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Alex as Well

Title: Alex as Well
Author: Alyssa Brugman
Series: N/A
Recommended for: 8th grade & up
Pages: 224
Call Number/Link:  Teen Fiction Brugman, A

Synopsis: Alex is ready for things to change, in a big way. 336 more words


On The Go: "The Hungover Generation" - Raphaël Glucksmann

On the go is your innovation story inspired from elsewhere.

Raphaël Glucksmann, a French author, recently gave an interview to La Nouvelle Edition. In lights of the many social and ideological turmoils his generation is going through, he explains what, in his point of view, is the key missing element in our lost battle against reactionaries. 312 more words


Students Are Returning to For-Profit Colleges

Here’s a puzzle. Enrollment continued to decline at public community colleges this 2014-15 academic year, but not so much at private, for-profit ones. Of course, the for-profit colleges offer not only two-year degrees, but also four-year and graduate ones too.

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Digital strategies in higher education

I am proud to announce that we are one of the winners of the digital strategy competition by the Stifterverband and Heinz Nixdorf Stiftung! As one of the 8 winners selected out of from 99 submissions from all over Germany, we will be developing educational digital strategies in all of our faculties at Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin. 269 more words


Why More Black Parents Are Homeschooling Their Children

Marvell Robinson was in kindergarten when a classmate poured an anthill on him at the playground. After that, the gibes became sharper: “Why are you that color?” one boy taunted at the swing set, leaving Marvell scared and speechless.

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Teen Book Board - Guest Speaker Interview - Gossip Columnist & Film Critic

The Teen Book Board was so lucky to welcome Sarah Marrs, gossip columnist and film critic for Cinesnark and Lainey Gossip. The Board Members asked some great questions that I listed in this post. 218 more words

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