Inshirah Jihad

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Parent

Atlanta, Georgia

Inshirah Jihad is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and attended Atlanta Public Schools from K-12. She graduated from Booker T. Washington High School in 2006. She continued her education at Georgia State University. Inshirah studied Business Administration/ Marketing with a concentration in entrepreneurship.

While continuing her education, she opened her own marketing company named Mirror Image Solutions Group, LLC. Although being a business owner is challenging, being a single parent to an active, intelligent, and inquisitive 6 year old is by far her best achievement.

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Posted June 6, 2017

You Shouldn’t Have to Hire a Realtor When You’re Looking for a Good School

I thought I was ready. How hard could school enrollment be? Well, what if I told you the real parenting…

By Inshirah Jihad

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Posted Nov. 11, 2019

While We Get Lost in the Wrong Arguments, Too Many of Our Kids Aren’t Ready for the Future

As a Generation Xer, I was sold the dream in the 1990s that one day we would all telecommute to work, execute our daily duties…

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Posted Nov. 11, 2019

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Posted Nov. 5, 2019

It’s Time for Chicago and Its Teachers Union to Collaborate and Win for Kids

After 11 days on the picket line, Chicago public school teachers are back at work and there’s plenty of chest-beating and navel-gazing underway.  Speculation is…

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