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Do you wish you had the time to educate your board?

Do you ever wish you had the time to educate your board on the field of fundraising and what really works? Now you don't have to! Watch this quick video to see why: Learn more about this done for you course at: http://101.fundraisingcoach.com/...Show More Summary

Indiana’s Brademas, First Congressman of Greek Descent, Left Permanent Mark On Education and Arts

1958 was a year that ushered in throngs of new Democrats in Congress, one of whom was John Brademas of Indiana. While few outside the Notre-Dame-anchored Indiana Third Congressional district would ever hear of Brademas, his name evokes pride in America’s Greek community as the first Congressman of Greek descent in U.S. history. Brademas passed [...]Show More Summary

Wrightslaw Special Ed and Advocacy Training in Dunedin, FL!

This one-day Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference, a Wrightslaw training program featuring Pete Wright, Esq., is being sponsored by the Family Network on Disabilities. The training takes place Continue Reading ?

Democrats Want To Open More Doors To College, But Can They Help Students Graduate?

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During the Republican and Democratic conventions, The Hechinger Report will publish a new story each day, examining what the party proposals might mean for the future of education. Our staff reporters will provide education coverageShow More Summary

ARISE Impact Makes a Presence in the US to Increase Employability Among the Visually Challenged

This year, Act to Rise for Innovation in Special Education Impact (ARISE Impact) was one of the few nonprofits that were handpicked to showcase their highly innovative educational technology at the prestigious Collaborative conference presented by Classy. Show More Summary

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Democrats want 'free' college. It would be nice if they delivered Americans a decent high school education first.

Republicans aren’t the only ones facing disunity in their party as the general election gets fully underway. The Democratic convention in Philadelphia opens this week amid a chorus of grumbling from Bernie Sanders supporters over Hillary Clinton’s uninspired choice of technocrat Tim Kaine as vice...

Can Chalkbeat Reach “Casual Readers”?

The future of Chalkbeat and other nonprofit education outlets is unclear.

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Department Of Education's New Fraud Defense To Loan Repayment Will Spur Spurious Lawsuits

Following up on my previous posts: Law Students May Use Department Of Education's New Fraud Defense To Loan Repayment Aimed At For-Profit Colleges To Discharge Law School Loans (June 29, 2016) Will Placement Data, U.S. News Fudging Make Law Schools Liable For Their Students' Debt Under New DOE Rules Aimed...

Ben Vereen On His Decision To Promote Arts Education At The DNC

“Life, itself, is an art form,” according to actor Ben Vereen. This belief is why the legendary entertainer wants to help preserve the country’s artistic legacy by promoting creative thinking in business and politics. During the Democratic...Show More Summary

Higher Education Enrollment: New Territory for An Old Market

The Times They Are A Changing Go to college. Get a degree. Get a job that pays well. This was the road-map to success for generations past that laid them out to generations current. However, somewhere along that plan, the … The post Higher Education Enrollment: New Territory for An Old Market appeared first on  - Snyxius.

Medical students using electronic health records to track former patients

Many medical students are using electronic health records (EHRs) to track former patients but the practice, which students report as being educational, raises some ethical questions, according to an article published online by JAMA Internal...Show More Summary

‘There is no other place in the world where Americans bear so much responsibility for what happens’ –Ehrenreich

Want to know what it means for any human being to live under occupation? In The Way to the Spring, Ben Ehrenreich gives an education that will sicken you, of “the almost infinitely complex system of control that Israel exercised over Palestinians throughout the West Bank,” and of the terrible losses it imposes on those who struggle to resist it.

Flog a BookBubber 37: Tom Barber

Many of the folks who utilize BookBub are self-published, and because we hear over and over the need for self-published authors to have their work edited, It seemed to me that it could be educational to take a hard look...

I Guess We Ran Out of Great Education Governors

I spend so much time on what NEA is doing, sometimes I miss what it has stopped doing, and this one completely got by me. Back in 2008 NEA began handing out the “America’s Greatest Education Governor” award at its annual convention, the initial recipient being North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley. In subsequent years it […]

IoT and education: Truly the “internet of everything”

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing like wildfire. Consumer education around this new basket of technologies is critical, since it basically describes a product category that can — and often does — include virtually every “thing” we interact with in our lives. Show More Summary

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