Rachel Womack

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Rachel shares good news stories in education. She likes to read them and tell them, and she likes to know what makes people tick. Rachel works with the Education World Forum, the world’s largest gathering of education ministers, along with non-profit associations and charities specializing in creativity, education and related areas, helping them to raise awareness of vital issues such as sustainability and equality. Rachel began her career as a journalist handling local news in the north of England before moving into education communications. She believes that education links us all, and that it's the best tool to fight inequality and effect positive change.

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Gradient offers cooling and heating with a lower energy footprint

Gradient offers cooling and heating with a lower energy footprint

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12 Creative Ways to Use Citrus Peels

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