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This is another version that I use animation tool.
But it's not complete.
Is it OK to continue such that way?
This is a very good interpretation of the idea expressed inthis article. However, I'd like to see you try another version. In the top part use one of the photos of a youth and volunteer sitting together.
The idea I'm trying to communicate is that when people come to tutoring, or when they look at a tutor/mentor session, they only see people sitting at desks talking to each other, doing homework, working on computers, etc. They don't think of all of the different activities (infrastructure) and funding that it takes for the program to support these connections.
Can you try another version of this to see if it get's closer to that idea? Thank you.
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