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Summary: A young ‘President’ has filmed a pep talk for students and teachers across the country as the new school year begins. 

If you are looking to watch a cute, yet important video today, make the video embedded in this post high priority. The video depicts a young boy dressed in a suit. He is supposed to be a young President. He talks about education and its importance. The video is a pep talk for teachers and students as the school year begins anew across the country over the next couple of weeks.

  
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The ‘President’ opens the video with the following remarks:

“It’s time to wake up people. This one goes out to teachers, teachers and students.

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It’s time to get our learn on, and we got a lot to learn too. I don’t know it all, but I know a few things. Science. You’re here. You take up space. You matter. It’s just science, man. Don’t be a bully. Don’t even be a bully to the bullies. It just makes more bullies. We can all be awful sometimes, but we can all also be awesome. It’s time to be more awesome, and that’s what it’s time for.”

He then concludes with the following:



“This is for teachers everywhere. So, share it with them. We got to make the world awesome. Somebody is learning from you. I’m out. Get your learn on. We’re making history. I’m gone.”

 

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