Education News Archive - March 22, 2013
In the four years since Brown University established the Initiative to Maximize Student Development in its life sciences Ph.D. programs, enrollment and academic achievement among underrepresented minority students has increased markedly.
Math fans rejoice! A new study in Education Next has shown that doubling down on algebra classes leads to long-term positive effects on college entrance exam scores, high school graduation rates and college enrollment rates.
With the release of its second generation mobiScan SDK, Manatee Works has increased its efficiency and has elevated its way to the top as the leading performer of embedded mobile barcode decoding
Hundreds of review questions for the PRAXIS II teaching certification exams are now available in PracticeQuiz’s extensive library of free standardized test prep and certification exam review
The Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "We fear hundreds of families get shortchanged each year because there was not time to explore the legal issues related to financial compensation for
The Lung Cancer Asbestos Victims Center is now urging nonsmokers, who now have lung cancer to call them if their workplace had asbestos, because these types of cases can be worth six figures in
Social Security Disability Attorneys of Monge & Associates Contributes to A-Town Day ATLANTA, GA.
Schools face many challenges with iPad deployments, with damaged and lost devices being the most common.
Subscribers can now feature the 2012 Hyundai hatchback on their wheel and tire websites. New York,NY (PRWEB) March 22, 2013 Last week, rims fitment provider
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