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TSA Agent Interrogated A Man For Not Having His Passport Because He Was From The District of Columbia!

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Oh you're from the District of Columbia, huh? So, you must be some sort of drug lord, eh? EH?

As most of us who have seen a map of the United States before, our fair country is made up of 50 states and the District of Columbia, our nation's capitol.

Channel 9's Justin Gray was traveling from Orlando to D.C. when he was stopped by a TSA agent who said his D.C. driver's license wasn't valid identification.

Sorry, Washington D.C.! Even if you live in the White House, this TSA agent ain't buying it!

After it became clear that the TSA agent had no clue where the District of Columbia was, he then asked Justin for his passport because he didn't recognize the license.

Of course, because the foreign District of Columbia requires a passport into America!

In a following convo, Justin became aware of the agent's ignorance of what the District of Columbia is, and then Justin told a supervisor after passing though security.

Meanwhile, afterwards a TSA spokesperson contacted him mere minutes after Justin tweeted about the problem to confirm, yes, in fact, a District of Columbia license is an acceptable form of identification:

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U.S. Olympic Gymnast Encourages Kids To Say NO To Underage Drinking!

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Olympian Aly Raisman seems to be everywhere these days!

Either she's providing support, meeting American heroes, or wearing jewelry - the gold medalist gymnast is blowing up these days.

Basically what we're trying to say is that when she speaks - we listen!

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Encourage Your Children To Be Active Listeners!

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Perezito.com's educational expert Dr. Kim Har of Aristotle Circle is back with more advice!

Here's what Dr. Har says:

"Bank Street (Developmental-Interaction Approach)

The Bank Street method is a child-centered approach that encourages children to be active learners primarily through play. The teacher’s role is largely to observe and respond to the activities that children independently initiate.

Reggio-Emilia

Reggio-Emilia curriculum is an integrated and comprehensive approach to learning that encourages children to inquire and investigate the world around them, plan, collaborate, learn, and then apply newly-acquired knowledge elsewhere. The curriculum also emphasizes the importance of family involvement and endeavors to maintain a strong sense of community.

Which method is best for my child?

Depending on factors such as a child’s learning style and personality, there may be one particular curriculum that would be more appropriate than others. For instance, Montessori and Bank Street curricula, with their less-structured classrooms and emphasis on independence, might be a good choice for children who can comfortably initiate their own activities, play independently, and do not seek or require high levels of monitoring from adults.

Alternatively, children who thrive in a more structured environment and require regular guidance from teachers may do well in a High/Scope program. Even within a common curriculum, there can be a great deal of variability; therefore, parents should always visit prospective classrooms to observe the curriculum for themselves."

Yay! Great advice, Doc!

And to get some more parenting and educational tips from Dr. Kim Har, please CLICK HERE.

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Necessary Questions Parents NEED To Be Asking!

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Perezito.com's educational expert Dr. Kim Har of Aristotle Circle has got the questions that parents NEED to be asking.

Dr. Har says:

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