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Got another traffic violation? Try traffic school this time

16th April 2013
What exactly is traffic school? Once you have got a poor driving record, taking a traffic school onlinemay help improve your driving record as a citation can be masked or expunged after successfully doing a traffic school in california program. You can... Read >
Author: Youlanda Nuth

How Smart Goals Can Help Teachers Get More Cooperation From Parents

07th March 2012
Most schools hold open houses or back-to-school nights early in the year, allowing parents a chance to meet teachers, principals and other families with children in the same class. Another opportunity for teachers and parents to communicate is through par... Read >
Author: Damon Ebanks

Is Nursing The Career For You? Ask Yourself These Five Questions Before You Get In Too Deep

30th November 2010
Before you dive right in into a nursing degree, you should know -- nursing school is not for the faint-hearted. Training programs for aspiring nurses are rigorous and exhausting, plus they cost a lot of money too . So before you invest too much time, e... Read >
Author: Travis

Prom Dresses for 2010 Around the World

25th August 2010
What could be more appealing than to wear an ever-gorgeous dress for the most awaited night of the whole school year? I know you have been preparing for that special one night since the classes started. You want to look unique and be the apple of the crow... Read >
Author: Rubenbl

Essential Teacher Supplies Every Classroom Needs

29th June 2010
Surviving the school year and getting the most out of the time that you have with your students is more easily accomplished when you have the classroom essentials needed to "get the job done." Let's look at the essentials that every teacher must have in t... Read >
Author: Jennifer Dobson

Command Respect in the Classroom With These Eleven Simple Suggestions

29th June 2010
It can be extremely difficult to teach a class of students who do not respect you. Not only will it keep students from learning, it can also grow into a serious safety issue. It's best to start the school year with clear rules and expectations. However, i... Read >
Author: Jennifer Dobson

Why Don't More Women Become Engineers?

01st February 2010
It's no secret that the Engineering field is utterly dominated by males. For one reason or another, very few women aspire to become an Engineer. "The real challenges for reaching out to young women is to get over the stereotype that this isn't something g... Read >
Author: Brandon Weber

All Women Over 40 Can Apply For Obama's New Scholarships For Mothers Program

16th October 2009
There is much talk these days about the "Scholarship for Moms Program."' Realistically, it is not so much a program, but a much anticipated outcome of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.' In the ARRA, the federal government has r... Read >
Author: Lindsy Emery

Gus Kangadis – President/CEO :: BlockbusterPrint.com

17th September 2009
Gus Kangadis, the President and CEO of BlockbusterPrint.com. An inspirational young man with a big imagination teaches us never to stop dreaming. Raised by Greek parents who moved to America in 1974 without money, they migrated for a better life. Gus Kang... Read >
Author: Gus Kangadis

Transformer Bumble Bee 16 inch Bike

28th June 2009
The Transformer Bumble Bee 16 inch kids bike is quickly becoming the most popular toy of the summer. I am going to surprise my son in a couple of weeks when he completes school. I recently picked up one from ebay.com. The entire process was easier than I ... Read >
Author: Reginald Colon

Middle School Classroom Management: Behavior Action Plan

14th August 2007
One of the most difficult skills to master as a teacher is classroom management. Unfortunately, if you can not master this skill you are not going to survive as a teacher, especially as a middle school teacher. However, when the school year starts, man... Read >
Author: Adam Waxler

How Public Schools Coerce Parents Into Giving Mind-Altering Drugs To Their Children

06th October 2005
Despite the potentially dangerous side-effects of Ritalin, some public school authorities now pressure parents to give Ritalin to their children so these kids won't "act up" in school. Naturally, most parents don't want to drug their children just beca... Read >
Author: Joel Turtel
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