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Must-Sees for Lifelong Learners: 10 Oldest Sites in Greater Raleigh

By Leigh Hines; above photo by @OutaboutNC 

Greater Raleigh is modern in so many ways, and there is also a lot of history in the destination to see. 821 more words

Are You a Lifelong Learner? Would You Share a Few of Your Thoughts With Me?

Why do you think you are so curious? Do you have at least ten minutes to take the time to type up three answers that will help me with my research on lifelong learners? 167 more words

Purposeful Play: Nine Exhibits at Marbles Kids Museum

By Kristy Stevenson

There’s no “Shhhh,” or “Don’t touch,” at this museum! Delivering purposeful play in a big way, Marbles Kids Museum is an interactive experience in downtown Raleigh with themed exhibits for kids ages 10 and under. 512 more words

The meaning of Education for my family

Education is one of the most important thing in my family. I am not kidding when I say my life is for studying and I love studying, as far as I can remember that is the only thing I can do (sorry that I am so serious. 885 more words

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Raleigh “Can’t Miss”: The World's Largest Dinosaurs

By Leigh Hines

There’s something BIG in town, and you don’t want to miss it. I took the kids to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences… 366 more words

Museum Profile: Wake Forest Historical Museum

By Kristy Stevenson

The Wake Forest Historical Museum, on North Main St. in Greater Raleigh’s Wake Forest, is adjacent to the Calvin Jones House and provides an innovative look at the history of a quaint town, its college and subsequent university. 364 more words

The Homeschooled Adult

My mother and I have not always gotten along. But one thing I have always been grateful to her for was homeschooling me. In the last year or so, after I’d re-started college as what they euphemistically term a non-traditional student, I had a professor ask me, ‘are you an autodidact?’ 1,026 more words

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