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There are some school districts that currently have no summer vacation, but rather multiple vacations of perhaps two weeks or so spread throughout the year. In addition to the schedule changes concerning the days school is attended, some school systems have also made the hours in school longer...


Traveling the world can be a fun experience, but volunteering abroad is more fulfilling. Anyone can go to another country and snap photographs, but actually interacting with people to build a stronger community is an unmatched experience.


What is more important, the ability to judge situations appropriately or just the knowledge about how to handle them? Does the intelligence quotient (IQ) determine your success or failure? For years, that was an overriding belief that people felt that only IQ was important to determine how far the person reached in life.


As our nation continues to combat the remnants of tough economic times, we must not forget to forge ahead without taking a closer look at the state of our educational systems. With over 1.2 million students dropping out of school each year, this in itself is playing a major factor in the downturn of our economy.


Are you a teacher's aide, teacher, or school administrator? Are you dreading the next school trip with your class - a long day, unruly students running everywhere, unhelpful museum staff or gallery attendants? Well, if you follow these suggestions, you can help ensure your next group trip will go more smoothly


A traveler studies the menu on a transatlantic liner or, indeed, in some American hotels a paralyzing sensation. There is so much to eat--for more than he can possibly digest. One sometimes has the same feeling about education, which also offers an enormous bill of fare. Almost any dish can be found in it, from Greek to stenography, from music to economics. How are we to choose from the bewildering profusion? What dishes ought we to order if we wish not merely to fill ourselves up, but to get the nourishment necessary to a healthy life, to become really educated people?