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Brownieland March Monthly Wrap Newsletter

Check out our March Monthly Wrap Newsletter featuring National Education Association & Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and their Stories for the Greater Good! 154 more words

Brownieland Volunteers at Garden Hills Elementary for Read Across America Day

For our March Volunteer Project, Brownieland Pictures Founders Robyn Ellis Kranz and Randy Frostig had the opportunity to read Dr. Seuss classics to 3rd and 5th graders at… 222 more words

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Open Your Books! NEA Celebrates Read Across America Day

“Celebrate a Nation of Diverse Readers” on March 1

WASHINGTON – February 26, 2019 –

“Meet Lilly Ann Granderson, a woman born into slavery who secretly teaches hundreds of other enslaved people to read. 56 more words

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“You’ll miss the best things if you keep your eyes shut.” – Dr. Seuss

It’s nearly the end of February, and you know what that means: It’s time for Read Across America! Read Across America begins on March 2nd. 272 more words

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ACSCU-AAI accreditors visit CPU campus

A re-survey visit for the Liberal Arts, BS Biology, BS Chemistry, Business Administration, Accountancy, Education (BSEEd, BEED), HRM, Tourism, Elementary, and Pre-School programs was undertaken by accreditors from the Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities-Accrediting Agency, Inc. 314 more words

Journalism starts at an early age

    By David Baxley, SPJ South Carolina President and Assistant Professor of Mass Communication from Francis Marion University

    COMMENTARY

    Recently, I posed a question to students in my Introduction of Broadcast Journalism class: how were you exposed to journalism in high school? 1,131 more words

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    How Do Americans Allow Voter Fraud?

    One would think that it would be difficult to allow voter fraud in America, but as we’ve seen in both Florida and Arizona this midterm election, it’s rampant…and it’s rampant on the Democrats’ side. 568 more words