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Learning as We Grow

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Learning as We Grow is a podcast hosted by kids for kids with a little help from our parents. Each episode we chat with interesting people doing interesting things in our hometown of Washington, DC. </p> <p>Washington, DC is the nation’s capital, and a lot of people here work for the government or work to change government. We want to learn about them and the work they do. </p> <p>But Washington is about more than just politics. It’s a city of teachers, scientists, small business owners, chefs, artists and community leaders. It’s a city where people find and follow their passions through work as much as outside of work.</p> <p>This is our city. We’re proud to live here and excited to talk to the fascinating people we count as our friends and neighbors.
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Why preserve traditional arts and crafts? In this episode, Learning as We Grow speaks meets with Rose Holdorf of Minnesota's North House Folk School.
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Why are the Great Lakes so Great? On this episode, Learning as We Grow speaks to Chris Gillcrist of the National Museum of the Great Lakes in Toledo, Ohio.
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The first graders wanted to interview one of their teachers, Jackie Roche
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This is an interview with Brad Fitch, president and CEO of the Congressional Management Foundation
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Kristen is the Executive Director of Girls on the Run DC
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Ken Stern is the CEO of Palisades Media Ventures and former CEO of NPR
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The kids interview Robb and Violeta, the couple who own the Dolcezza gelato chain
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Kevin Marinacci is the CEO of Fabretto, a non-profit working with underserved kids in Nicaragua
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Bob Lowry is a banker, karate instructor, and mountain climber
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An interview with Matt Gardner, a Senior Fellow at ITEP, about what taxes are and why we need them.
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Interview with Kristin Scotchmer, Executive Director of Mundo Verde PCS
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