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NEW PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL BOOK, READING ABOVE THE FRIGADA, BRINGING THE SCIENCE OF READING INTO CLASSROOM PRACTICE

NEW PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL BOOK, READING ABOVE THE FRIGADA, BRINGING THE SCIENCE OF READING INTO CLASSROOM PRACTICE

Scholar Julia B. Lindsey guides educators through evidence-based literacy routines to build basic reading skills NEW YORK, September 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL ), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today announced the launch of Reading above the forge which is a practical guide for teachers seeking to implement instructional practices …

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Americans’ mental health continues to struggle amid student loan debt

While previous student debt cancellations implemented by the Biden Administration have been beneficial for some, they haven’t even touched the debt incurred by many others, according to a new survey. Of the 2,000 American participants surveyed in a survey conducted by the online education program, ELVTR, 63% of Americans are still struggling with student loan …

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Talking in Tune: The Senior’s Podcast Shares Music Passion | GW today

By John DiConsiglio For Ellie D’Andria, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) at George Washington University, music has always been at the center of her life. From learning to play piano at age 6 to leading the GW Jazz Orchestra on trombone and voice, D’Andria can’t remember a time when she …

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The Florida A&M football fiasco reminds us that college sports are professional sports

Florida A&M Rattlers Head Coach Willie Simmonsphoto: AP NIL is reasonable. It was ridiculous that “amateur” athletes could not accept anything of financial value for their athletic talent except fees to attend the institution so they could play for the team and be well housed and fed so they could play well. Athletes work for …

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Ribbon Cutting Marks Launch of Fort Drum’s STARBASE Academy for Science Learning | Fort Drum

FORT DRUM — The Department of Defense STARBASE Academy wrapped up its first full week of classes for local fifth-graders with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday afternoon at Fort Drum. STARBASE offers a hands-on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, curriculum with 25 hours of instruction during one week for fifth grade students. The …

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Caring for brain health and cognition is easy with these simple tips – News

The ability to understand and acquire knowledge can be protected by following a healthy diet, regular exercise, consuming vitamin D and participating in social activities. Written by: Ann Marie Stephens and Tehreem KhanMedia Contact: Anna Jones Sameera Davuluri, MD, Photography: Julie Nicole MillerAccording to Alzheimer’s Disease International, dementia begins to appear in 10 million people …

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New high-tech K9 joins university’s veterinary technology program | news

The newest member of the team at a Northeast Community College program has a way of throwing orders. The university’s veterinary technology program now has an advanced canine medical trainer (K9 Diesel): a full-body simulator designed for canine first responders, military working dog handlers, veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Designed in collaboration with the US Department …

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The UAB MHRC celebrates 20 years with the name change to the Center for Research in Health and Health Equity for Minorities of the UAB – News

As the Minority Health & Health Equity Research Center embarks on its next phase, it calls on all members of the community to work together to make health equity a reality. Written by: Jessica Snyder Media Contact: Adam Pope There have long been significant differences in health by race, income, education, and geographic location. In …

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New Guilford schools superintendent sees academic recovery, mental health and safety as top priorities | education

GREENSBORO — Academic recovery. Student and staff mental health and wellbeing. Safety and security. “…those are the priorities as we enter this moment of listening,” new Guilford County Schools Superintendent Whitney Oakley said in an interview with the News & Record on Wednesday. Oakley is planning a series of conversations with parents, staff and community …

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