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5 Tips to Ace College Entry Exams

(eLivingtoday.com) Because most colleges and universities require applicants to submit ACT or SAT results as part of admissions consideration, prepping for the test itself can be a critical component of that process. While it can oftentimes be hard to deal with the anxiety that comes with a rigorous test meant to show your mastery of certain subjects and concepts, such…

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Take Steps to Support Literacy

8 ways to inspire children to read (Family Features) Reading is a foundation for learning, yet a vast gap exists in access to books for low-income neighborhoods. According to the Handbook of Literacy Research, in low-income neighborhoods, the ratio of books per child is just one age-appropriate book for every 300 children. Without books in the home, children lack the…

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Top 5 Healthcare Career Options for High School Graduates

  Top 5 Healthcare Career Options for High School Graduates By George N Anderson If you are a high school graduate, you may be looking at the next step in your life. You might not know what career path to take, or maybe you have already decided on one but want to learn more about it. Healthcare is an exciting…

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EMPIRE STATE BUILDING LAUNCHES COMPLIMENTARY STEAM AND SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM FOR STUDENTS, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BANK STREET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

As the Building marks 90 years in 2021, an updated curriculum for student group visits to the brand-new Observatory Experience offers new academic rigor in engineering, history, tech, and sustainability NEW YORK — The Empire State Building (ESB), in partnership with Bank Street College of Education, announced its updated, interactive lesson plans for student group visits to its brand new $165 million Observatory upgrade.  The curriculum follows New York…

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National Black Farmers Association Announces 2021-2022 Next Generation Black and Hispanic Farmers Scholarship Program Application Deadline

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It is a privilege for the National Black Farmers Association (NBFA) to administer a scholarship program to ensure that the next generation of African-American/Black and Hispanic farmers receive the training and skills that will enable them to thrive in the agricultural industry. “Higher education provides essential tools, knowledge, and resources that will allow these scholars to continue their family farm legacy for…

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