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An often-cited African saying states that "it takes a village to raise a child". Raising our children in schools necessitates our attending not only to the content of their books and projects, but to the processes of the development of their minds and their hearts, and to the interconnectedness of those elements. This complex responsibility takes not only the actions of a village, but thinking as a village, an interconnected whole, whose areas of expertise, thought, and intervention blend anddoi:10.5926/arepj1962.47.0_9 fatcat:p3nonfdhsnerhhau5ug4mhizba