Every parent wants what is best for their child. This might be a difficult task, especially with the vast number of schools to choose from.
The best possible option would be to choose a school that is well known and established and one that has a good reputation. You would want the school to provide a good all-round education… Read the rest
As much as 33% of the population still cannot read. Quite a number of children pick up the ability to read, quite well, even while not being taught. Some children however struggle through it. For these children, a systematic process must be followed in order to ensure that they will be able to read. Here are a few things to… Read the rest
With the world growing more and more competitive, knowing a few foreign languages has its bonuses. At some workplaces it is a must. Knowing a foreign language, whether it is for social, professional or personal reasons will have its benefits. Here are a few:
Professional reasons – most people would learn a foreign language because their employer insists on it.… Read the rest
Have you heard the famous saying that says “For every word you write, you should read a thousand”. In an environment that promotes science and math, reading skills of children are also important. Now that kids are out of school for summer, reading skills get a back seat. It is time to implement ways to keep kids involved in reading.… Read the rest
Colleges are holding graduation ceremonies and schools are getting ready to send kids home for summer. It is hard for parents to keep their college bound kids on study mode during their summer vacation. Here are few points to stress and discuss with your kids to stay on track even during their summer vacation.
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About $67 million student loans are currently in default in the U.S. If someone hasn’t made a payment on a student loan for more than 270 days, then it is considered in default. Loans have been issued by the Department of Education (DOE) and there are 23 private debt collecting companies working for the DOE to collect on your debt.… Read the rest
A collegiate athletic conference that was established in 1954 consisting of eight higher education colleges and universities located in the Northeast region of the United States is known as the Ivy League. The name now unanimously indicates the colleges that form the conference as well as their academic excellence, social elitism and selectivity in admission. The eight colleges that form… Read the rest
Do you want a career in special effects makeup? As a special effects makeup technician, you will have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, from prosthetic appliances for film and television to special effects for theater, toy, and game design.
But before you can work as a special effects technician, it’s important to receive the proper education.… Read the rest
Different forms of medical screening have made it possible for doctors to detect anomalies in patients sooner. That preemptive detection saves lives, but those scanners are not the most important cutting-edge technologies expected to aid the medical profession. Read on for some ideas that doctors hope will truly change the future.
Breakthroughs in health information technology, combined with… Read the rest
Colleges and universities depend on Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the other test ACT scores for deciding to which student to admit. SAT and ACT are college admission tests that are widely recognized by U.S. colleges and universities for admission.
Started in 1926, SAT originated as an intelligence level testing for potential World War I sailors and solders. First college… Read the rest
Due to the latest research on the stem cell therapy, we could be on the verge of eliminating the controversial debate on the issue. Stem cell therapy is a contentious issue because it’s incredibly divisive. Many feel that utilizing stem cells to heal others is a moral issue which essentially makes it a moral dilemma.
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Anisha Ramnani has developed an app called Twidder, which improves users’ literacy by having them correct celebrities’ grammatically incorrect tweets.
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Civilians Learn to Code For Free at Flatiron School
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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina’s teachers are on strike after rejecting a 31 percent pay hike, delaying the first day of school for nearly 6 million children.
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Argentine teachers’ strike delays school year
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By Kathleen Raven NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Consuming highly caffeinated energy drinks like Amp, Red Bull or Rockstar could be a telltale sign of other problems for high school students, according to a Canadian study. The more often students reported drinking energy drinks, the more likely they were to also report feeling depressed, seeking out risky experiences, drinking alcohol or smoking.... [Read more]
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut (AP) — Victims of asbestos poisoning in Italy are urging Yale University to rescind an honorary degree given to a Swiss man later convicted of negligence in some 2,000 asbestos-related deaths.
Asbestos poisoning victims want Yale honor revoked
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Federal Regulators Eye Parent PLUS Loans, Student Debit Cards
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