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The New First “R”

By Steve Peha In the era of ed reform, redefining the Three R’s is a political pastime. “Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships” seems to be a

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HEROIN USE PREVENTION

MORE THAN JUST SAYING NO Charles Mendez, III Heroin use in our society today has reached considerable numbers.  In 2015, the U.S. Centers for Disease

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PRO-TEENS

WHAT IS BEST FOR TEENS WHEN IT COMES TO SPORTS, NUTRITION, SUPPLEMENTS AND TRAINING? Peter Rusin and Kym Zylke Active teenagers are increasingly focused on

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Norfolk

the heart of the Virginia Waterfront! Norfolk is the ideal destination for action-packed and affordable, educational tours. With an abundance of outdoor activities, historical and

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SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS

THE VIRGINIA AIR & SPACE CENTER IN HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Discover a world of imagination and fun at the Virginia Air & Space Center in Hampton,

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Fredericksburg, Virginia

History, Entertainment and Adventure abound in the Fredericksburg, Virginia Region, located just fifty miles south of Washington, D. C.  Combine a dose of drama with

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Virginia Beach, Virginia

Virginia Beach is an ideal coastal city destination for student group travelers thanks to its three distinct beaches, well-known and off-the-beaten-path attractions and opportunities to

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STAGES FOR LEARNING:

TEACHING THAT PERFORMS American poet, writer and scholar Mark Van Doren says, “The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery.” In addition to

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Historic Camden

At Historic Camden, the Colonial world and the American Revolution come to life for students during school tours offered all year round.  Our two-hour long

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Learning Differences

The Brightest and Best Welda Simousek Who do you think about when you worry about meeting student needs? I’ll bet you think about those students

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Our Future Global Leaders

RB Knight As educators, parents (and grandparents), it’s never too early to start our kids on the path to global learning within our own communities.

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From Classrooms To Boardrooms

Bob Just and Kim Rousseau Education and corporate culture have a long history together. Sir Ken Robinson describes the relationship quite succinctly, “Public schools were

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INTEGRATION

MORE THAN JUST TECHNOLOGY Kathy Walter I have 10 email addresses and counting.  I can view them on any of my many devices, regardless of

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