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6 TSA-Friendly Snacks

Kids. They gotta eat, but airport food is expensive. And often loaded with sugar. It’s easy for students to toss snacks in a bag, but you don’t want TSA telling them they can’t bring those snacks past security. Avoid the need for students to throw away their snacks—and definitely avoid students shoving as much as […]

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The 5 Best Scholarship Search Platforms

College is the most expensive it’s ever been. While numerous scholarships are available for students who want to pursue a college education, one of the many barriers students face is finding available scholarships most applicable to their situation. Reviews.com spent more than 200 hours researching and analyzing 17 of the most popular scholarship search platforms […]

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The Very Best Place to Visit Space: The New Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium at Liberty Science Center

How can you excite today’s students, all born as digital natives? Wow them with technology. In the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium at Liberty Science Center (LSC) in Jersey City, New Jersey, audience members can take a seat under an 89-foot-diameter domed screen and see astonishingly detailed images projected in 88 million pixels and 281 trillion colors. […]

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Experience uOttawa Campus. Explore Canada’s Capital.

In 2017, Canada celebrated its 150th anniversary and festivities were held all year long! People from all over the world gathered to take part in this special year. If you didn’t get a chance to visit, there’s still time to discover and learn about our rich culture and history! Every May through August, the University […]

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How are You Teaching 9/11?

Few teachers throughout the country are supported in their efforts to teach students about the events of September 11, 2001. The 9/11 Tribute Museum has made it a priority to collect, reward, and share the creativity and commitment of teachers who have taken the challenge and made tremendous accomplishments in their school through its annual […]

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