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Kyoto University Dominates the News Cycle

Kyoto University Dominates the News Cycle

The Kyoto University dominates the news cycle this week around the world, as they recently proved that mutts do not support people who are mean to their owners. Led by comparative cognition professor, Kazo Fujita, a test used people to test dog’s psychology. They tested 54 dogs and found that when an owner asked for […]

Minnesota Students Visit Adult Sex Store for Field Trip

Minnesota Students Visit Adult Sex Store for Field Trip

A private school in Minnesota has made a lot of parents furious Monday, June 1st. Parents told sources they were not aware of a particular field trip their middle and high-school aged children attended recently. Gaia Democratic School director Starri Hedges took students on a field trip to an adult sex store in Minnesota, for […]

The Business of Vocabulary

The Business of Vocabulary

One’s vocabulary is essential to getting a point across, for effectively and succinctly describing events or people and places and ultimately it is how we communicate with one another. More than that, vocabulary is critical in business and life. The words people choose to use in their writing or speech leave an impression. In essence, […]

Education Quality in the United States, Can It Be Fixed?

Education Quality in the United States, Can It Be Fixed?

Currently in the United States, parents are federally and state mandated to have their children attend some educational institution, be it public or private or home based. The thing that matters is that they are able to receive the equivalent of a high school diploma, also they confidently and preferably attend higher education at a […]

Corinthian Colleges Students Locked Out of Diplomas

Corinthian Colleges Students Locked Out of Diplomas

For hundreds of thousands of college students, there are last papers, finals and maybe a few more lectures before they hit the end zone and graduation. For 16,000 enrollees at the Everest College, Heald College and WyoTech subsidiaries of locked up and shuttered Corinthian Colleges Inc. campuses, the students have large tuition bills and uncertainty […]

Shakespeare, 451 Years Old

Shakespeare, 451 Years Old

Today is William Shakespeare’s birthday, making the Bard 451 years old. The exact date of the playwright’s birth is not certain, but 18th Century biographers calculated April 23 as his birthday since it was known that he was baptized on April 26. It just so happens that he also died on April 23, at the […]

I Wish My Teacher Knew…

I Wish My Teacher Knew…

At first, Kyle Schwartz, 28, simply wanted to get to know her third-grade students better. She gave them an assignment called, “I Wish My Teacher Knew…” The idea of this lesson was to build trust with her students. However, she was not prepared for the responses she received. The things the children wrote were so […]

‘No Child Left Behind’ Act Needs Rewrite Say U.S. School Superintendents

‘No Child Left Behind’ Act Needs Rewrite Say U.S. School Superintendents

The No Child Left Behind Act is the most recent rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965, which was designed to aid the poorer schools in the United States, the No Child Left Behind Act will be rewritten this year, with some luck, because of the letter that was written to Congress by […]

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