Can One Middle School Student Change the World?


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Children, the saying goes, are the future. In a middle school in New Hampshire, Good shows, that future is looking bright.They write:

At the ripe old age of 9, Dylan Mahalingam formed a non-profit organization to engage children to help meet the UN's Millennium Development Goals.

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