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Articles About "Education"
Life Skills Article
Among the most important life skills teens approaching adulthood need are those pertaining to money. I am not just referring to the ability to make change, budget, and save; but also attitudes concerning money. We will all agree that kids need to learn the value of money. They should be given...
Johns Hopkins Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Epidemiology
The Johns Hopkins Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Epidemiology is the CADDRE site studying ASDs in Maryland and Delaware. The areas in Maryland included in the project are Baltimore City and the following counties: Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford and Howard. The entire state of... Welfare Reform and Urban Children
The most commonly stated goals of welfare reform, as implemented through the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA), are a reduction of the number of individuals receiving financial aid and an increase in the number of people working (Ripke & Crosby, 2002).... What Parents Should Know about Charter Schools
In recent years, many parents, educators, students, researchers, and observers have reached the same conclusion: Traditional schools do not work for all students. As a result, several educational alternatives have been developed in an attempt to better meet the needs of those students who are not...
"Education" in the News
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"Education" in the Adoption Blogs
March 6, 2013, 12:25 pm
My mom never really talked about the hard times she had with me as a kid, but there was one story I remembered hearing her tell another young lady who had adopted a child that always kind of stuck with me throughout the years. When I was three days old my parents came and picked me up. It was a... When Giving Up Works
May 6, 2013, 10:04 pm
We reached the end of the road with my seventeen-year-old son who will not do his school work. We've tried peanut butter sandwiches instead of yummy food until his work is turned in. We even tried charging him $50 per missing assignment out of his part-time job paycheck. He cried when he had to... The Ups and Downs of Independence
May 20, 2013, 9:42 pm
So I gave my seventeen-year-old son the driver's wheel on his high school education. Not because I wanted to, but because what I was doing wasn't working. Supervising him closely and catching all his missing assignments for him to complete just caused him to lie to me and let me be his safety...
"Education" in the Adoption Forums
Totally OT- Crazy Co-Workers
May 14, 2013, 5:09 pm
This is totally OT, but I would appreciate some advice. How do you deal with crazy co-workers?
I was administering the state test today to two special education students. In the middle of testing, an aide entered my room to put something on my table. This is a huge no-no. You simply do not enter a...
Not Walking- When to worry?
June 9, 2013, 8:49 am
Daisy just turned 15 months and still isn't walking. She is the fastest crawler I've ever seen- and she pulls up and toddles around holding onto tables and such- but really shows no interest in walking. I have friends who's babies walked at 10 months- so needless to say it is concerning me.
2 steps forward...102 steps back
May 26, 2013, 8:05 am
So...briefe history for those who don't remember, niece (4) had masturbated herself with a toy a few weeks ago. I called the hotline and reported it, which opened up an investigation. We moved bedrooms around so she had her own room (she was in a room with my 3yo DD) and things were pretty stable....
June 6, 2013, 5:49 am
I am looking for a few encouraging words. My husband and I have our first placement of two boys ages 3 and 6, they have been with us for 6 weeks. The 6 year old is developmentally delayed with MD, he is still mobile but a bit unsteady on his feet.
The problem I am having is with...
Stories About "Education"
Encouragement and Caution
I am a 55-year-old adoptee with an amazingly short and fully successful story about my search for my birth parents. Very few adoptees have ever been able to so quickly locate their families with such... I Gave up My Baby, Not My Love
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1986 - BROWARD COUNTY, FL. -- 10:30 PM.Monthly Kaypro Computer Club meeting tonight and tonight two friends I hadn't seen for a while had recently bought Kaypros and were coming... Saving Love: A Sister's Story
"Wait mom, you have a brother? That sounds silly!" Said my seven year old as we entered the second hour of doing homework that should have only taken 15 minutes. She gets extremely...
"Education" on Adoption.com
Education - unplanned pregnancy, going back to school, continuing
Education can take a back seat to parenting. It's normal. But there are ways to have it all
Special Education Resources - Child, Children, Education, Special
Special Education FAQ Who are the Children in Special Education? Who's Teaching Our Children with Disabilities? Is a Child with ADHD Eligible for Special Education?
Adoption Education - adopting - adoptive - foster parents
Online education resources for those seeking to adopt or foster, adoptive and foster parents, searchers, and adoption professionals includes formal online training and courses, as well as resources for offline education
Education & Training - Adopting - Adoption. Adopt a Baby ...
Online education resources for those seeking to adopt or foster, adoptive and foster parents, searchers, and adoption professionals includes formal online training and courses, as well as resources for offline education. Continue reading Education & Training
Web Results for "Education"
Education - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, research, or simply through autodidacticism. Generally, it occurs through any experience that has a ...
Education News - The New York Times
Find breaking news & education news on colleges & universities, teachers, public & private schools, tuition, scholarships, financial aid & student loans.
About.com Education provides useful information for students, teachers, and parents. We offer homework help for elementary, secondary, and college students as well as information on college and graduate school admissions. Teachers will find lesson plans and classroom management strategies.