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3 hrs ago | International Business Times

The Great Australian Sex Census Decodes Sex Technology Habits of Australians

According to the most recent data produced by The Great Australian Sex Census, the significant influence of technology, especially smartphone has in an individual's sex life has been deduced.


Related Topix: Human Sexuality, Education

5 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

Maine's first virtual school to hold informational workshops

Maine Connections Academy, a virtual charter school for students in grades seven through 12, is holding several informational workshops this month and next for Maine parents and students interested in a nontraditional middle school and high school environment.


Related Topix: South Portland, ME, Education

9 hrs ago | JD Journal

LSAT Could be Waived for 10 Percent of Law School Admits

If a new proposal from the American Bar Association is passed, the LSAT could be waived for 10 percent of law school students beginning in August, according to The Central Florida Future.


Related Topix: Education

13 hrs ago | US News & World Report

Understand How Law Schools Evaluate LSAT Scores

If a law school requires all of an applicant's LSAT scores, it may not be worth the effort to retake the exam.


Related Topix: Education

18 hrs ago |

Achievements should not be based on more and more standardize testing

In regards to Testing Services , the Department of Education provides a wide range of services to Florida schools, school districts, community colleges, universities, and students including school accountability and testing of students, teachers, and principals.


Related Topix: Florida, Florida Government, Education Etc., Education, St. Lucie, FL

22 hrs ago | ESchool News

Classroom security: What you should (not) do

There are many ways to lock a classroom door. Unfortunately, too many of the tactics employed today actually put staff and students at risk One study, " On the Importance of a Safe School and Classroom Climate for Student Achievement in Reading Literacy ," reported that variation between classes' reading achievement could be explained by safety ... (more)


Related Topix: Education

Sun Jul 20, 2014

Merced Sun-Star

Poor teens' health may benefit from top schools

Risky health behavior including binge-drinking, unsafe sex and use of hard drugs was less common among these kids, compared with peers who went to mostly worse schools.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, UC Los Angeles, Education, University of Florida

Canberra City News

With the morning commute over, Police remind that 40 zones are back

ACT Policing is advising motorists that 40km/h speed limits will be enforced in school zones for the start of the new school term on Monday .


Related Topix: Education

Bangor Daily News

Standardized testing can impoverish children's education

One of the external forces interfering with student learning is time stolen from teaching.


Related Topix: Education, York, ME


What Everyone Gets Wrong About Where You Go To College

There are a lot of opinions about where you should go to college. A lot of those opinions are probably wrong -- at least the ones based on myths about what makes a good school to get a degree from.


Related Topix: Harvard University, Penn State University Park, Berkeley, CA, UC Berkeley, Education, Purdue University

Slow Homeschooling

My homeschooling journey began 24 years ago, when my oldest daughter was attending public kindergarten.


Related Topix: Education, Kids, Family, Libraries

Lexington Herald-Leader

Makeup-free experiment goes more than skin-deep

I, like many other women, have looked in the mirror and hurled mental insults at what I saw: love handles; weird nose; pale, squinty eyes; thin lips.


Related Topix: Beauty, KY, Education, University of Kentucky

Sat Jul 19, 2014

Lexington Herald-Leader

As University of Kentucky competes for top students, more lower-income kids left behind

Hannah Moore graduated from George Rogers Clark High School this year with all the right boxes checked off for college acceptance: a 4.0 GPA, National Honor Society member, cheerleader, and community volunteer.


Related Topix: Kentucky, Kentucky Government, University of Kentucky, Family, Kids, Education, Eastern Kentucky University

Keep Your Kids' Minds Active During the Summer Break

Summer is a time when students traditionally trade in schoolbooks for swimsuits.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, Education

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Education Digest, July 20, 2014: Soquel elementary school district...

The Soquel Union Elementary School District office, 620 Monterey Ave., is registering students all summer long for the upcoming 2014-15 school year.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Soquel, CA, Opal Cliffs, CA, Education, Santa Clara County, CA, Los Gatos, CA, Scotts Valley, CA

Milwaukee Courier Online

UWM Offers The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement program

Inspired by the late Ronald E. McNair , physicist and NASA astronaut, the McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program awards grants to universities that prepare talented undergraduate students for graduate school and eventually PhD programs nationwide.


Related Topix: Education

The Washington Post

Mom: My kindergartner was a work-sheeted to deatha with homework

This year I have posted a number of pieces about the travesty that is now kindergarten in many public schools.


Related Topix: Education, Kids, Family

Tyler Morning Telegraph

This is no cure for summertime blues

Images from image Shouldn't families who enjoy -and take full advantage of - their summers be allowed to continue doing so? The article in the influential Politico Magazine this week should chill the blood of every schoolchild in America, as policy analyst Bridget Ansel makes "The case against summer vacation."

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Related Topix: Education, Opinion

Fri Jul 18, 2014

Xenia Daily Gazette

House bill creates tougher graduation requirements

Ohio's 130th General Assembly recently passed HB 487, which included some changes to graduation requirements beginning this fall.


Related Topix: Ohio Government, Ohio, Education

Denver Post

Hilker: The growing problem of grade inflation

Let's say your two pride and joys, Clyde and Roy, are knocking down As and Bs in their high school classes.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, Colorado, Colorado Government, Education, Opinion