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Welcome to the daily news! Today’s stories include a spotlight on politics, art, the coronavirus and trade. These headlines are courtesy of FreedomForum.org.The Guardian, Published in London, UK
Today’s headlines try to be optimistic, but they just can’t shake this grief. These headlines are selected from the front pages curated by FreedomForum.org
This ebook guide focuses on the wealth of children’s and young adult materials available to members of the Teachers College community. It was written in conjunction with the 2020 October Staff Picks, Children’s Awards: An Ebook Retrospective
This research guide is intended to present useful resources (websites, online tutorials, training videos, key writings) on various aspects of conducting a scoping review, a type of knowledge synthesis among others (systematic reviews, network meta-analyses, overviews of reviews, rapid reviews, diagnostic reviews, prognostic reviews, and economic reviews) associated primarily with ev...
Good day! I'm pleased to bring you today's news, featuring National Agriculture Day, a celebratory milestone for Staten Island, New Jersey's proposed Black Heritage Trail and more. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
Welcome to the daily news! Today’s headlines include the latest in vaccination news, commentary on education, a significant railway merger and the death of a notable activist. These front-page stories are courtesy of FreedomForum.org.
Considering herself an abstract expressionist, but called a "minimalist" by many, legendary Agnes Bernice Martin was born on March 22, 1912 in Macklin, Canada to Scottish Presbyterian farmers. She grew up in Vancouver, but emigrated to the United States in 1932 to care for her pregnant sister and also become an art teacher. Martin studied at Western Washingto...
Happy Sunday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. Cities across the country reflect back on the past year, NCAA is in hot water after pictures and videos show the glaring differences awarded to the men vs the woman during March Madness, Connecticut only look forward- as restrictions are continually lifted, police reform bill heads to Senate, and potential mandatory summer school plans to bridge the learning gap all grace front cover news across the country.These headlines of daily news are courtesy of
A very happy weekend to all, and welcome to Today We Get To Read Stories About Animals Because It's Saturday And We Worked Hard This Week! In today's news, we learn about TNR efforts and kitten season, the endangered Malayan tiger, an effort to create a new national park for bison on a vacant bridge, how (and why) to grow a "bug house", and the habitat of the majestic snowy owl. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on FreedomForum.org.
This ebook guide focuses on the wealth of children’s and young adult materials available to members of the Teachers College community. It was written in conjunction with the 2020 October Staff Picks, Children’s Awards: An Ebook Retrospective