Dallas ISD Social Studies Department supports fight against poverty


The Dallas ISD Social Studies Department recognized National Red Nose Day on May 24.

National Red Nose Day was launched in the United Kingdom with the goal of using comedy to raise money and help those leading tough lives. The vision?  Creating a world free from poverty.

The program was launched in America in 2015 and since has raised over $100 million and helped over 8 million children.

Red Nose Day in School provides educators with free resources to help their students understand the issue of child poverty, develop empathy, and inspire them to create positive change.  For more information: https://rednosedayinschool.org/


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