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How the Senate and House tax bills would hit higher education

Last updated: 09/19/2018

As Republican leaders in the Senate lobbied to secure the votes needed for a drastic overhaul of the U.S. tax system, higher education leaders and student groups have continued to

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Can This Game-Like App Help Students Do Better in School?

Last updated: 09/19/2018

FRESNO, Calif. — A group of seventh- and eighth-grade girls sat around a lunch table discussing a new game-like app they use in school. Danna Rodriguez somewhat sullenly said she

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Announcing the Microsoft Education Exchange 2018 |

Last updated: 09/19/2018

Every day I’m inspired by educators who innovate in the classroom and provide the best learning opportunities for their students. Educators are sparking creativity and curiosity

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5 Creative Ways To Teach Your Child Self-Control - Pretty Extraordinary

Last updated: 09/19/2018

Do any of these describe your child? Self-control is such a hard lesson for kids to acquire. For some children, it comes easy. But for others, they need to some creative ways to le

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20 Ways to Say No to Children

Last updated: 09/19/2018

Think of one of those crappy days you sometimes have – one of those days where nothing goes right – your to-do list keeps getting longer instead of shorter, deadlines get pushe

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10 Reasons Why High School Students Will Get A Lot From Summer Camp

Last updated: 09/18/2018

Theodore Roosevelt reportedly said, “In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can

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Camp Story Exchange

Last updated: 09/18/2018

At camp things don’t always go as you plan … they go far better than you could ever imagine. Here Mark Standish writes about a program at Ontario Pioneer Camp that fits that de

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Sarnia youth launches slime fundraiser

Last updated: 09/18/2018

A 10-year-old Sarnia resident is putting a love of making slime to work helping others. Amber Robertson, a student at Queen Elizabeth II School in Sarnia, is making and selling sl

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Pre-K Teachers and Bachelor’s Degrees: Envisioning Equitable Access to High-Quality Preparation Programs

Last updated: 09/18/2018

Early childhood educators have a unique opportunity to foster the development of cognitive, behavioral, and social skills. But the work is not easy. Effective educators need to mas

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Small Grants Program for Early Career Scholars

Last updated: 09/18/2018

The Society for Research in Child Development is pleased to announce the availability of small grants to support pilot or small-scale research projects by early career scholars (5

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