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Residents Of ‘Frost-Belt’ Cities Found Least Educated Urbanites

According to a study conducted by Wayne State University, residents of the oldest industrial cities in the nation tend to have lower education levels compared to urban dwellers in other parts of the country. The study, based on data from …

Schools Can Expect Major Disruptions If UPS Workers Strike

In the coming week, there is a possibility of a strike by hundreds of thousands of delivery drivers and warehouse workers across the country. This strike has the potential to disrupt important shipments for school districts as they prepare for …

Mass. Board Mulls Proposal To Ax PE Requirement

Massachusetts is moving forward with a plan to remove the mandatory time allocation for physical education classes, despite strong opposition from teachers. Currently, the state requires students in grades 1-10 to have 60 hours of physical education per year, and …

Job Corps’ Successes Were Overstated, GAO Audit Finds

When the General Accounting Office attempted to verify the statistics provided by the Department of Labor regarding the effectiveness of its Job Corps program, it came across some careless work. For instance, a participant who had received clerical training and …

A Highly Effective Vaccine Is Likely On The Way. What Does That Mean For Schools And Kids?

Orenstein: One limitation is that the Pfizer vaccine has not yet been tested in young children, so we don’t have data on its effectiveness and safety in that age group. Additionally, the trials with older children have just started, so …

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How To Cite An Essay In A Book Mla

When you are writing an essay, you will often be asked to cite your sources. This means that you will need to include information about the book, article, or website you used to write your essay. Citing your sources correctly …

US Universities Hit By Protests Over Cuts, Tuition, Right To Unionize

In light of increased tuition fees, budget cuts, and denied unionization rights, graduate workers in the American higher education system are rallying together. The coronavirus pandemic has forced college and university administrations to make difficult decisions, including a decline in …

Is Academy Status Being Foisted On Schools?

The Save Our Schools group is holding passionate discussions about the alleged privatisation of state education and concerns about a deficit in democratic accountability; topics that are not likely to be debated in the terraced houses of Louth, Lincolnshire. Nevertheless, …

I Just Sat In My Room All Day’: Lonely Students Seek Mental Health Support

University students are experiencing feelings of isolation and anxiety due to the campus lockdowns. Counsellors and charities warn that urgent action is required, or the students’ mental health will deteriorate further. Nightline, a phone service run by student volunteers, has …

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