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Coding the Curriculum

Like millions of other Americans, in January I tuned in to President Barack Obama’s 2016 State of the Union Address. Here’s what struck me: the President said that he didn’t simply want to talk abo... Read More...

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The Form of a Liberal Education

What does it mean to be engaged in a liberal arts education? I’ve been pondering this question much lately, primarily driven to ask by the sound bites that invade my daily life. On the one hand I hea... Read More...

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Letter to Leaders

As a leader you may be asking yourself - “I signed up for this?”  The answer is yes and many are glad you did.  As a superintendent or building principal you have the talent, desire and disposition t... Read More...

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School Safety Matters

4th Down and a Few Months to Go In the first in a series of articles in collaboration with SEEN Magazine, we want to welcome readers to the online column, School Safety Matters.  We believe ... Read More...

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Hey, Where’s Our Stuff? The Importance of Managing K-12 District Resources

The topic of resource management always grabs the attention of K-12 superintendents and administrators, simply because they know they need to optimize the limited resources they have if they’re going ... Read More...

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A Cost-Effective Safety Solution: Pepper Gel Can Provide Peace of Mind 
for Students, Parents and Faculty

As the #1 pepper spray brand trusted by police and consumers worldwide, SABRE Security Equipment Corporation knows about keeping people safe, and taking down attackers. With free safety resources as ... Read More...

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TECHNOLOGY ADDICTION

Laptops on the desks of each high school student; Wi-Fi access in every school and iPads for all kindergarteners: the inevitable march of progress? As a counselor specializing in the prevention and t... Read More...

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LEMURS ARE LEAPIN’ IN MADAGASCAR JOURNEY

It’s the final year to bring your students on a journey to the island of Madagascar, right here in South Carolina. On exhibit now through summer 2016, Madagascar Journey showcases four unique habitat... Read More...

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CENTER FOR CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Recently named the “Best Museum in Atlanta” by USA Today’s 10Best.com , the Center for Civil and Human Rights, which opened in 2014, is a unique cultural experience in downtown Atlanta. Read More...

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BE MODERN. LEARN OUTSIDE THE LINES.

Beginning Spring 2016, the Mississippi Museum of Art showcases an incredible collection of work by some of the 20th century’s most legendary artists. “When Modern Was Contemporary: Selections from th... Read More...

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TROY UNIVERSITY’S ROSA PARKS MUSEUM PRESERVES PARK’S LASTING LEGACY

On Dec. 1, 1955, the act of one courageous woman sparked a movement that brought change not only to the city of Montgomery, Alabama, but also throughout the United States. Rosa Parks, often referred... Read More...

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THE GEORGE W. BUSH PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas, Texas, opened its doors to the public on May 1, 2013. Since then, nearly one million visitors have toured the museum exhibits, including ... Read More...

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NORFOLK THE HEART OF THE VIRGINIA WATERFRONT

Located conveniently along the Mid-Atlantic coast, Norfolk, Virginia is the ideal destination for action-packed and affordable educational tours. With an abundance of outdoor activities, historical a... Read More...

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MAKE EDUCATION FUN AT BUSCH GARDENS WILLIAMSBURG AND WATER COUNTRY USA

The beautiful charm of Europe meets an unparalleled mixture of thrill rides and adventure at Busch Gardens Williamsburg®. The Virginia theme park has something for everyone with world-class roller co... Read More...

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STEM EDUCATION AT A LIVING HISTORY MUSEUM HENRICUS HISTORICAL PARK

Drive West Up the James River -- Next Stop: the 17th Century The Virginia Indian Community of Arrohateck & the English Citie of Henricus Henricus Historical Park is located on Virginia’s histor... Read More...

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