10 Reasons All Kids Should Read at Their Own Pace — There’s No Place Like Home

Learning to read is one of the most exciting milestones many parents look forward to in the lives of their children. It is, without a doubt, a breathtaking moment the first time you listen to your child read a book to you. Literacy opens so many doors to so many new opportunities. Reading a great work […]

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Big money for a few or health and progress for all? Right now we have a reliable indicator of what our leaders’ priorities truly are. — Cristian Mihai

Originally posted on kendunning: There are a lot of important issues at stake in the world today. There are none that are more important than the questions around our use of fossil fuel. Do we continue traveling down the same self-destructive road we’re on? Or do we move aggressively to alternative, cleaner energy sources? And,…

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Looking Back 108 Years… — Write Science

by Shane L. Larson Today would have been Carl Sagan’s 82th birthday. It is an auspicious year, because after a 108 year drought, the Chicago Cubs have won a World Series title. The Cubs win reminded me of Sagan because his son, Nick, had told a story once of introducing his dad to computer baseball […]

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