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Jerk perks: 5 secret benefits of having a difficult boss

By Robert Half International A difficult relationship with your boss can make every aspect of your work more challenging. It’s a tough situation, but it’s not necessarily a hopeless one. Yes, in cases of true ineptitude or incompatibility, it might … Continue reading

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Ending Summer Learning Loss: Can It Be the Key to True Education Reform?

By Curtis Valentine As the summer approaches and the 2012-2013 academic year comes to a close for millions of K-12 students, the debate over how to improve public education continues. Research dating back to the 1970s by New York University … Continue reading

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Lack of sleep blights pupils’ education

By Sean Coughlan Sleep deprivation is a significant hidden factor in lowering the achievement of school pupils, according to researchers carrying out international education tests. It is a particular problem in more affluent countries, with sleep experts linking it to the … Continue reading

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Sesame Street

 Sesame Street is a landmark of television programming. Over twenty years of exemplary shows has taught generations of children and their children and now their children’s children.This goes out to some very special children: Jayden, Brianna, and Aalyah the Soul … Continue reading

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A Vision of Students Today

As we get settled into a new school year, I would like to share this video. It describes today’s student. How we learn, how we learn, and what we are concerned about. Excellent job by Michael Wesch and the students … Continue reading

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