendship
  • Little Girls Can Be Mean
  • Nurtureshock
  • The Price of Privilege
  • Other People's Children
  • Einstein Never Used Flashcards

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Food for thought

  • "So despite everything, it is permissible to think that creativity or rather learning and the wonder of learning... can serve as the strong point of our work. It is thus our continuing hope that creativity will become a normal traveling companion in our children's growth and development." Loris Malaguzzi

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Books to Support Conversation about Diversity

  • The Colors of Us
  • The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate
  • Elijah of Buxton
  • Fly Away Home
  • Smoky Night
  • Arnie and the New Kid
  • The Story of Ruby Bridges
  • Whoever You Are
  • The Sandwich Swap
  • Claudette Colvin
  • The Other Side
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