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IT HAS been over a month since I returned to full-time media work after a one-year study leave spent abroad.
2 hrs ago | China Daily
Iris Chen, a Chinese American who is former school teacher, will run the private fundraising arm of New York City' education department, which has put hundreds of millions of dollars into initiatives such as pre-school preparation for children from low-income families and evaluating teachers.
5 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
As globalisation is failing to reduce income inequality, governments should focus on educating low-skilled workers to ensure a fairer distribution of income, according to a Nobel Laureate.
Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia Aug 31 2014 Former Armenian president marks 60th birthday 31 August 2014 - 12:45pm Former Armenian president Robert Kocharyan marks his 60th birthday today.
Labor Day in the United States, and EP has taken the day off. Herewith a re-issue of EP's edition of July 18, 2004.
I am a father, a son, a husband, a brother, an engineer, a software developer, a host of several radio shows, an author, a blogger, a vlogger, a political activist, a business owner, an entrepreneur, a musician, and a black man.
The University of Nebraska at Kearney is hosting the presentation by Peter Breggin.
High resolution photograph of cracks in thin layer of glass atop a silicon wafer.
California lawmakers passed a law on Thursday requiring universities to adopt "affirmative consent" language in their definitions of consensual sex, part of a nationwide drive to curb sexual assault on U.S. campuses.
The Osprey Observer continued its internship program this summer helping high school and college students who are interested in journalism to learn the ropes about what it means to be a reporter and what it takes to get a paper to press every week.
Sycamore names Hopping '14 Distinguished Alum Noted doctor, '68 graduate to receive award at Oct. 10 dinner Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1prJoQI Sycamore Community Schools will honor 1967 Sycamore High School graduate Dr. Steven B. Hopping with the 2014 Sycamore Distinguished Alumni Award.
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Separated from her mother at just 18 months old, Deb Hocking understands the trauma of the Stolen Generations.
Four economists of Indian origin have been featured in in the International Monetary Fund's list of 25 economists under 45 who are shaping the way one thinks about the global economy The "Generation Next" list of "economists under 45 will have the most influence in the coming decades on our understanding of the global economy," was compiled by IMF ... (more)
When Harvard University scientists said a couple of weeks ago that they had created robots that can work together in large numbers without guidance toward a common goal, I was surprised by the lack of reaction from doomsayers warning about a robotic apocalypse.
Surgery is built on a kind of paradox: In order to heal trauma, doctors must first create more trauma.
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