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  • Torn up American flag
    White students reject attempted conservative indoctrination
    Protests of a kind much more civilized than those seen in Ferguson, Missouri took place this past week at a school district in Arvada, Colorado. The protesting students, almost all of whom are White, were voicing their displeasure at an attempt by...
  • Take a deep breath, it's only back-to-school stress
    Take a deep breath, it's only back-to-school stress
    The peer pressure, the term papers, the school tuition! It’s enough to make any collegiate cry, “Calgon, take me away!” But since today’s students are too young to recall the vintage commercial, they’re more likely to...
  •  Follow-up to FLDOE presentation in Martin County:  The Perfect Brainstorm in 3-D
    Follow-up to FLDOE presentation in Martin County: The Perfect Brainstorm in 3-D
    Previously billed as a "must see and participate in for Martin County", The Perfect Brainstorm in 3-D debuted at Martin County High School in Stuart on Monday, August 15 to an audience of approximately 100-125 parents and community...
  • Writing Services
    Students use writing services. Time to sound the alarm?
    Students, the future of our nation.Who will lead the country forward? Students. Who will achieve more than we could? - Students. Who will take care after us when we’re old? - Students.However, today there is an alarming fact that gives more...
  • to Write Your College Papers Yourself
    Why Is It Useful to Write Your College Papers Yourself?
    Nowadays, many students, especially those having exact sciences as majors, consider academic writing an unnecessary assignment. They pay a little of their attention to such tasks due to lack of time or a simple unwillingness to get onto it....
  • How volunteering and leadership can help win college scholarships, Part 2
    How volunteering and leadership can help win college scholarships, Part 2
    Students looking to win college scholarship money need to apply for as many scholarships as they possibly can, while at the same time doing whatever they can to make their applications stand-out from the rest. In the previous article, “How...
  • Photo of page from Class Dojo
    Class Dojo encourages student success
    A dojo is a gathering place for training a specific skill in Japan. Class Dojo is a tool used in classrooms across the world for achieving a specific skill set by you as the teacher for your students. In an art classroom in central Illinois,...
  • Buy now for Back-to-School supplies needed later
    Buy now for Back-to-School supplies needed later
    Recall those commercials of gleeful parent shoppers, gliding through aisles of Back-to-School supplies? They made shopping appear to be a joyous occasion. A popular Christmas Carol their theme song, “It’s the most wonderful time of the...
  • Aveda
    Aveda Fredric's Institute Indianapolis Review
    I recently returned from Florida and needed some low lights to add dimension to my " beach washed" hair. My choice was to try The Aveda Fredric’s Institute in Indianapolis. This is an incredibly easy and convenient place to get to,...
  • Teaching
    The dancer's responsibility outside of the studio
    As a dance teacher, I can sometimes get frustrated with the progress of my students. I think back to when I was a student and I knew I could not show up to the next rehearsal or class without having achieved the steps I may have struggled with in...
  • Back to school made easy for students
    Back to school made easy for students
    Back to school can be a scary time for students with new classes, new students, new teachers, new schedules and sometimes even a new building. Students, remember you are not alone. Here are some tips to make going back to school easier.Make sure...
  • Back to school made easy for teachers
    Back to school made easy for teachers
    Back to school is an exciting and stimulating time for teachers also. Teachers should know that students look up to them for guidance and support. So, teachers take the time to really listen to your students. Your first day of activities may...
  • Screening Students for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
    Screening Students for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
    There has been a dramatic worldwide increase in reported cases ofautismover the past decade. The prevalence rates have risen steadily, from one in 150, to one in 110, and now to one in every 68 children. Since Congress added autism as a disability...
  • Taxi commission seeking college aides
    Taxi commission seeking college aides
    The New York City Office of Administrative Tax Appeals (OATA) is seeking to hire two college aides to work at 1 Centre Street. These positions are part time and the hourly wage is $8.75 to $13.15. All applicants applying for these two positions or...
  • Symbols of disabilities
    Attitudes about disabled people improve after therapists simulate being disabled
    In an effort to better prepare therapy students for their interactions with disabled people,professor Cynthia Colwellof theUniversity of Kansasasked her students to pretend they had one of the following disabilities:one-arm amputationlower-limb...