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The School System In New Orleans Needs Some Fixing

Posted on December 10, 2017 in Education Education News The School System

Some parents feel that the school system in New Orleans is not good enough, and that their children are not getting the proper care that they need. New Orleans’ school system is one of the lowest ranked in the country when it comes to achievement. This has especially been a huge problem ever since hurricane […]

Why the Senate Should Expand the 529 Savings Program

Posted on December 9, 2017 in College Education Education Education News

As part of the tax plan that is going to the floor of the Senate and which will be decided upon by Senators, there should be a provision to help lower income and middle-income families save for public education on a tax-exempt basis. There should be a plan for expanding the 529 savings program. The […]

Charter Schools Are Not Held Up To The Same Construction Standards As Traditional Schools

Posted on December 8, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education Systems

There are strict guidelines put in place for how public school buildings are constructed. These guidelines exist so that buildings are safe to be in under a variety of circumstances. For example, in the state of California, public school buildings are supposed to be constructed to meet certain guidelines that ensure that they are safe […]

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American Museum of Natural History Seeks to Create Better Exhibits By Appealing to Senses

Posted on December 7, 2017 in American Museum of Natural History Education

The American Museum of natural history has set in place up to eleven interactive galleries that will make you feel your senses. That is a series of practical steps that will give you a different perception of the world around you. Man perceives the universe through the five senses. Anything outside the usual functioning mechanism […]

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Dr. Mark McKenna’s Excellence as an Entrepreneur in the Real Estate and Medical Industries

Posted on December 6, 2017 in Doctors

Dr. Mark McKenna, the founder and CEO of OVME, was in September this year talking to Ideamensch. Among the things he shared with the readers were his career background, entrepreneurial motivation, daily routine, and his future both as an entrepreneur and as a medical practitioner. The Interview McKenna explained that after spending a decade in […]

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How Modern Medicine Is Giving Hope to Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Posted on in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome also known as CFS is popularly becoming a norm in most economies around the world today. With the fast paced lifestyle of most people, CFS is increasingly becoming rampant in most people regardless of their age. At one point in time, most of us has experienced this condition with the vast majority […]

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No Crime Like Lime Crime

Posted on in Cosmetic

People of fashion, beware! Now your lips and your eyes can be a dangerous duo, thanks to the recent release of the Diamond Dew liquid eye shadow from Lime Crime. This is intended to be an extended line of the Diamond Crushers lip topper; which people just could not get enough of. However, now there […]

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The Future of Public Education – How Should it Be?

Posted on December 5, 2017 in Education Education News Public Education Public Education Systems

A recent article on Forbes about Public Education Vs. Public Schooling brought out a lot of insight on the difference between the two. Most people assume that the two are synonymous and yet schooling just happens to be one method of education. Once we separate mass schooling from public education , we won’t be stuck […]

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Education at Stake in New Tax Bill

Posted on December 4, 2017 in Education Education News

The debate around public education will never end. There are many thoughts on what is best for the public education system in the United States. With the new tax bill in the Senate, many people are worried about the future of public education in the United States. If the bill is passed in the current […]

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