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Put a stop to your zits by natural means by handling your experience with Green tea Plant Oil soon after washing your facial skin. This non-coarse therapy naturally happens in Aussie shrubs, and it is an organic Continue reading
EDC researchers are key players in a sweeping initiative to bring about dramatic improvements in students’ science achievement in the Boston Public Schools. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has recently committed $12.5 million to the five-year effort, which will involve UMass Boston, Northeastern University, and 33,000 students and 442 middle and high school teachers in the Boston Continue reading
Two worlds collided today. Fortunately, only a stereotype broke during the impact. I teach at the only all-girl middle school in Oakland, California, Julia Morgan School for Girls. And today, during Monday morning assembly, the girls listened to the only all-boy choir from the only all-boy middle school in Oakland, Pacific Boychoir Academy. Boy bands of yore, from the Beatles Continue reading
Leay Gut Syndrome is a form of an auto-immune disorder. Moldy and yeast-containing foods are also a part of the problem, as they can ‘gravate symptoms of Candida too. However, to get rid of MS symptoms by optimizing your nutrition there is a lot you can do, you must do and there is a lot you need to know about nutrition and how y‹u body works in order to make our diet improvement Continue reading
Jane Austen in Scarsdale: Or Love, Death, and the SATs By Paula Marantz Cohen St. Martin’s Press, 2006, $23.95; 288 pages.
As reviewed by Diane Ravitch
What would Jane Austen write if she were chronicling life in an affluent suburb of New York City? How would she probe the social dilemmas of modern life among striving families? This is a problem Continue reading
” Whilst The occurrence and accidents must have been terrifying and unpleasant, these were not life-threatening lasting or,” the lawyer of the company’s said. nn5m on-staff instruction and had a great security report, with only five safety and health prosecutions in a 30-year time. Mr Sellman-Leava was carrying gloves, but no protective goggles or full-length attire so when the equipment Continue reading
By third grade, children are more confident in settings away from their parents. Even though he's more independent, your third grader still needs you to guide him on some of the finer points in life, including good manners. Education and manners expert Cindy Post Senning says social graces should not be perceived as “extra add-ons”, to teach children after the math homework is done. Continue reading
The advancing age of technological developments in all spheres of life has led to growing demand for well qualified engineers. In view of this, there is also an exponential rise in the demand for education in engineering. It is thus imperative that this demand be met through upcoming institutions which suit the requirements of the upcoming generation as they become Continue reading
The current issue of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE) Journal highlights an article the Journal has selected for its series of “seminal articles” about education and technology by EDC Vice President Glenn Kleiman, director of the Center for Online Professional Education. The article, “Myths and Realities about Technology in K-12 Schools.” was published Continue reading
A “campus mystery,” an interactive Web site, and interesting “factoids” were the ingredients of one campus’s innovative and successful social norms campaign to reduce problem drinking. EDC’s Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention (HEC) has recently published a case study that describes the initiative, Multifaceted Social Norms Continue reading