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  • 6). Become a Mortgage Broker  By : Joe Kocsis
    We all strive for success by studying for university degrees, attend courses and continuously look for a spark for direction in life and it's not until we see a professional person in front of us that we realise that it's a job that we would like to do. It seems easy watching that individual working at the height of their career without realising what price they have had to pay to achieve success.
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  • 7). An Apple A Day Can Help Kids Make The Grade  By : Dana Matas
    Getting a child to eat healthy food can be a monumental challenge for any parent. However, studies show that all of the haggling, arguing, and hassle is actually worth the effort as a healthy diet leads to enhanced academic performance in school. In fact, malnourished children often struggle in school because they are more likely to miss school, score lower on standardized tests, and repeat grades.
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  • 8). Mortgage Adviser Courses  By : Joe Kocsis
    If you are looking to start a career in Financial Services as a mortgage advisor but are finding it hard to get your foot in the door, let a dedicated team of industry-experienced CeMAP training professionals lead the way. People travel to mortgage adviser courses from all parts of the country including England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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  • 11). Technology in the Classroom  By : Dana Matas
    Technology is revolutionizing the way Americans communicate and conduct business; yet, it has been slow to really take foot in our schools’ curriculums. Up until recently, technology has been introduced to students as an elective versus a complete integration and redefining of the way students are taught. The fact of the matter is, today, children are growing up in a world much different from what their parents and grandparents experienced.
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  • 12). Six Teachers from Spain to Teach in the Ohio Schools  By : Patricia Hawke
    Susan Tave Zelman, superintendent of public instruction for the Ohio schools, welcomed six visiting teachers from Spain, who will be teaching in the Ohio schools this coming school year. Last year, the Ohio schools signed a memorandum of understanding with the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, Spain’s sponsor for the visiting international teacher program.
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  • 13). Re-entering the Workforce  By : DavidPierce
    There are many people in the world who decide to put there careers on hold for whatever reason. The reason run the gamut, and we will discuss some of them now. One of the most common reason for putting a career or education on hold is becoming a parent full-time. This is one of the most difficult jobs a person can have but the most common nevertheless.
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  • 14). Cheapest CeMAP Training Courses  By : Joe Kocsis
    Our parents teach us to be frugal with money in our up bringing and we sometimes become animals of habit throughout our lives. We search out bargains as a natural course of action and often chose the cheapest products on the shelves in the supermarkets. You have probably heard the saying that "cheapest isn't always the best" and that can certainly be true when looking for the cheapest CeMAP training courses.
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  • 18). Long Island Schools Rethink Gym Credit  By : Stacy Andell
    The Problem Teachers, students, and parents at Long Island schools have been struggling with how to give credit for physical education classes. On the one hand, many argue that counting gym like an academic class can badly affect the GPA of students who are strong academically but do not do well in gym. On the other hand, others argue that when students know that the gym class does not affect their GPA they do not put the effort and attention into the class in order to improve their physical health.
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  • 20). Juggling a Career and Work  By : DavidPierce
    Finding the time to do it all - career, family, continue education? Having trouble jugging? Some problems in this area that people face are very similar to those of the beginning juggler. According to The Instant Jugglers' Manual, (c)1993 Infinite Illusions/Lofty Pursuits, four common problems are handling two areas of focus at the same time, moving forward while you try to juggle instead of standing still, not being able to juggle in a third area of focus, and keeping all three areas from bumping into each other or overlapping.
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  • 21). The Quality Of Hospital Food  By : blueboy
    In this article I write about the quality, or lack of it, in the food that is served in some of the UK hospitals. My nan has recently died in hospital which has been very upsetting for my family. She was hit by one of the famous hospital bugs and became very weak. She was in need of some decent food which would have helped to build up her strength. What she received was basically so poor and tasteless that she found it hard to eat.
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  • 22). Gym Goes Online  By : Stacy Andell
    The traditional view of gym class is changing all over the United States. While most of us remember the endless games of kick ball and calisthenics, students at all grade levels are having a very different experience in elementary schools, middle schools and high schools across the country. The traditional gym class is shifting from team sports and group oriented activities to more independent and individual activities to keep kids active all year round.
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  • 24). Atlanta Schools Have a Busy and Productive Summer  By : Stacy Andell
    Summer GRAD (Graduation Really Achieves Dreams) Programs Students from Atlanta Schools have been very busy this summer. The GRAD projects and programs aim to insure that Atlanta school students make to graduation and then on to university. Several GRAD programs are designed to spark students’ interest in science, mathematics and arts. This summer rising sophomores, juniors and seniors from South Atlanta, Washington and the New Schools at Carver high schools took part in 2006 Project GRAD Summer Institute.
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  • 25). Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program Benefits the Tampa Schools  By : Patricia Hawke
    A constitutional amendment was passed in November 2002 that established the Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) program for all four year olds in the state of Florida. The program benefits not only the children but the Tampa schools, as well, by preparing children for kindergarten and beyond. Documented studies have shown that preschool is one of the best investments for any city and its youth.
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