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TRIO Programs at Atlanta Metropolitan State College Address Distinctive Academic Services and Cultural Needs

By Juanita Allen

TRIO programs at Atlanta Metropolitan State College (AMSC) maintain a strong commitment to academic excellence by providing cultural needs to students of low-income, or first generation college students. 559 more words

How should teachers prepare for back to school?

As teachers prepare for their back-to-school return many questions remain of how they will continue as facilitators of knowledge by avoiding the label of being a racist. 702 more words

Tips For Teachers

Are Female Teachers Who Sexually Abuse Students Losing Their Gender Privilege?

Is the era of deferential treatment that protects women sex offenders from going to jail finally coming to an end? 

(Reuters) – Barbara Goldberg reports: A “ 950 more words

Crime & Corruption

April 2015 Newsletter from A to Z Grantwriting Arts and Education posted on LACN by Linda Vallejo

A to Z Grantwriting Arts and Education Newsletter for April 2015 as posted by Linda Vallejo in the LA Culture Net  (LACN) Yahoo Group:

Reposted here for your information. 2,120 more words

For Artists

Calling All Kid Chefs

Calling All Kid Chefs

Drumroll, please: We are excited to announce the launch of the fourth-annual Healthy Lunchtime Challenge!

First Lady Michelle Obama is teaming up with PBS flagship station… 939 more words


The Last 24™

Dr. Biden at SXSWedu: Let’s Ensure Education Is Accessible, Affordable, and Attainable for All Americans

Dr. Jill Biden

March 10, 2015
07:41 PM EDT

Dr. Biden discusses strategies for student success at… 2,104 more words


The Balancing Act Homework and Extracurricular Lives in School-Aged Children

For every generation of parents who have school age children, there is a theme that binds parents from the past to present: either there is too much homework, or too many extracurricular activities. 1,748 more words