Category: Education

Women’s History Month Celebrated By Art Galleries In Cleveland

Every month of March, the Women’s History Month is being held in celebration all over the world. In honor of the celebration, there are 86 galleries in Cleveland, Ohio that are participating in a movement to feature only works made by female artists. Mary Urbas was responsible for coordinating this movement and she is also […]

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Advantages Of Online Microsoft Project Training

Technology has made it possible to do most things online. Even learning and trainings can already be done online. If you are looking for Microsoft Project training, you have the option to take the course at your local management or computer school. However, you also have the option to take the course online. These days, […]

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Worldview From A Principal

It is the belief of Jorge Nelson that the best leaders are those that give others a chance to be a part of the initiative. He is the latest principal at the Mountain View Elementary School located in Shelton. He admitted that it was never his dream to become a school administrator. Nelson shared how […]

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Best Bathrooms In The World A Product Of Japan’s Love Of Toilets

Japan may be known for a lot of things and the innovations it has presented to the world but not with the same level as their obsession when it comes to building their toilets. Bathrooms may be considered as the smallest room inside the house or an establishment but that does not stop Japan from […]

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First Ever Laser Eye Surgery Done On A Falcon

Lasik, or laser eye surgery Northern Ireland, is a procedure not exclusive for humans only as a falcon from New Hampshire named Banner received a second round of laser eye surgery. Banner had cataracts in both eyes and the procedure is as stepping stone for her to, one day, fly again. Dr. Andre d’Hemecourt conducted […]

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Town’s Grief For The Didcot Murders Expressed Through Ribbons

The murder of a family in their house at Didcot had left the whole town grieving. It was truly saddening to hear that three lives had been taken, three lives had been stolen, and for a grieving town, what better way to express their grief than with ribbons? When you happen to be passing through […]

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Finnish Education: A Model For Other Nations

As countries around the globe aspire to achieve a better preschool education, they should look at what Finland is doing with its early childhood education. Finland’s educational system Finland’s tested, efficient and effective way of rearing children from early childhood is envy to most nations. It was not long before that students from Finland with […]

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