Quijote’s Angels

Published on September 01, 2021, 5:21 pm
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Remember Charlie’s Angels? I hope you do. Quijote’s Angels is not a television show, but it will help the Bronx and people in other Spanish speaking communities to study the fastest way to obtain the high school equivalency as people learn the things that they do not know.

As a GED teacher in New York City, Martin Danenberg sent a student to take the test after only four hours in class and he did the same thing as professor del Consulado de El Salvador. He has helped deported youth who returned to Argentina with their parents to earn a GED in that country and quickly attend the university. He has helped Dominicans and others obtain a career quickly by providing help, fast help. Quijote’s Angels count on the support of the United Bodegas of working with Radhames Rodriguez and Frank Marte of the Bodega and Small Business Association. The goals for our communities are education and greater RESPECT for each other.

Right now this program needs about three bilingual students who will be taught how to teach the course. “El Quijote del GED” is also looking for that well-known high school student who was helping students learn math. Please help Quijote find him.

Have you read Martin’s article What Dominicans Should Know? Click here. Do a search of Latino Lives Matter as well which was published in Jewish Business News in Israel.

Martin Danenberg “El Quijote del GED” held his first GED Roundtable in the office of ASPIRA of New York and then collaborated with ASPIRA in a GED Roundtable in the Rotunda of the Bronx Supreme Court on the Grand Concourse.

Visit his website where he has set up a new page for Quijotes Angels. You can see links there to help you get started today toward your fast study of TASC-HSE and other high school equivalency tests.

Contact martin@mygedhotline.com.

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