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Should Teachers Intentionally Discuss Environmentalism With Kids?

Who is responsible for the environmental education of the students? Should we leave that to their parents? Should parents begin discussing environmental degradation and climate change during dinner time? Is that an appropriate topic during shared meals with the family? Or, is it the role of the education system and the teachers to discuss such

Self-Improvement 101: Investments to Make for a Better You

If you have goals you wish to achieve, the first step would be to identify the areas that need improvement. It is not enough that you know what you wish to attain. Retaining the bad habits and failure to improve yourself in the right areas will only lead to further disappointments. The problem is, most

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Skills That Your Child Will Need in Their Life

A lot of adults feel like they could have done more in their life if they had the right preparation. You might have the same feeling. For example, you likely think that if you knew how to better budget your money when you were younger, then you would have a better financial foundation. Now that

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Values and Manners Teachers Can Instill to Students in a Classroom Setting

A typical curriculum is centered around academic subjects, with an emphasis on maths, science, social studies, geography, and language. In some schools, students are even encouraged to take electives in any of those major subjects. And if a student fails maths, for example, they may be asked to take remedial classes. While there’s nothing wrong

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Adulting Classes to Take as Electives

More often than not, when college students are choosing their electives, they go for the classes that would give them an easy A. And no one could judge them for that, not really. We can’t fault a pre-med college student for wanting to take some easy classes. They may be overwhelmed with their lab work

The Early Life of the King of Pop

With almost 200 awards, including 26 American Music Awards, 15 Grammy Awards, 13 number one U.S. singles, and 3 Presidential Awards (not to mention breaking or setting nearly 40 Guinness World Records), and lifetime album sales that have exceeded 1 billion, it’s small surprise that Michael Jackson is regarded as the “King of Pop”, and

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How Schools Can Make Sure Remote Students Have the Supplies They Need

While numerous school systems across the country have returned to in-person classes, many are still providing virtual learning options. As winter moves in and the pandemic continues spreading virtually unchecked throughout the country, there are more remote students than ever before. With children from elementary to high school learning remotely and many parents furloughed, laid

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How to Balance Grades & Extracurricular Activities in College

In college, you have to split your time between classes, homework, chores, errands, socializing, and extracurricular activities. It can be challenging to juggle all these areas and have a balanced college life. But it’s not impossible. Learning how to manage your time, however, is an essential skill that will benefit you further in life. Seeing as

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How to Negotiate Student Loan Settlements

Student loans are a major problem for many professionals. In order to finish your education, you will need to have enough money to pay for it. While applying for student loans is a great investment for the future of your career, it can be difficult to get out of the debt once you have graduated.

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