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to impart knowledge and skill to

to impart information to

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AM: How do you educate growers about products and environmental stewardship?
There can be a great disparity between what someone thinks it costs to educate their child and what other people think it costs to educate their child.
Through the drink smart[R] responsibility platform, Beam Global educates consumers on how to make responsible decisions about alcohol and reminds them of four basic principles: 1) if you're under 21, don't drink; 2) if you're of legal purchase age and choose to drink, do so in moderation; 3) never drive drunk and 4) if you can't drink responsibly - don't drink at all.
Should these countersuits develop, it would further delay any improvements in the way the school district educates children with disabilities.
Ayiti: The Cost of Life uses the location of Haiti to educate players about the obstacles to education faced by children in developing countries.
Produce for Kids - an organization that seeks to educate kids on the benefits of eating fruits and vegetables so they can have healthier lifestyles - announced today that it has teamed up with health expert Dr.
The donor's close ties to Concord, and a desire to support an initiative that educates young people about philanthropy, prompted the gift.
An interactive product finder that educates consumers on which rechargeable batteries and accessories are right for them, depending on usage, devices and individual lifestyle.
In addition, EEEC helps educate business owners on California's employment laws and their responsibilities, and educates employees on their rights as workers.
The Citigroup Foundation is pleased to extend our relationship with Junior Achievement to become the signature supporter of Banks in Action, a program that educates and challenges young people to become better citizens and consumers," said Chip Raymond, President of the Citigroup Foundation.
Now in its second year, the program educates firefighters and their communities about the risks of heart attacks and other heart-related dangers.