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A Story of Chocolate and Child Labor

At 6 a.m., 10-year-old Emmanuel wakes and readies himself for a day of labor in the cocoa fields. Along the way, he watches as other kids walk in the opposite direction - toward school. He reaches the fields at sunrise and uses his machete to slice ripe cocoa pods from the tree. Show More Summary

Boston College Seeks To Hire A Tax Prof

Boston College Law School: BOSTON COLLEGE LAW SCHOOL expects to make two faculty appointments in fields that might include constitutional law and/or taxation. Hiring rank would be dependent on the background and experience of the applicant. Applicants must possess a J.D. or equivalent degree and outstanding academic credentials. Relevant experience...

Carli Lloyd schools men's soccer players on flopping

Carli Lloyd is not into the whiney nonsense that is excessive flopping in professional men's soccer The professional soccer player — who dominated on the field at this year's Women's World Cup — visited Late Night with Seth Meyers to...Show More Summary

Is Christian Hackenberg the 2016 NFL Draft's Most Overrated Prospect?

From the time he committed to Penn State as a high school quarterback at Fork Union Military Academy, Christian Hackenberg has been hyped as a future No. 1 overall pick. However, his performance on the field for the Nittany Lions will...Show More Summary

How about a little Arsenic with your softball?

5 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

So much for the beneficial uses of coal ash: A softball field at South Brunswick Middle School remains closed after coal ash was found beneath the surface more than a year ago. The coal ash was identified last year, several months into a project to renovate the existing field. Show More Summary

An interview With Entrepreneur Steven Cantor

In this series of articles, I speak to entrepreneurs from different fields in an effort to uncover the secrets to their successes and pinpoint commonalities among them. Steven Cantor started Stick Figure right out of USC Film School....Show More Summary

Fan loses bet, wins Internet by crashing Reds game and escaping the stadium, any consequences.

last weekHumor / odd : Happy Place

He's the coolest kid at school!!! You're going to do all this and not turn your phone sideways? (via Deadspin) At last night's Reds vs. Cubs game, a fan filmed himself running across the field because he lost a bet. Despite the factShow More Summary

Researchers Find Key Player in Diabetic Kidney Disease Through Power of Metabolomics

Tapping the potential of metabolomics, an emerging field focused on the chemical processes of metabolism, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have identified a new and pivotal player in diabetic kidney disease.

Winners!: 2012 Underwater Photography Contest

The 2012 Annual Underwater Photography Contest winners announced this week were chosen from a field of 700 images. See more photography from the contest hosted by the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science here.

Student-Tripping Texas Cop Suspended Indefinitely (VIDEO)

A Texas police officer has been indefinitely suspended after being caught on camera pushing and tripping high school students as they ran onto the field for a girls’ championship soccer game last year.

Longtime Md. education expert joins 4th Congressional District race

Alvin Thornton, who helped shape Maryland public school funding formulas, joins a crowded field.

Brooklyn Law School Will Pay Back Some Tuition To Graduates Who Can't Find Jobs

Brooklyn Law School may not exactly guarantee its graduates a job. In fact, the odds of successfully landing a career in a field even tangentially related to the law are pathetically slim. It's a sign of the times that Brooklyn Law School is now offering to repay 15 percent of students' tuition costs after they can't find a job nine months after graduating. [ more › ]

As Latino population surges, gaps in income and education may shrink

Yolanda Garcia's grandparents migrated from Mexico and worked multiple jobs - in farm fields and school cafeterias - to save money to send all six children to college.

Jesse Ventura Takes the Republican Presidential Field to School

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Reporting from his undisclosed location — and wearing a tie-dyed Grateful Dead "U.S. Bluez" t-shirt — former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is here to share his thoughts about some of the "crazy things" Republicans running for president have said over the past weeks, months and years.

Will Development Financing Finally Level the Playing Field for Women and Girls?

Let me paint a picture. It's 2030. Girls are in school and on career paths. Comprehensive sexuality education is a part of the school curriculum for both girls and boys, who have a good understanding of their bodies and respect each other. Show More Summary

New DoD Special Ed Regs Level the Playing Field for Military Kids

On June 25, DoD issued their new Special Education Regulations which affect children with disabilities who are educated in their DoD schools. Many schools on military bases are operated by the local school district in that region and the schools are not operated by the DoD. These new regs do not apply in those instances. […]

Running back Elijah Holyfield lists top 10 schools, includes USC

Running back Elijah Holyfield walked off the field smiling as he finished Day 1 of The Opening.

NYC schools open support centers to help teachers, parents

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The city's seven new Borough Field Support Centers will be fully operational by September, and will provide services like teacher training.

Manicures, Miscarriages and Mayhem

Since my medical school training, medicine as an art has expanded itself. Among its many facets has emerged the field of epigenetics -- or simply put, the science of how the environment impacts our core functioning as humans -- at the molecular level of things. Show More Summary

Bruce Museum adds to education staff, fills critical position

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Corinne Flax has joined the Bruce Museum Education Department as Manager of School/Community Partnerships. Ms. Flax has an M.A. from Bank Street in Museum Education, and has broad experience in the field, including managing the interactive...Show More Summary

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