Harvard Students Lose Acceptances After Posting Inappropriate Memes

Did you know at least 40 percent of college admissions officers look at prospective students’ Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook? While some colleges use this information to learn more about students’ interests and skills, they can also find negative things that could affect admissions offers. In a recent case, Harvard officials…

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After Chattanooga School Bus Crash, Officials Renew Push for Seat Belts – Rules for Engagement – Education Week

A deadly school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tenn., has rekindled a debate on seat belt mandates. Just six states have school bus seat belt requirements. Authorities have not yet concluded whether seat belts would have prevented injuries in the incident. View full post on Education Week: Bullying #pso #htcs #b4inc…

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What Parents Are Telling Their Daughters After The Election

In the days after Donald Trump was elected to be the next U.S. president, many fathers and mothers racked their brains and dug deep into their psyche trying to explain to their sons and daughters “How America selected a racist, sexist bully” as our next president. Most are concerned about…

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