The stakes are too high right now not to push back on dangerous misinformation about the pandemic. Everyone has a social responsibility to speak up.
Why It’s Important To Push Back On ‘Plandemic’—And How To Do It
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Tagged conspiracy therory, coronavirus, COVID-19, education, health, misinformation, Plandemic, propaganda, science, virus |
Revelations about “Revelations”.
Posted in coronavirus, COVID-19, Education, History, Philosophy, Religion |
Tagged Apocalypse, Bible, education, end times, faith, history, interpretations, meanings, religion, Revelations, unveiling |
The toymaker announced a new product aimed at helping blind and visually impaired children learn Braille. The product is currently being tested in several different languages and will be widely available in 2020.
Posted in Business, Education, Gadgets, games, News, toys |
Tagged blind, Braille, bricks, education, game, LEGO, teaching, toy |
Putting relationship quality at the center of education.
Researchers look at countries that have prohibited corporal punishment for kids and their rate of youth violence.
Could A Ban On Spanking And Other Corporal Punishments For Kids Affect Rates Of Teen Violence? : Goats and Soda : NPR
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Tagged child psychology, children, corporal punishment, education, psychology, punishment, schools, science, spanking, teen violence |
A new study suggests that exposure to large home libraries may have a long-term impact on proficiency in three key areas
Growing Up Surrounded by Books Could Have Powerful, Lasting Effect on the Mind | Smart News | Smithsonian
New York University medical students received life-changing news on Thursday — the School of Medicine will cover full tuition going forward for all current and future students, regardless of need or merit. The stunning announcement was made Thursday morning at the end of the annual “White Coat Ceremony”.
New York University offers free tuition to all medical students
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Tagged college, education, health, medical school, medicine, New York University, tuition |
View the daily comic strip for Scenes from a Multiverse by cartoonist Jon Rosenberg created Jun 20, 2018 available on GoComics.com
Scenes from a Multiverse by Jon Rosenberg for Jun 20, 2018 – GoComics
Posted in Art, Comics, Education, Humor, Philosophy, Politics, Religion, Science Fiction/Fantasy |
Tagged accountability, comic strip, comics, education, faith, humor, ignorance, Jon Rosenberg, religion, responsibility, satire, Scenes from a Multiverse, science fiction, webcomic |
Posted in America, communication, Education, Essays, History, Media, News, People, Politics, Television |
Tagged apartheid, commentary, division, editorial, education, essay, media, news, opinion, politics, race, satire, Television, The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, TV |
Hi-4 Entertainment performers play with a theremin and other old electronic music equipment. At the 2016 Greater Hartford Maker Faire at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.
Posted in College, Connecticut, Education, Furry, Humor, New England, People, Science, Technology |
Tagged college, Connecticut, education, electronics, equipment, Farmington, fun, furry, Greater Hartford, Greater Hartford Maker Faire, Greater Hartford Maker Faire 2016, Hartford, Hi-4 Entertainment, humor, mascots, music, New England, science, theremin, Tunxis Community College |