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Opinion: How To Train Students To Become Better Informed Citizens

Regardless of political affiliation, and whether leaning left or leaning right, we have an obligation as parents and taxpayers to support public education. We all want to make sure our children, as students, gain enough knowledge and perspective–especially in the critical high school years–to enable them to become responsible workers, and perhaps parents themselves one

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School posts on Facebook could threaten student privacy

Images of students on school Facebook pages could fall into the wrong hands. Sol de Zuasnabar Brebbia/Getty Images Joshua Rosenberg, University of Tennessee Like many of us, schools in the United States are active on social media. They use their accounts to share timely information, build community and highlight staff and students. However, our research

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University STEM Outreach at Prescott Public Library

Prescott Public Library is a busy place on Thursday afternoons this summer, and part of that activity centers around Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s (ERAU) STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Outreach for kids. Every Thursday this summer through July 29th, ERAU students host a STEM table with a take-away STEM kit. Each month features a different

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