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24 Charts That Will Help You Be Healthy AF

Whether it's tips on how to eat healthier, work out more, or just be kinder to yourself.

A Collection of Some of The Essential Educational Web Tools for Teachers

July 29, 2015<br>We spent sometime during the last weekend sifting through our archive of educational tools we covered in the past and decided to bring …

Scientific evidence points to importance of positive thinking

<i>As psychologists turn their focus to positive emotions, a growing body of research is showing that positivity has knock-on effects that can help</i> …

Amazing Hotels in Rome You've GOT to See

Rome is the third most visited city in Europe, just behind Paris and London respectively, and this comes as no surprise.<p>After all, the "eternal city" a) is beautiful and b) has a rich history dating back to 753 BC, with so many historical sites that seeing them all is nearly impossible. (Might we …

Free Things to Do in Rome

Rome may be a city of high fashion and expensive tastes, but its rich history and art offer plenty of cultural sites that won't cost you a dime, including churches and most monuments. You don't have to look far for free activities in the Eternal City.<p><b>Attractions</b><p>Built between A.D. 118 and 125 as a …

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Time at issue for Race to Top states

Almost all of the 12 states splitting about $5 billion in federal economic stimulus money to re-imagine education policy have one thing in common: They need more time to get the job done.<p>Plans to adopt new math and reading standards, rework how teachers and principals are rated, turn around the …

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Yes, Schools Do Discriminate Against Students Of Color -- Reports

A so-called school-to-prison pipeline flows from school discipline that lands disproportionately on students with disabilities and students of color, according to a set of reports by 26 experts released on Thursday.<p>African-American students and students with disabilities are suspended at "hugely …