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Learn to Type with Typing Games
by June Shu. For children, the ability of using the computer is becoming fundamental in nowadays, so learning to type is must for them. But most children get bored with any repetitious task and give up or whine and even want to stop, parents or teachers always fe...
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Nashville Schools Budget Barely Keeping With Inflation
by Patricia Hawke. The Nashville Schools are bracing for a budget cut. While costs are rising at about 3.4% due to inflation and other needed costs, the increase in the overall budget is only 1.1%. Despite the Nashville Schools best efforts to insure this deficit is no...
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New Orleans Schools Reach Out To Parents
by Patricia Hawke. The unsuccessful state of public schools in the nation is epitomized by the devastation of the city of New Orleans and the New Orleans Schools. Inner city and racial achievement gaps that had been ignored before Hurricane Katrina were impossible to i...
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New York City Schools See Large Success With Small Schools
by Patricia Hawke. New York City Schools started converting many of its massive high schools into smaller, thematic schools in 2002. The 2006 graduates who were the first students in New York City Schools to have spent their entire four-year high school experience in t...
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The Benefits Of Distance Learning
by Shaun Bird. Distance Learning or ‘Home Study’ has come a long way since Isaac Pitman taught shorthand via correspondence courses in the 1840s. However the huge benefits of studying from home, or from the workplace, remain the same.First of all, with a Distan...
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Where Does Inertia Come From?
by Burt Jordaan. All objects resist being pushed around, even if there is little or no friction. Once an object is moving, it takes an equivalent amount of effort to stop it, i.e., to change that state of motion. This is a principle called inertia.More scientifically...
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Prior To Studying German
by Shareen Aguilar. The German language possesses words that sound similar, if not, almost to the words of the English language. As a general rule, studying and speaking German together with native German speakers can be enhanced when you have a convenient English-Germa...
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College Funding Strategy
by Jeff Mictabor. College students all over the United States probably have just gotten into the swing of summer, whether that means finally perfecting their golf swing, getting that deep tan, or acing the most recent quiz in summer school. In the midst of these activ...
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Minneapolis Schools Struggle With Diversity
by Patricia Hawke. Minneapolis Schools, like most school districts, struggles with diversity. They struggle with making sure their schools are not segregated based on color or economic status. That is difficult when people of like economic status tend to live in certai...
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How Do You Do PhD Programs In Clinical Social Work?
by Francisco Segura. If you have your graduate study completed, you can take up your PhD programs in Clinical social work either online or off line. Most of the off line universities have online presence too. Social work is a common subject for doing PhD programs. Howeve...
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Los Angeles Schools Run Nation’s Second Largest District
by Patricia Hawke. In terms of numbers, Los Angeles Schools make up the second largest public school district in the country. Only New York City Schools top them. The issues of running any urban system are complex, but in massive districts the numbers make efforts even...
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Dallas School Budget Great For Teachers
by Patricia Hawke. The Dallas Schools presented a budget to the trustees that may have teachers receiving raises as high as $5000 next school year. The proposed $1.16 billion budget contains nearly $31.5 million for salary increases and new incentives for educators and...
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Denver Schools Worry About Diversity
by Patricia Hawke. In June of this year, the United States Supreme Court ruled to restrict schools across the nation, including Denver Schools, from using race to determine attendance. This decision will limit the integration at many schools across the nation. The deci...
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Dismal Drop-out Rates For Detroit Schools
by Patricia Hawke. A 2006 newspaper report and a 2005 Princeton study spell costly problems for the students and residents of Detroit Schools. In 2006 USA Today reported on a study funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It said that several of the nation’s la...
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Kansas City Schools – Diverse And Unique Programs
by Patricia Hawke. Kansas City Schools are sensitive to the needs of its students. Not only is the goal of academic success encouraged, the school system is also giving attention to the needs of its students who require extra attention. These students’ needs are addr...
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Las Vegas Schools Struggle For Teachers
by Patricia Hawke. “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”…is the most recent slogan to come out from the city, enticing tourists to come out and cut loose. Unfortunately, Las Vegas Schools are struggling, while the casinos enjoy seemingly limitless profits. In f...
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Science with Virtual Reality Software ?
by Daniel Onyszczuk. 2004 started a new era in planetary exploration. Two Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity landed successfully on the surface of Mars and a short while later started to send lots of images and other data. The rovers were designed to work properly for on...
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Have You Started Your "University on Wheels" Yet?
by Juliette Lee. When I first heard the phrase "university on wheels" from one of America's top business speakers - Brian Tracy, it didn't sink in, until I thought deeply about it.He was referring to the powerful value we can get listening to professional audio books...
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Virtual Classrooms
by Rajesh Rastogi. A virtual classroom or VCR is a learning environment that exists exclusively in the form of digital content that is stored, and accessed through network of computers and information systems like PDAs, notebooks, mobiles etc. Physical or Virtual Class...
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Get The Most Out Of Your Spanish Study
by Mark Hazard. Trying to learn Spanish on your own? It seems like there is so much to do, especially if you are a beginner or intermediate level student, so how do you decide what you should be concentrating on at any given time?Probably you are following a structu...
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Columbus Schools Won’t See Vote In 2007
by Patricia Hawke. Voters in the Columbus Schools area who were hoping to see a ballot initiative in November will be disappointed. The Campaign for Ohio’s Future, a group made up of 12 separate educational groups, simply ran out of time to collect all the signatures...
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Teacher Tips 101: Things You Need To Know About Cset
by Mario Churchill. Education can be considered as a basic need- more than a necessity rather than mere luxury. That is why it is very important to ensure the quality of education that teachers get for them to be able to carry on a noble task- the task of molding others...
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Are Memphis Schools Getting What They Pay For?
by Patricia Hawke. The 2001 No Child Left Behind Act provided many programs for students through out the country. In the Memphis Schools it made free pre-kindergarten and extra tutoring by teachers during school hours available to help achieve higher test scores and. A...
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Tax Cuts For Homeowners Hurt Miami Schools
by Patricia Hawke. Tax cuts for Miami-Dade homeowners means cuts for Miami Schools. Florida's 67 school districts stand to lose a total of $7.1 billion by 2012 if voters decide in January to revamp property taxes. The biggest losers in the state will be Miami Schools a...
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How to Save on College Textbooks
by Ryan A Harris. College textbooks are expensive! Prices have risen dramatically - up 186% from 1986 to 2006. To keep your expenses as low as possible, get “textbook savvy”, and shop online for significant college textbook savings.Before you go textbook shoppin...
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