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Productivity-boosting improvements for your home office

Productivity-boosting improvements for your home office

Let’s face it – not everyone has a home office that inspires productivity. But if you work from home at all – and the Bureau of Labor Statistics says 24…

Avoid the summer slide: 7 fun, brain-stimulating activities for students

Avoid the summer slide: 7 fun, brain-stimulating activities for students

As summer approaches, many parents are worried about the summer learning slide, and with good reason. Students who do not participate in enrichment and learning activities during the summer break…

Getting girls excited about science and math

Getting girls excited about science and math

“My research experiences have shown me that, in spite of what statistics say about women in science, any girl with a passion for exploring unanswered questions can and should be…

Fun ways to help kids ‘rock out’ to classical music

Fun ways to help kids ‘rock out’ to classical music

It’s hard to imagine, but there really was a time when classical music was the popular music of the day. Haydn, Beethoven and the boys were the “rock stars” of…

Budgeting 101: How new graduates can conquer entry-level income challenges

Spring is the perfect time for young Americans to take a look at their budgets and become financially fit. Not only is April Financial Literacy Month, complete with nonprofit organizations…

Trends provide guidance as technology shapes careers landscapes

Trends provide guidance as technology shapes careers landscapes

The saying goes: success is when preparation meets opportunity. As technology continues to affect our lives, workers in today’s ever-changing labor market need to be prepared with skills to adapt…

How to manage money when you’re between jobs

Though the U.S. economy has been gradually improving, job changes – both involuntary and voluntary – remain a fact of American working life. “It’s also a fact that bills need…

Taye Diggs joins the fight against childhood hunger with breakfast program

Taye Diggs joins the fight against childhood hunger with breakfast program

Studies show and experts agree: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. After a good night’s rest without eating, kids’ brains and bodies are ready to refuel. Breakfast…

How classroom technology can benefit your child’s education

How classroom technology can benefit your child’s education

Historically, the term “digital divide” has referred to the gap in technology levels between developing and first world countries; however, it’s truly the divide between the more affluent and the…

Year in review: The art of visual journalism in 2012

We live in a visual age, consuming thousands of images every day via a range of devices that allow us to access the Internet and its vast resources quickly and…

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