Education News Archive - January 04, 2011
The end is nigh on Mass Money Makersâ€™ history-making ClickBank attempt. The cash-generation systemâ€™s developers have decided to end the launch early.
Oregon State Extended Campus has partnered with the College of Health and Human Sciences to launch an online bachelor of science degree in Human Development and Family Sciences (HDFS).
Convershakn, LLC, announces the release of its first interactive family entertainment app for iPhones, iPods, and iPads that helps families improve their communication.
Nickelodeon has picked up a sitcom pilot starring young Sony Music recording artist Cymphonique. The 14 year old Cymphonique Miller is set to star in "How to Rock Braces and Glasses," based on a new book series from Alloy Entertainment.
The US Drug Watchdog is saying, "we cannot even begin to say how big of a deal the Darvocet, or Darvon pain pill recalls are.
BizziBiz Franchise, Inc., a franchise business model in the rapidly growing digital marketing industry, officially launched on January 1, 2011.
Homeschool Buyers Co-op offers, â€œWords and Their Storiesâ€ vocabulary curriculum to their members at discounted rates Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) January 3, 2011 The Homeschool Buyers Co-op, a leader in homeschool curriculum sales, announced they are offering an exclusive discount on one of their top homeschool vocabulary building curriculums, "Words and Their Stories." With the buying power of the Co-op, members will receive a 67% discount when purchasing the elementary through high school vocabulary curriculum. "The Words and Their Stories homeschool vocabulary building curriculum uses state-of-the-art Flash interaction and is able to transform vocabulary words into a story system.
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Matthew Emerson and Wesley Straw, personal injury lawyers, launched their new website for their personal injury law firm, Emerson Straw Injury Law in November 2010.
New guidelines released by the American Heart Association recommend that the three steps of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) be rearranged.The new first step is doing chest compressions instead of first establishing the airway and then doing mouth to mouth.