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Freshman Dies in Fraternity Pledge at NYC College

Freshman Dies in Fraternity Pledge at NYC College

A NYC college fraternity ritual has taken the life of a freshman. The District Attorney released a statement on Wednesday that said that Chen Michael Deng, 19, was taken to Wilkes-Barre hospital on Sunday morning. He was in critical condition when he was brought in. The 19 year old had […]

by December 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled University
Texas College Student Fatally Shot by Campus Police

Texas College Student Fatally Shot by Campus Police

A college student in Texas was shot and killed by campus police over the weekend. The 23 year old Honors student was Robert Cameron Redus, who is from Baytown, Texas, allegedly took the officers baton and began hitting him with it. This comes from a statement made by the college […]

by December 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled University
Virtual High Schools Becoming Hugely Popular for Some Students

Virtual High Schools Becoming Hugely Popular for Some Students

A major trend is happening in many part of the country, Virtual schools are becoming more popular and modern technology is being implemented to make these schools as close to actual in-person schooling as they can get. The technology now exists to make a virtual classroom one where as much […]

by December 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled Online Schools
Governor Nixon Proposes More Education Dollars for Missouri Schools

Governor Nixon Proposes More Education Dollars for Missouri Schools

Governor Jay Nixon has proposed raising state funding for schools this week in Missouri. While Governor Nixon is proposing freezes on the tuition of the public universities in Missouri, he wants to increase the funding for schools as well. In fact, Nixon has made a budget increase recommendation of $36.7 […]

by December 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies
Schools Around the Nation Keep Troubled Students in School

Schools Around the Nation Keep Troubled Students in School

A trend is emerging in some schools, where troubled students are being kept in schools rather than taken out. For example, the New York Times reported this week on a Florida school that has a Zero Tolerance policy but has decided that they can change that policy to allow students […]

by December 12, 2013 Comments are Disabled Parenting, Teaching
A Closer Look at iSight

A Closer Look at iSight

The iSight is an internal and external webcam developed by Apple. The external camera was introduced in 2003 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference that took place from June 23 to 27 in San Francisco. Beginning in late 2005, Apple used iSight as the brand name for the video cameras […]

by December 10, 2013 Comments are Disabled Tech
Online Mugshots: A Vital Service or Internet Extortion?

Online Mugshots: A Vital Service or Internet Extortion?

If you spend a lot of time on the Internet, chances are that you’ve seen advertisements for websites claiming to show mug shots of people who have been arrested. These sites may appear shady, but they do present mug shots, as promised. Over the past couple of years, more than […]

by December 10, 2013 Comments are Disabled Politics & Policies, Tech
Return Of Students For Their Second Year To The Same College

Return Of Students For Their Second Year To The Same College

It is very often seen that most college students leave their college and do not return to the same college for their second year. Most of the graduates who have passed exams like SAT and other exams do not join college or they tend to move to another college after […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled University
The Impact Of 3D Printing And What Impact Has It Brought To Schools

The Impact Of 3D Printing And What Impact Has It Brought To Schools

With technology encroaching in every sphere schools are not left behind. In fact, there is a demand for smart schools today which have all the latest technologies well embedded, so that students are not new to something when they move out of school campus. Plus it opens and brightens the […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled Tech
University Lays Hope Upon Its Alumnus Who Face Professional Challenges

University Lays Hope Upon Its Alumnus Who Face Professional Challenges

The Graduate School of Education under University of Southern California has started to offer career counseling to any of their alumnus who has been undergoing professional challenges. One of the most acclaimed and profound teachers’ colleges can jolt up the field with its extraordinary plan as announced on Thursday. The […]

by December 3, 2013 Comments are Disabled Teaching