by Harlan Hodge - 2006-12-15
Holocaust: a word used to describe the atrocities Hitler and the Nazi army inflicted upon millions of people, including Jews, Gypsies, and homosexuals, during the grievous period surrounding World War...
by C Weaver - 2006-12-16
On my list of favorite things to write about, education ranks about 367th, just above proctology exams. However, a recent article in my local newspaper prompted me to speak out.Like many states, Indi...
by Jesse Whitehead - 2006-12-18
In 2006, more than 3.2 million U.S. college and university students enrolled in at least one online course, an increase of 850,000 from the year before. For the last several years, enrollment in dista...
by Davinos Greeno - 2006-12-21
This has made Bhutan one of the highest per capita refugee generators in the world due to the implementation of the "Driglam Namzha" (Cultural Code of the Ruling Elite) with a "One Nation, One People"...
by Weam Namou - 2006-12-22
The words China and Egypt, Athens and Rome, bring to most people's mind a mysterious history and a respected culture. Rarely will the word Mesopotamia, ancient Iraq, do the same. You'll probably recei...
by RivkyShimon - 2006-12-23
Schools are struggling and art is the answer. If you are interested in starting your own art workshop center, that's the pitch you would want to give to the parents. As they become increasingly help...
by RivkyShimon - 2006-12-27
There are finally some studies that are starting to prove what I have been saying all along. Art classes in schools help students improve across the curriculum. In The New York Times, a study was fi...
by Rivky Shimon - 2006-12-28
Schools are failing miserably even though they won't admit it. Standardized school tests are designed to grade the achievement of the schools. But while many students are producing work far below th...
by RivkyShimon - 2007-01-03
I've been harping on the benefits of art and I thought I was tooting my own horn. So when I bumped into an article the other day written beautifully by Lisa L., a teenager from Wisconsin, I thought i...
by Low Jeremy - 2007-01-11
There was a time that vocational training meant focusing only on skilled trades such as being a mechanic or a welder. But since industries have diversified especially with the advent of the computer a...