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Darrian Tanner
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High School English Teacher, Founder of Girls Are Gems, Inc.
High School English Teacher, Founder of Girls Are Gems, Inc.

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That Trip To Atlanta
It's been a while since I traveled out of Florida for an event,
and I am beyond happy that I did. Those of you who follow me on
Instagram (@teachmstanner) know about the awesome group of Atlanta
entrepreneurs (The Black Wall Street Tour) under the leader...

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Top 5 On The Summer Reading List
     We are well into the summer (back to school season soon), and we are currently in the 3rd Quarter of the Year!!! Summer is certainly the season to get the majority of your reading done.     There is more treasure in books than all the pirate's loot on ...

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Girls And Tea
      It has been a long time goal of mine to host a tea party for Girls Are Gems. One of the biggest reasons why I wanted to host a tea party specifically was because I wanted to give the girls a new, sophisticated way of looking at life through conversat...

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The Great Thing About Bringing Guest Speakers into The Classroom
           Before I became a teacher, I use to always envision myself having guest speakers and storytellers come into the classroom for different purposes. Whatever the purpose may be, it was to advance the students. Throughout the years, it was a rather c...

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That Slim Girl Over There
       Years ago, I walked into Barnes and Noble, and I was on a mission. I was tired of dealing with the 'You so skinny' jokes and 'Girl you need to put some meat on them bones' statements. So I decided that I was going to go on a weight gain journey. Duri...

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The Classroom As A Refuge
     Everyday millions of kids are being bussed to local schools with the hopes of being a part of an environment where learning is relevant and supported. Many, many years ago, people proudly walked miles to school because they understood the value of educ...

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