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Why gay marriage has had more success than marijuana legalization, and what it tells us about America

This post has been corrected.

Nearly two decades ago, Americans’ support for both marijuana legalization and same-sex marriage was virtually equal. About one-quarter of US citizens was in favor of each, according to Pew Research Center polling at the time. 1,192 more words

Pew study finds digital technologies help and challenge teachers

A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that the majority of Advanced Placement and National Writing Project teachers reported that digital technology in the classroom helps them teach middle and high school students in many ways. 200 more words

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Which countries don’t like America and which do

Which countries don’t like America and which do | Pew Research Center// // //

July 15, 2014

By Bruce Stokes

Sacré bleu! France makes the list of top 10 fans of the U.S. 507 more words

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Unexpected Ways Millennials Are Impacting Higher Education

In this article for The Huffington Post blog, Zach Cutler identifies some of the ways higher education must adapt in order to stay relevant to younger generations. 267 more words


Gallup poll: Views of Israeli Actions

Gallup poll: Views of Israeli Actions 

Troubling Signs for Israel

In New Poll of Americans

Mohamad Al Jabban posted on FB:

More hope is coming from the new generation in the US. 61 more words


Poll: GOP more excited than Democrats about voting

Republicans are more jazzed than Democrats about voting in the 2014 midterm elections, but the enthusiasm gap between the parties isn’t as wide as it was at this point before the 2006 and 2010 “waves” that led to power changing hands. 237 more words


Religious Americans view others

By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

It is only human for most people to think more highly of themselves and the groups (academic, professional, social, religious, political and national) that they identify with, than they think of others. 610 more words