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The Baylor Impact is published quarterly by the Baylor School of Education.

The Baylor Impact
School of Education
Baylor University
One Bear Place #97304
Waco, TX 76798-7304

(254) 710-3111
BaylorImpact@baylor.edu


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Volume 1 Number 1

Welcome
Dr. Rogers
Welcome to the inaugural issue of the School of Education's communique. The Baylor Impact. Each quarter, we want to share with you stories about how our students, faculty, staff, and alumni are investing themselves in the lives of others: "from action comes impact."
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Features

In the F1rst Person: Katy Balthazar's Full Story

When I was looking at colleges I was unsure as to what major I would pursue. I knew it would either be education or social work, and I would want to work with kids.
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Baylor In Brazil

Tropical beaches…brightly colored parrots…samba music…warm, friendly people. Brazil’s reputation as a vacation paradise draws worldwide attention. But there’s another side of Brazil that tourists can easily miss:
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Heading to the Principal's Office

Looking to move from his position in the Wac oIndependent School District as an instructional technology specialist into administration, Alfredo Loredo, now principal of César Chávez, took the first steps to furthering his education in 1995.
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Two for One

The Dual Certificate Accelerated Program (DCAP) is designed for candidates seeking two certificates: one at the EC-4 level and one in gifted and talented education (GT). This program is the only one in Texas and one of few programs nationally that offers a GT certificate at the undergraduate level.
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How to Get Involved

Under the leadership of President John M. Lilley, Baylor is establishing a campus-wide culture of philanthropy.
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In This Issue

•  Welcome
•  In the F1rst Person: Katy Balthzar's Full Story
•  Baylor in Brazil
•  Heading to the Principal's Office
•  Two for One
•  How to Get Involved

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