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Breaking News: 5 Tips for Teachers to Make Classrooms Bully Free, New Educational Curriculum Released
 
Posted by: Cher Murphy

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2013-01-04 17:09:35 -0800 | education-news

Each day in America, it is estimated that 160,000 students stay home from school to avoid being bullied. If you take a look at the media headlines in any given week, it’s easy to see that bullying is a growing...
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Breaking News: History of Slavery in United States--Today in History Dec.18,2012
 
Posted by: fibonnaci

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-12-19 18:29:46 -0800 | education-news

The history of slavery in the United States began soon after Europeans first settled in what in 1776 would become United States . The practice ended in 1863 - 65 with Abraham Lincolns Emancipation Act . It ended with the...
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Posted by: MaryMcKay

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-12-11 14:22:13 -0800 | education-news

Recently the American Federation of Teachers floated a trial balloon that someone needs to throw a dart at. An article in the December 1, 2012 Washington Post announced that "Union Proposes Bar Exam for Teachers". The proposal is to establish...
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Breaking News: College trend:  Reducing tuition makes private colleges affordable for the middle class
 
Posted by: Dava Castillo

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-12-09 22:37:32 -0800 | education-news

Belmont Abbey College, a private university in North Carolina, has cut tuition by 33 percent, giving hope to students and parents that a college education at a private university is not out of their reach. Belmont Abbey is not the...
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Breaking News: John Quincy Adams
 
Posted by: Danny Hirschfield

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2013-09-30 16:02:58 -0700 | education-news

John Quincy Adams "THE GREAT OBJECT OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT IS THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THOSE WHO ARE PARTY TO THE SOCIAL COMPACT...." -Mesage to Congress,1825 The first President who was the son of a President,...
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Breaking News: A brief look at the education systems
 
Posted by: nothingnew

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2013-09-30 16:02:57 -0700 | education-news

Introduction Compulsory state education systems are generally a recent phenomena in terms of known human history. In the past, people usually educated their children in whatever manner they chose and the matter was no concern of the state. In ‘The...
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Breaking News: The 2012 Global Pambassador program : 'Pandas' hot to globe-trot
 
Posted by: nazish7

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-11-05 03:18:06 -0800 | education-news

The 2012 Global Pambassador program - a joint venture of he Chengdu Panda Base, with WildAid and the Yao Ming Foundation, focusing on stopping illegal wildlife trade, and the Yao Ming Foundation - aims to develop global awareness of giant...
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Breaking News: Black graduation rates: a long way to go
 
Posted by: joeharkins

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-09-24 14:14:21 -0700 | education-news

By Joseph Harkins WASHINGTON, D.C. – Given half a chance, a black mark on education and race in the United States doesn’t appear to be fading soon enough. Although high school graduation rates among U.S. black males improved in 2010,...
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Posted by: joeharkins

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-09-19 15:04:56 -0700 | education-news

By Joseph Harkins WASHINGTON, D.C. -- An assistant professor of anthropology at American University in Washington, D.C., was left holding the baby. That’s where the controversy began brewing over whether it was inappropriate for an instructor to breastfeed her baby...
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Breaking News: Simple math: Teachers’ union membership dwindling
 
Posted by: joeharkins

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-07-07 20:03:17 -0700 | education-news

By Joseph Harkins WASHINGTON, D.C. _ Any teacher could figure out the simple math: The National Education Association has lost more than 100,000 members since 2010; the sum total resulting in reduced revenue and, perhaps, more importantly, political clout for...
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Posted by: Adrian Holman

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-07-27 12:53:38 -0700 | education-news

Many conservative groups have planned to protest outside of the National Education Association (NEA) Convention on Monday, July 2 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in Washington, DC. The reason for the protest is to let educators know that teachers...
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Breaking News: WHAT IF SIX MILLION JEWS HAD NOT BEEN MURDERED?
 
Posted by: agb100

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-08-15 13:34:16 -0700 | education-news

THE FOLLOWING DEPICTS HOW HUMANITY IS BEING PUNISHED BECAUSE OF WHAT IT HAS DONE TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE. THAT PUNISHMENT, AS YOU WILL SHORTLY SEE, IS PERMANENT. IT'LL GO ON FOR ETERNITY AND THE MAGNITUDE OF THE LOSS IS INCALCULABLE....
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Breaking News: 2012 Scripps National Spelling Bee Winners: 8th grader Snigdha Nandipati Wins
 
Posted by: richwebnews

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-07-27 14:45:08 -0700 | education-news

The 2012 Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals came down to 9 finalist out of 278 spellers that joined from across the 50 U.S. states and an 8th grader from Jamaica. Both contestants tries to inquire more about the word thrown...
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Posted by: joeharkins

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-06-02 20:11:23 -0700 | education-news

By Joseph Harkins WASHINGTON, D.C. _ Some recent high school graduates still basking in their shining moment are about to be confronted with a grim reality. That’s what a non-profit group said about 1.7 million U.S. college-bound students who will...
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Breaking News: Memorial Day Tribute: Program Aims to Help Returning Vets Find Work
 
Posted by: joeharkins

Washington :: DC :: USA | updated 2012-05-28 12:57:46 -0700 | education-news

By Joseph Harkins WASHINGTON _ As America pauses on Memorial Day to honor those who have fallen, still missing and those still serving, the government has taken steps to ensure that a soldier’s story doesn’t end with a hero’s welcome...
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