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The second International Early Childhood Education Summit (IECES) was successfully held Creating core education, Adding maximum value

On November 24, 2018, the second International Early Childhood Education Summit (IECES) was successfully held in Hilton Beijing, Beijing, China. The summit is co-hosted by Expert Advisory Committee of ... read more

The Cognitive Benefits of Exercise in Youth

Many international ... Summit on the Physical Activity of Children, this is not a one-step solution by one group. It will require contributions and collaboration from a variety of sectors (sports and ... read more

Is More Testing the New Civil Rights Agenda?

Public education is controlled by laymen ... and that government should not only improve schools, but invest more in early-childhood programs, health services, and out-of-school programs. Only a day ... read more

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People with Criminal Records Denied Access to Public Housing

Decent and stable housing is essential for human survival and dignity, a principle affirmed both in U.S. policy and international human rights law.The United States ... record can be a barrier to ... read more


Spire’s Health Tag: CEO Interview and Product Review

The Health Tag offers up to 1.5 years of battery life and is washer and dryer proof, which means that once you adhere the tag to your desired pieces of clothing ... by moving the sensor suite to the ... read more

The water car fraud

So, what is the problem? It’s that the laws of physics, in particular a fundamental scientific principle known as the Second Law of Thermodynamics, impose inviolable constraints. Every machine ... read more

Skipper: Does Mason City want the candle or the curse?

Neither he, Burnett nor the current council can be held responsible for money already spent. Schickel said the developer, Gatehouse Capital, will put up 40 percent of the cost; a state grant will ... read more

How the World May End

I read On the Beach for the first time the other day, finishing it as the U.S. Congress passed a law to wage economic war on Russia, the world’s second most lethal nuclear ... even witty, highly ... read more

Teachers Were Never The Problem

Google the phrase “education crisis” and you'll be hit with a glut of articles, blog posts and think tank reports claiming the entire American school system is facing an emergency. Much of this ... read more

Earth May Be a 1-in-700-Quintillion Kind of Place

Zackrisson’s model combined information about known exoplanets with our understanding of the early universe and the laws of physics to recreate the past 13.8 billion years. Zackrisson’s work suggests ... read more

Attacks on Education in Afghanistan

ISAF: International Security ... the quality of education is extremely low. Two critical factors are, first, that attacks on teachers, students, and schools by armed groups have forced schools to ... read more

Why Vaccine and GMO Denial Should be Treated Equally

That is the question I wish many of my friends and colleagues in media would grapple with. Kennedy’s piece was rejected by HuffPost after a week of editorial back and forth. But this is another story, ... read more



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