De KALB – Mark Canaday was in the grips of the illness that would eventually take his life, but nurses marveled at his strength, and how he rallied when it mattered.
The love he has for his boys is amazing." Canaday died Monday, after battling esophageal cancer since he was diagnosed in February 2014.The summer after he earned his master's degree in criminal justice at St.Ambrose University, they began a 25-year marriage, and Mark landed the first of many jobs in which he'd foster student camaraderie, discipline and, ultimately, enrichment. Every college he went to, he was the police liaison, in addition to working in housing." He began at Northern Illinois University, where Chad is about to start studying accounting as a freshman, as a hall director, and rose to the role of assistant director of housing, as well as judicial community standards.UNICEF is also constructing hundreds of boreholes and latrines.In addition to the training of teachers, UNICEF is also providing teaching and learning materials, with millions of reading books and teachers’ guides distributed across the country.He left a legacy among the state universities' housing community, and was a catalyst for Kiwanis Club, Barb Boosters and Christ the Teacher Parish Newman Center.
When Amy met Mark Mark Canaday met Amy Carr while they were attending Culver Stockton College in Canton, Missouri.
This week, global leaders are meeting in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to look at progress in education over the last 15 years, and to chart the way forward for a powerful new education agenda.
As co-convener of the World Education Forum, which takes place 19–22 May, UNICEF is calling for a fair chance to learn for every child, particularly the most vulnerable.
“Everyday I revise my lessons under the tree over there, because of the light,” says Ahmad as he points at the tree near his house.
“We do not have light at home, and it is the last place to get dark.
Despite recent improvements, primary school enrolment rate remains low, quality education is lacking, and girls are especially disadvantaged.