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Bully-proof your child


Smart strategies parents can use to educate and protect their children

Bio Buzz family series

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The Arizona Science Center is offering a series of 20-minute lectures designed to stimulate conversation and inquiry on a variety of topics within the field of bioscience in a “kid friendly” format. Known as their Bio Buzz Series, these presentations are free with general admission and are held every third Saturday from 1:45 to 2:15 […]

SAT and ACT test-taking tips


Practical and helpful ideas to help prepare for the big test day

Forging a firefighter family

In the Fire Science Program at Phoenix College are (left to right): Ramon Gonzalez, Director Dennis Dodt and Ron Trujillo

Training program with a focus on relationships

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SavingPAR inspires life values


Golf tournament to raise scholarship funds for at-risk students

On-line tool to measure Common Core math readiness


Naiku, an on-line assessment company, has released a free on-line resource to help educators measure students’ readiness for the new Common Core exams. The assessment is called “Benchmark Now!” and the service is available free of charge, though it does require site registration. The service consists of ready-to-use assessments for grades 3-12 to help teachers […]

Writers’ conference to honor Stella Pope Duarte


Peregrinos y sus Letras is a non-profit organization that promotes works of art produced by Hispanics living in the U.S., whose biculturalism represents a unique outlook that merits an accessible platform for expression and dissemination. On November 21 and 22, Peregrinos will hold their VI Encuentro de Escritores Iberoamericanos en Estados Unidos with “A Tribute […]

Students assist farmers in Peru


A new company started by Arizona State University students, called Growth Alternatives in Action (GAIA), will help farmers in Peru, and eventually in other under-developed countries around the world, to cost-effectively increase their crop production using an ancient method of soil improvement called terra preta, or “dark earth.” GAIA started as an in-class project in […]

WordGirl proves the power of a big vocabulary


You’ll fall in love with the theme song, and the protagonist, of this show

Preparing students to succeed in college, career and life


Helios Education Foundation vested in creating opportunities

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