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Home Depot Helps Remodel IBA’s Afterschool Space

IBA Staff and volunteers from Home Depot at South Bay Station decided to spend a full day improving the space for our afterschool program located at the Blackstone School. They set out to create a more enjoyable and exciting atmosphere for IBA’s first and second graders. Their goal was to brighten …

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Education

United Way Makes Way for Technology at IBA’s Preschool

Technology in the classroom is a trend that will only increase as the world shifts towards paperless, online, and web-based channels of communication. Studies have shown that children who are not exposed to technology are at a clear disadvantage to those who are. Educators all agree, computer based learning is …

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Who Said Snow Days Are Boring Days?

Who Said Snow Days are Boring Days? Snow days have paralyzed the city of Boston and the region, have caused delays in almost every mode of public transportation, and have left many parents indoors with their children; with very limited options. IBA knows only too well the challenges this can …

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CulturePeople

A Few Minutes with Domingo Barreres

IBA’s La Galería in Villa Victoria Center for the Arts is currently showcasing a group of paintings by Spanish-born, Boston artist Domingo Barreres. The paintings are all part of the exhibit, “Two Spaces in One – Bridging the Distance,” which will be on until February 21. Barreres was born in …

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