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7 in 10 schools now have shooting drills, needlessly traumatizing huge numbers of children - Updated by Libby Nelson on May 22, 2015, 10:40 a.m. ET

new survey from the Education Department found that 70 percent of schools practice school shooting drills, up from 53 percent in 2008. They’re most common at suburban schools, although they’re generally widespread: 75 percent of suburban schools held a shooting drill in 2013. 338 more words


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Hudsonville high school graduate shares story of the fight for her life

May 21, 2015; FOX 17

HOLLAND, Mich. — It’s that time of year, where thousands across West Michigan are getting their diplomas at high school graduations. 379 more words

Meet the Team! Say hi to Faith

In our latest team profile we’d like you to meet one of the first people to join our team, Faith.


Meet Generation Subprime - By Jason Gold May 21, 2015 | 12:01 a.m. EDT

The debt millennials have incurred is a paradox for policymakers.

There’s such a danger that the millennial generation might one day be called “Generation Subprime” that Washington is taking notice.  226 more words


Engaging Students’ Professional Capacity

Post by: Howard Errey
Senior Coordinator, Digital Learning Design, College of Design and Social Context

Have you ever thought about the talent, knowledge and skills that your students are cultivating as they progress through their studies at university? 288 more words


Food and Nutritional Sciences Club's Year In Review and Cookout Celebration

The Food and Nutritional Sciences Club (FNS) ended a busy year of activities centered around community service, nutrition education, and campus involvement.  The FNS leadership and teamwork resulted in the planning and involvement of the… 479 more words

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Social Studies Should Be About How The World Works (And How It Doesn't Work)

What is social studies for?

It’s for helping kids figure out how the world works (and how it doesn’t work). It’s of course for many other things than that, but I do think this is an undeserved purpose of our social studies classes. 18 more words