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Finding Joy in Teaching Students of Diverse Backgrounds: Culturally Responsive and Socially Just Practices in U.S. Classrooms

“While no check-list of attitudes, dispositions, behaviors, or actions can define what thriving teachers look like, the teachers interviewed here give us powerful examples of what it takes to face their profession with courage, their content with enthusiasm, and their students with love.” -Sonia Nieto One in four public school students in the U.S. now […]

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What Happened on June 21

June 21 is always the 172nd day of the year, unless it’s a leap year in which it is the 173rd day of the year. This is on a Gregorian calendar, which leaves 193 days remaining until January 1st, where a new year beings. June 21 marks the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere and […]

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Treasure Hunt Supports Military Family Scholarships

Treasure hunts are all the rage,

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Military Family Scholarships

Treasure hunts are all the rage,

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Hidden In Plain View – Five Secrets

Hidden in plain view, you can’t even call these “insider secrets,” but you probably still haven’t heard or seen them. Curious? This article is about hidden in plain view, hidden, secrets

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Giving Teens A Boost to Stay In School

One student drops out of high school every nine seconds in America. In response to the widespread national dropout rate, the Ad Council and the U.S. Army are continuing their high school dropout prevention initiative with a new interactive campaign called “Boost.” This article is about Giving Teens A Boost to Stay In

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What Happened on June 21

June 21 is always the 172nd day of the year, unless it’s a leap year in which it is the 173rd day of the year. This is on a Gregorian calendar, which leaves 193 days remaining until January 1st, where a new year beings. June 21 marks the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere and […]

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Treasure Hunt Supports Military Family Scholarships

Treasure hunts are all the rage, Family Scholarships Article Body: Treasure hunts are all the rage, from Disney’s hit film, “National Treasure,” to NBC’s new show, “Treasure Hunters.” This summer, everyone can participate in a treasure hunt and earn a chance to win prizes while donating to a cause: academic scholarships for the children and […]

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Study In Germany – The Best Education Bargain In The World

More and more college-bound students Students who in the United States would be fa… Keywords: Study in Germany, learn German, Study abroad in Germany Article Body: More and more college-bound students from the U.S. and around the world are traveling to Germany to study, some for a semester or a year, but others to pursue […]

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Military Family Scholarships

Treasure hunts are all the rage, Family Scholarships Article Body: Treasure hunts are all the rage, from Disney’s hit film, “National Treasure,” to NBC’s new show, “Treasure Hunters.” This summer, everyone can participate in a treasure hunt and earn a chance to win prizes while donating to a cause: academic scholarships for the children and […]

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Hidden In Plain View – Five Secrets

Hidden in plain view, you can’t even call these “insider secrets,” but you probably still haven’t heard or seen them. Curious? Keywords: hidden in plain view, hidden, secrets Article Body: Have you ever wondered why so many people protest “free trade” agreements? You may have the impression that they are all socialistic in their beliefs. […]

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Giving Teens A Boost to Stay In School

One student drops out of high school every nine seconds in America. In response to the widespread national dropout rate, the Ad Council and the U.S. Army are continuing their high school dropout prevention initiative with a new interactive campaign called “Boost.” Keywords: Giving Teens A Boost to Stay In from increased unemployment, dropouts are […]

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U.S. Census Bureau Daily Feature for February 27: Educational Attainment

WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Following is the daily “Profile America” feature from the U.S. Census Bureau: EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Profile America — Saturday, February 27th. On this date in 1872, America’s third female law student was graduated. But this third was a first. Charlotte Ray was a freeborn African-American, and the first black woman to […]

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Tips on Effective Home Schooling

With mounting concerns about overcrowding and the quality of public

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