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Teaching True Meaning of First Amendment Rights

For weeks, Eduflack has been biting his tongue on the rash of intolerance offered in the name of tolerance on our college campuses. Too many stories of free speech being squashed in the name of “safe zones,” too many instances of aspiring “activists” believing Constitutional rights only apply to those individuals and causes that one completely agrees with. 223 more words


i3 Helping the Community

The i3 Tech Academy asked themselves what can they could do to further their involvement in the community by using real world skills to help the homeless in Flagler County. 435 more words

Proofreading advice: take a break

I’m tinkering with a guide to help students who wish to proofread their own work, and I thought I would share some of the advice on my blog. 147 more words


Social media for career success

Social media sites are a great way of keeping up with current events and staying in touch with friends and family, but many students still aren’t making the most of these tools when searching for employment or work placement opportunities.  410 more words


Social media tips for students

Social media is a great way of staying in touch and keeping up with what’s going on, but it can sometimes be used to cause offence or embarrassment.  249 more words

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StoryCorps assigns nation's students Thanksgiving project; Are you in?

We at Extra Credit would have to say this  sounds like the coolest, national U.S. History assignment ever.

The assignment comes from StoryCorps, the outfit that began in 2003 with a booth in New York’s Grand Central terminal and has spent more than a decade gathering snippets of history as told by one person being interviewed by another person they know. 121 more words