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Question: Is it possible for a team of gifted educators and students to create the worlds most perfect island? I am leading a team of STEM student backpack journalists to the Cabo Verde Islands off the coast of Africa. I am recruiting gifted and talented teachers and students to join me. We are going to work as a team to build the worlds most perfect island. Our job is to base our work on the Santa Luzia uninhabited Cabo Verde Island in the Atlantic Ocean. We are using custom software on our iPads, iPhones, iTouches, Mac's and PC's to complete our project. On April 15, 2011, I will travel to Africa to speak to 600 educators, business leaders, and citizens of the Cabo Verde Islands. In May, 2011, I will meet with the University of Cabo Verde to establish Kids Talk Radio on nine islands. We are asking our teachers and students to participate as interns, consultants and backpack journalists. We have created the necessary websites to help with communication. Super School University was designed to make it possible for educators and students from around the world to conduct project based learning as an international group. Our goal is to work with the worlds most creative and talented teachers and students. Teachers and students work in Super School University Departments. You get to pick the department you want to work in. Super School University: Jr. Medical School Jr. Law School Jr. Business School Jr. Engineering School Jr. Mathematics School Jr. Urban Planning School Jr. Music School Jr. Art School Kids Talk Radio Super School Teen TV Super School Press Youth World News We know that you will have lots of questions. Our websites will help you to understand where we are going with "The Tenth Island Project". This project is designed for teachers that love to teach and student that love to learn. It is our way of getting everybody excited about STEM. You can follow our story at the following websites: www.KidsTalkRadioUSA.com and www.KidsTalkRadioLA.com