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School's out for the summer but schoolyard antics are still going strong as far as Lebanese parliament is concerned.To stay calm, I'm going to have to recite that poem like a mantra, in my head, all summer long. As a parent, giving up on summer is not an option.Hundreds of high school and university -aged young adults are hired as councilors to entertain the kids – a perfect way to earn an income and be productive over the summer.Young camp councilors are more fun.Tanya Dernaika is a communications expert, blogger, wife and mother recently repatriated and enjoying the roller coaster that is life in Beirut.
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