How schools are saving the world

The International School for Boys is saving the planet.

In its first year of operation, the institution in southern England is a model for schools across the world.

Its founder, Paul Smith, is now in his 40s.

He has been teaching at the school since 1974 and its motto is “I teach you to live life with joy and a purpose.”

He is also a mentor for the school, and it is his job to keep the school on track.

Smith has set aside $2.3 billion to pay for the costs of his institution, and to support local and international schools.

He also has his own school, a boarding school and a day care center.

Smith is not a wealthy man.

He is worth about $1 billion, and he says he wants to use his fortune to promote education and to help children.

“It’s a great way for me to help kids who are trying to break out of poverty,” Smith said.

“It has given me a lot of money that I could spend on my own, or if I had more time and I could do something to help people, like to help my wife and kids.”

Smith said he is very much involved in his school’s work, and that it is the kind of work that the world has become accustomed to, and has a great legacy.

The school’s first class is now 18.

The program has about 100 staff members.

It also operates a mobile classroom that has been modified so that students can walk across the street without getting in trouble.

Smith said the school has had to spend $300,000 renovating the school building in order to make it work.

“We were trying to be very clever with it,” he said.

“We didn’t want to build the school in the middle of the park so that it could get knocked down.”

The building is now surrounded by a metal fence.

But in the coming years, Smith hopes to build a “high-tech” building that will allow students to live at home while they study.

This is an educational project.

I want to encourage the kids to do this, and I want them to know that the money they spend here is for them.

It will give them a future, and they will have a great future.

To get the word out about Smith’s school, The New York Times ran a front-page story in August, asking “Is Paul Smith’s International School a Model for Schools Worldwide?”

The newspaper said Smith has spent $2 billion to build his institution.

He and his family own an investment company that invests in companies like Amazon.

And they are the biggest investor in the world’s most popular mobile phone app, Uber.

Smith is not an ordinary person.

He was born in Scotland, and raised in a conservative part of England.

He said his father, a banker, taught him how to be an entrepreneur.

He studied engineering at Oxford, but Smith left the university in his 20s, moved to New York, and eventually opened his own company, a start-up that helped businesses create more efficient products.

When he was 19, he went to a school where he had to learn how to play piano.

He left after three years and worked as a security guard in a strip club.

His father took him to the U.S. in the early 1990s, and the two became friends.

But Smith said he was not interested in working in a restaurant or bar.

Instead, he decided to get a business degree.

He went to business school at Yale and became an investment banker.

He graduated in 2005 with a B.A. in economics.

He went on to a Masters in finance and became a partner in investment bank Merrill Lynch.

After working there for a decade, Smith joined his father’s investment bank, Morgan Stanley.

In 2010, Smith founded Smith Advisory Group, which helps companies develop innovative business ideas and then launch them.

That same year, he opened his first office in London, in a former textile factory.

Smith said that the firm now has nearly a million clients around the world and that he has received more than $10 million in investment.

He said he believes that if he can build a sustainable company, he will be able to help students and other students, too.

I want to be a catalyst for the world,” he says.

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