A headteacher has warmed hearts after opening a kinyozi, Swahili word for a barbershop, in his school so as to have more bonding time with his students.
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Terrance Newton, a principal at Werner Elementary School, United States, is personally cutting his learners' hair as a way to connect with them in a casual setting.
According to Delaware Online, the young boys get an exquisite barbershop experience since there are clippers, brushes, an actual barber's chair and a cape.
Newton also allows students to sit and wait for each other as their hair gets trimmed where they also chit chat.
The school received the National Green Ribbon Award for its work in recycling, saving energy, water and growing own food.
In a separate story, a woman from the US has become a source of strength and inspiration after she rose through the ranks from a cleaner to an assistant school principal.
Pam Talbert, who once worked as a school janitor, mixed hard work and perseverance to rise to a booming career as an assistant principal.
According to WBRZ, the mother of three had a learning disability that had not been diagnosed but this did not stop her from achieving her dreams.
In other news, Ghanaian writer and art historian, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim, has been appointed by the University of Oxford to the Advisory Council of the University’s Cultural Programme.
According to Dailymailgh.com, Nana Ofosuaa Oforiatta Ayim's role of the Advisory Council will be to advise, guide and inform and to bring external perspectives from across the spectrum of culture.
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