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Since the 1960s, colleges and universities have worked hard to increase access to higher education. Fifty years ago, with the industrial economy booming—as Sandy Baum, Charles Kurose, and Michael McPherson write in the latest issue of the Future of Children

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AUSTIN, Texas – EdTech: Revolution in Education is a first-of-its kind effort to map the EdTech space and create an inventory of EdTech resources that can be linked to our economy and society at large,” declares Executive Editor Robert S. Boege, who also serves as Executive Director of ASTRA.

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COARSEGOLD, CALIFORNIA, Susan Lynn Wardlow, MA, Professional Educator, Teacher and Instructor in Fresno and Madera County, has been recognized by Worldwide Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in child development and educational services.

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BEAVERTON, Ore.– Vernier Software & Technology’s Video Physics for iOS and Graphical Analysis™ for iPad ® were named winners in the 2013 Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIE Awards) from The ComputED Gazette.

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INDIANAPOLIS — In athletics, the Big Ten universities compete against each other but now many will join together against a common foe — cancer.

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Many parents of children with autism have to deal with the fact that their child’s school often calls them at work because their child had a meltdown at school.

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E-learning has redefined knowledge solutions in many ways. After its introduction learning for organisations has acquired a new name – ‘web based interactive training’. Social learning services provided by e-learning service providers help employees to manage

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After being notified that their children were being integrated without prior knowledge, Banneker parents sought out school administrators for answers but were instead given vague responses.

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Sport’s heroes are role models. Young aspiring athletes look to these ‘heroes’ and idolize everything about them, including their lack of education. Young boys; especially, look at the stars’ wealth and prestige and believe that they accomplished all of this without a good education. For example, the cricketers today,

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A Boys and Girls Club survey found today’s youth don’t think their issues were addressed in the 2012 presidential election.

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