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What A Biden Presidency Could Mean For Education

Heard on NPR Morning Edition “The education secretary wields oversight on issues of discrimination, segregation and bias through the Office for Civil Rights. During her controversial tenure, the current secretary, Betsy DeVos, made headlines for rolling back rights for students who are transgender, and for guidance on racially discriminatory discipline. Pringle said her union will be looking to Biden’s […]

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Communication Activities, Exercises, and Games

If you’re looking for a resource that’s rich with ideas, tips, and exercises that will help you become a better communicator and improve your relationships with your family, friends, and coworkers, positivepsychology.comis a great resource. This particular article is filled with useful tips and tools we think will be valuable. “The most important ingredient we put into any […]

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The Importance Of Soft Skills In A Post-Pandemic World

“If the Covid-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is the importance of knowing what matters most in our lives, personally and professionally. For many business leaders, it is not so much about what we can achieve, but rather how we want to act in the world. These shifts in perspective elevate the importance of […]

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Deaf U – A Netflix Original Reality Series (Rated TV-MA)

Deaf U is a coming-of-age reality series following a tight-knit group of Deaf students at Gallaudet University, a renowned private college for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, in Washington, D.C. Just a warning this show definitely deserves it’s TV-MA rating, it gives you everything you would expect from a reality TV show about college students […]

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New Study Shows Surprising Benefits Of Yoga To Deal With Anxiety And Stress

Yoga, an ancient practice and meditation, has become increasingly popular in today’s busy society. For many people, yoga provides a retreat from their chaotic and busy lives. In this Forbes article, by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D. he includes information that a new study at New York University Grossman School of Medicine builds a science to suggest that the popular, available […]