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  • Sandy Creek V-wall
    Ego-driven educators, cheated students
    Already at an extreme disadvantage financially, Native American youth are being forced into permanent underclass status by exorbitant tuitions and a feudalistic attitude toward education.A hundred years of social and economic progress begun by...
  • Dartmouth College
    Hard alcohol ban comes to Dartmouth College
    A hard alcohol ban has come to Dartmouth College. It’s a bold move by the school, as the alcohol is seen as a contributing factor to sexual assaults on campus. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal on Thursday (Jan. 29), the...
  • Angela Parrino (in yellow) writes children's books based on health themes.
    Author Interview: Angela Parrino
    Reading is an integral part of a child’s education as is learning about the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Thus, when storybooks incorporate the values of health into their plotlines, children benefit from both the...
  • Teach a man to fish...
    A college student’s perspective concerning the autism spectrum
    The following is an article written by Matt Bolton, a sophomore college student from Brooksville, FL. He posted it at his blog site yesterday. I am reposting it with a preface because of its importance.Matt has served (and continues to serve) as...
  • Fingerprint talks the future of edutainment and educational games for children
    Fingerprint talks the future of edutainment and educational games for children
    A new form of video entertainment is starting to take hold on the industry. Though the platform has existed for many years, the popularity of mobile and smart devices has provided a boon for this up and coming market. Educational games have been...
  • Top five myths about homeschooling
    Top five myths about homeschooling
    Homeschooling is a good choice for many families. It has been used by God to help many children. But it is fraught with myths about its own past, present and future. Here are the top five myths. Beware, you just might have to rethink what you'...
  • Online Course
    So, your thinking about taking an online course
    If you’re considering taking an online course then you should read this article. There are many different people and many different reasons for taking an online course. You could be an older gentleman who is considering a new line of work,...
  • Teacher fired for giving student a Bible gets justice
    Teacher fired for giving student a Bible gets justice
    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has ruled in favor of a New Jersey teacher who was fired for giving a student a Gideon Bible. Walt Tutka, a substitute teacher at Phillipsburg Middle School in thePhillipsburg (New Jersey) School...
  • Obama discusses foreign relations with press
    Obama proposes tax system reforms to build stronger middle class
    In Washington, D.C. on Saturday the Obama administration announced a proposal to bring greater fairness to the nation’s tax code by eliminating unfair tax loopholes exploited by wealthy Americans and corporations while at the same time...
  • Baraka
    The education divide in Newark, Part 1
    Last May, Newark elected Ras Baraka its next mayor. He represented a shifting focus for the city from its previous 8 years largely under the guidance of then-Mayor and U.S. Senator Cory Booker. One of the most contentious areas for debate in the...
  • A 'Rescue' by any other name
    A 'Rescue' by any other name
    There is little support for those who abandon pets and there is pretty much no excuse for doing so. When adopting a pet, it is like a new member of the family, and the respect shown to that pet should be the same. After all, they did not ask to be...
  • Governor Hickenlooper
    Governor Hickenlooper's State of the State Address focuses on economy, budget
    Governor John Hickenlooper delivered Colorado’s State of the State address Thursday, most of which focused on the economy. He also mentioned wanting more money for several projects, mostly for education, welfare, and infrastructure concerns...
  • Obama's la-la land needs $68 billion more to succeed
    Obama's la-la land needs $68 billion more to succeed
    In the latest bold move to ask Congress for an aditional seven percent to add to the budget, President Obama clearly shows he is still living in la-la land. This amounts to another $68 billion being added to the 2016 budget just as the government...
  • Revamp  NCLB, yes for tests, but a new law might be best
    NCLB revamp , yes for tests, but a new law might be best
    On Monday January 12, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan gave a speech at an elementary school in Washington, D.C., where he laid out the president's stance on the nation's largest federal education law, No Child Left Behind NCLB)...
  • Paul LFandGC
    Rand Paul visits New Hampshire: Talks Second Amendment and Education
    Today Senator Rand Paul held a whirlwind tour around New Hampshire. He visited with several different groups including 2nd Amendment activists at Londonderry Fish & Game Club and education activists at the Founder’s Academy in Manchester...