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Education For students

Education For students

President Obama has said, “the story of the Civil Rights Movement was written in our schools.” Secretary Duncan has echoed that, “education is the civil rights issue of our generation.” This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the 25th anniversary of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, and the 50th anniversary of the Selma marches. A recent event brought together more than two dozen students from New York and New Jersey high schools to show the film, Selma, with the film’s…
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MDC College students Portal

MDC College students Portal

Nestled at the northern part of Bohol is a modest but elegant looking college. Mater Dei College offers a harmonious blend of a peaceful rural ambience and a fast-paced technological advancement. Demographically, MDC can be considered a small college with a population of more than a thousand students, but her small size did not deter her from having big visions. In spite of limited resources, she dares to dream-dreams which have been gradually materialized with abundant blessings from Mary, the Mother of God (Mater Dei), the patroness of the institution…
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Cheap clothes Los Angeles

Cheap clothes Los Angeles

Citadel Outlets near downtown Los Angeles Factory Outlets are stores where manufacturers occasionally offer items at a discount in order to sell off remaining inventory from the previous season. Not everything is on sale, although you can usually find some deals. Most of the outlet stores are clustered in large outdoor shopping centers, but many are too far from Los Angeles to be reached via public transportation. - An open-air mall that contains scores of factory outlet stores where you can find many of your favorite name brands at up to 70% off…
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NASAs Kids

NASAs Kids

NASA stands for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a government agency that was created by Congress in 1958. NASA’s mission is to explore space and aeronautics, or flight research. NASA is also responsible for making sure that the United States space program is conducted for peaceful purposes that can help mankind. The head of NASA has to be approved by the government. The president can give NASA directions, like when NASA was first instructed to land on the moon or build a space shuttle. The mission to land on Mars was also…
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CAD for students

CAD for students

By Rebecca Goodno MCC Communications Intern Most people scrap their used cardboard. In MCC Instructor Jeff Johnston’s class, they sit on it. Each year, he requires his Computer Aided Design (CAD) students to research, design and eventually construct usable chairs from corrugated paper and glue. The lesson benefits anyone pursuing a career in computer aid design, manufacturing engineering technology and industrial technology, explained Johnston. He laid down the ground rules at semester’s start. Students were grouped into three teams of two-to-three…
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ISTE Student Standards

ISTE Student Standards

While working on a webpage for staff and students, it didn t make sense to call the standards by their standard category . For example, second graders would have a hard time reading Communication and Collaboration . The following could be used as Student friendly equivalents. What do you think? Communication and collaboration should be work together/share it Creativity and Innovation = Communication and Collaboration = Research and Information Fluency = Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making = Digital Citizenship = Technology Operations…
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Student Academic Planner

Student Academic Planner

1. I clicked on the CLICK HERE button but nothing happened? SJSU Planner opens in a new browser window or tab. You must disable your pop-up blocker or accept pop-ups from the MySJSU website. See the examples below. 2. Should I build my courses around my breaks, or the other way around? The courses you need or want to take should always drive your schedule. We recommend refining your course choices before adding in your break times. 3. I clicked Generate Schedules and got hundreds of results! Use the filters to narrow down your results. Try the following…
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Students CAD Software

Students CAD Software

Dunwoody students and faculty are celebrating the installation of the College’s newest piece of equipment- a Kongsberg V20 CAD (Computer-Aided Design) Table. Kongsberg, a division of Esko, Inc. (a valued partner to the Design & Graphics Technology department) manufactures its tables in the Czech Republic and sells them worldwide. The new table and software allows users to design and produce cartons, containers, retail displays, signage and die cut art made from a wide array of materials including paper, plastic and corrugated cardboard…
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Educational Websites for students

Educational Websites for students

Sites for Every Student Rate My Professors - This site is great for college students who re planning their class schedule. It features ratings for more than one million professors around the world. Those professors are ranked by more than 6.8 million students. Backpack - Backpack is the ultimate organizational Web app for college students. It allows users to take notes online, create to-do lists, keep schedules and much more. Study Hacks - Study Hacks is dedicated to demystifying student success. This college blog has become one of the best places…
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Student Websites

Student Websites

Looking to expand your marketing knowledge and stay current with what’s happening in the industry? Here are 12 websites you can bookmark. The marketing potential of wearable technology like Google Glass. The content marketing explosion. The future of text message and mobile analytics. The rise of “social TV.” One thing you can do is bookmark some of these leading marketing websites – and then visit them regularly. Doing so will only enhance the knowledge you’re gaining from your coursework. And, as Renaissance thinker Francis Bacon said more than…
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My UCSD

My UCSD

An art installation, My Meditations End in Reverie, by UC San Diego student Elizabeth Stringer is now on display through May. The exhibition is divided into two parts, located in both the Seuss Room Foyer within Geisel Library and in the Biomedical Library Building entry. With an educational background as a double major in Human Biology and Art Studio Practice, Stringer has found herself within a world of growing rationalism in contemporary science and society. By allowing this mode of thinking to be the guide of passion, she investigates the poetic…
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Dadeschools

Dadeschools

Dadeschools – is the official site of Miami-Dade Public School. Its content gives all the information related to Miami-Dade Public School. It is a global school, which has diverse students who come from a wide range of vibrant communities. The students speak in 56 different languages and represent about 160 countries. The school is located at the southern part of Florida peninsula. Based on the tab “school information” on , Miami-Dade Public School is available from elementary school to senior high school. Charter and magnet school are also available…
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Student Community

Student Community

Powering 3, 260, 836 Edublogs since 2005 Today we re excited to announce we ve rolled out many more new beautiful themes. All these themes are mobile friendly; designed to display nicely on all devices. Bring a fresh, sophisticated look Read more When Edublogs began nearly a decade ago, the idea was to bring blogging to every classroom. Then, a few years later, our Edublogs Campus product was created to provide white label Read more Woah! Today s news is kinda big. We ve made available a new plugin, called Jetpack, which when activated brings…
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University of South Carolina students

University of South Carolina students

A University of South Carolina student was suspended Friday after a photo of her writing a racial slur on a white board circulated on social media. The unnamed student in the image appears to be writing a list of reasons why USC (University of South Carolina) WiFi blows. The first word on the list is the N-word. Racist and uncivil rhetoric have no place at the University of South Carolina,Pastides said. Student Grace Steptoe told NBC affiliate WIS that she felt the same way. I think it s a horrible representation of the school. It s not even…
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Web Reg

Web Reg

I like to think that I’m a positive person. I am, for the most part, always looking on the brighter side of things. But like everyone else, I complain. I think I’ve done a good job at remaining optimistic in my posts, even when dealing with dire (the hurricane) or personal (the fears of growing up) topics. And regarding Rutgers, I’ve shown nothing but praise. I assure you that I’ve meant every word—in no way have I shown bias in favor of my school. That, of course, means it’s high time for some criticism. With over 43, undergrads, Rutgers is crowded;…
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