By Erin Wilkey Oh, Common Sense Education As the debate over U.S. immigration policy continues to divide voters across the country, more and more online resources are popping up to help us understand this complex, emotionally charged issue. For young
The school year is over and summer has officially arrived, how can teachers and parents best support students during the break and avoid the summer slide? The post School’s Out! Surviving the Summer Slide appeared first on Edudemic.
The NRA Show took over Chicago’s McCormick place this week for its 97th year, and more than 2,200 exhibitors came to showcase their products and services. Three massive exhibit halls spread across more than 650,000 square feet housed rows upon
The literature on teaching and learning has improved so much over the years. Researchers are now covering important aspects of both in depth, analyzing with creative designs and exploring for practical and theoretical implications. One case in point is a
Companies that perform well over time have one thing in common: highly motivated employees. But motivated employees don’t just happen naturally, and they don’t always stay that way. To improve motivation companywide, leadership teams need to know why their employees
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Real estate is facing concerns over the market’s abundance of capital and the pace of rate increases by the Federal Reserve, said panelists at the Investment Program Association’s 2016 Executive Leadership Summit, held in Washington, D.C., on April 19. The
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Over the last few years, voices from various arenas have begun to complain that increased competition in the college admissions process has become too stressful, too focused on getting into the “right” college, and overly focused on personal success. A
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