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On Picking The Right Graduation Song

When I was graduating from college, there were many details that I was trying to think through and many decisions that I was trying to make, not the least of which was what graduation song I would choose to represent my transition from one season of life to the next. You see, among my family […]

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Motivate Unmotivated Students With These Surprising Motivators

So many youth believe that they are already prepared to live independently, and don’t need anymore training or education will be essential to their future. All these interventions focus on common adult transportation problems. If your youngsters don’t readily have the answers to these adult situations, perhaps they also don’t “know it all” about other […]

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Delightful Ways To Help Kids Love To Learn History

Many parents and teachers have found six steps toward making

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Attire Worn By the People of the City-States of Greece

Often we have to look to our past to understand our future. Considered one of the first great civilizations, Greek culture is studied in depth. This brings us to the subject of the practical attire of the people. This article is about greece, greek, greeks, attire, chitons, civilization, history, archeology, historians, loinclothes Often we have […]

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Virginia Schools Focus on Literacy Problem

Literacy has always been a problem for school systems throughout the United States. In the past, however, the impact was minimal compared to today’s workplace, which requires an ever-higher level of literacy to achieve success. Keywords: Virginia Good reading skills are the foundation for students in any subject. You cannot learn mathematics or science without […]

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Successes of Single-Gender New York Schools Overshadowing Opposition

In the past, even the mention of creating a single-gender public school raised controversy with a wide array of opponents, including women’s organizations. In 1996, the New York schools Article Body: In the past, even the mention of creating a single-gender public school raised controversy with a wide array of opponents, including women’s organizations. In […]

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Some Student Artists in the Ohio Schools Will Apprentice This Summer

With all the education budget cuts during the past decade and a renewed focus on reading and mathematics, the arts have seen many cutbacks and even programs eliminated. Though educators recognize that the arts is an important subject for graduating well-rounded students, the new government requirements do not leave any time or money to underwrite […]

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Connecting The Past To The Present Educational Activities Book

Children will gain an appreciation for the achievements of African Americans throughout our nation’s history with the 14 biographies presented in this book. Includes black pioneers in government, medicine, business, education and more. Introduces contemporary African Americans who are at the top of their professions in these fields. 16 pages. (Grades K-1) Product Size: 16 […]

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On Picking The Right Graduation Song

When I was graduating from college, there were many details that I was trying to think through and many decisions that I was trying to make, not the least of which was what graduation song I would choose to represent my transition from one season of life to the next. You see, among my family […]

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Motivate Unmotivated Students With These Surprising Motivators

So many youth believe that they are already prepared to live independently, and don’t need anymore training or education will be essential to their future. All these interventions focus on common adult transportation problems. If your youngsters don’t readily have the answers to these adult situations, perhaps they also don’t “know it all” about other […]

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Delightful Ways To Help Kids Love To Learn History

Many parents and teachers have found six steps toward making Help Kids Love To Learn History Article Body: Many parents and teachers have found six steps toward making education more fun. They bring history to life by: 1. Visiting an historic home, old churchyard or restored village. 2. Taking a look back at family history. […]

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Attire Worn By the People of the City-States of Greece

Often we have to look to our past to understand our future. Considered one of the first great civilizations, Greek culture is studied in depth. This brings us to the subject of the practical attire of the people. Keywords: greece, greek, greeks, attire, chitons, civilization, history, archeology, historians, loinclothes Article Body: Often we have to […]

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Home Schooling Requirements: Differences In States

education wasn’t allowed in the United States, but when a public court ruled for the Society of Sisters for the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary and allowed them to set up a private school in 1925, public schools weren’t the only institutions providing education to children. This sparked the homeschooling idea and not long […]

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An Overview of the Past of Italy

Winners of the recent World Cup, Italy is once again in the news. The fact Italy won the cup while also suffering the shame of a soccer corruption scandal is typical of this complex country. Keywords: italy, past, rome, haspburgs, pope, Genoa, Florence, Milan, Venice, sicily, muslims, Article Body: Winners of the recent World Cup, […]

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