• Tina

    Tina is a public relations manager by profession. In January 2010 she entered the new, adventurous world of motherhood. Every day is a magical new experience, she says. In this column she shares some of her experiences with the readers.


  • Keenjal

    Keenjal Shah is a kindergarten teacher and is pursuing her doctorate in Early Childhood Education. Keenjal's focus lies in establishing and facilitating home-school partnerships with new immigrant parents and parents from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

    Keenjal can be reached via email at
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March 04, 2009


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Welcome back Keenjal!! We missed you. It's great to see you back with your wisdom and insightful posts.


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