GAUSE Educational Network, LLC

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GAUSE Educational Network, LLC, wants to engage students, champion literacy and accelerate learning. Led by Jacqueline Gause, the organization recently published Friendship in Any Language. This book highlights young friends reaching out and learning about cultural differences.

Jacqueline Gause is the founder and CEO of GAUSE Educational Network, LLC. She has extensive experience in teaching, developing curricula, and is now working in the United Arab Emirates and in the United States. Her knowledge of international expat realities informs her work, and she is passionate about children receiving the best possible education they can.

 

KDSL Global had a chance to connect with Gause. Here are her answers to questions about her organization and vision, in her own words:

In the future, is GAUSE going to expand into other literacy areas, like hosting conferences? Or will it stay in publishing alone?

GAUSE Educational Network, LLC has a desire to expand in the future in numerous ways. We are an education and publishing company built for scholars of all ages. The company serves passionately to champion literacy. The aim and mission of the company is to provide scholars and educational practitioners with support, products, and skills to develop literacy confidence.

 

What is the vision for GAUSE’s books?

One important aspect of GAUSE Educational Network, LLC books are to foster a sense of cultural responsiveness, diversity and promote a love of literacy for scholars of all ages. The company’s first book is Friendship in Any Language. This is a children’s book about the challenges and successes of making and sustaining friendships.

 

Do you plan on having GAUSE’s books translated into and published in other languages?

GAUSE Educational Network, LLC books may be published in different languages in the future.

 

To learn more about GAUSE Educational Network, LLC please visit http://gause-ednetwork.com/.

 

 

Kate O’Neil
KDSL Global Intern
Website: http://www.kdslglobal.com
Twitter: @KDSL07
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Meet our KDSL Global Intern: Kate O’Neil

While obtaining an MBA and working part-time, Kate O’Neil is parlaying her previous digital role experience to interning at KDSL Global. After receiving a B.A. with honors in history from McGill University, she did some graduate work both in Montreal and at Syracuse University. She began traveling as a child, and is an art history enthusiast. After taking on a few internships and jobs as a digital assistant, she began an MBA at UMASS Amherst. She has published in art history and in poetry, but is excited to take this opportunity to do more business focused work.