Friday, September 25, 2020

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An interesting and enlightening perspective from Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) found in The Hill about virtual schooling.  Mr. Burgess offers some solutions to those with challenges that, he included, faces first hand.  Here's his report: BY REP. MICHAEL C. BURGESS,...
In USA Today, reporter Sonja Haller, writes on a product that we never thought would be necessary for our school go-er's...a bulletproof backpack.  What a great idea!  We  think all teachers and staff (Security Guards, etc.) in schools should...
Jackie Salo of the New York Post picked up this report out of Kansas City, Missouri.  Though the data is incomplete it raises suspicion on both sides.  The report states that while the male was having sex with her...
In this well-written perspective from a student at the University of Chicago, we are happy to see that he recognizes that education is not found in the library alone, but also through the wealth of experiences found in life. ...
In the USA Today, Joey Garrison, reports on the who the "smart man" is who took the College Entrance exams for payment.  Mark Riddell replies that "he will always regret it:" To pull off the largest college admissions bribery scheme in U.S...
In "Knowing the Bible 101," authors Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz, create a guide to understanding God's Word in plain language.  In the chapter, "The Book of Acts: The Church is Born," Paul's mission is to go in to...
What a nice report from James Gaines of UpWorthy.  Schools are becoming innovative by using alternatives to detention.  How's this for a mindfulness exercise to be used in life: Imagine you're working at a school and one of the kids...
This is from a great book written a few years ago to help educate and explain the teachings of the Bible.  The book is entitled "Knowing The Bible 101" by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz: "Shakespeare could take a sheet...
SAMPLE In the Journal News (September 4th edition) reporter Matt Coyne states that the roads are turning back to normal traffic. Boy, do I agree!
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