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View From Inside: Important Issues In The School System

View From Inside: Important Issues In The School System

By Dr. Leon Barrett PRIDE Columnist In my previous commentary I noted, that under the constitution of Canada, education is a provincial responsibility and the Education Act and Regulations of each province or territory, set out the issues governing education ...

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Easy DIY Playdough Recipe That Is Safer For Kids

Easy DIY Playdough Recipe That Is Safer For Kids

(NC) Did you know that boric acid may be found in some recipes for homemade playdough, putty, slime and modelling clay? Found naturally in the environment, boric acid can also be used in common consumer products like toys, cosmetics, cleaning ...

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How Summer Camp Can Prepare Children For Adulthood

How Summer Camp Can Prepare Children For Adulthood

(NC) Sending your kids to camp is one of the best experiences you can offer them. More than just a place to play and have fun, camp encourages self-esteem and helps build lifelong friendships. Here are three reasons it helps ...

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How To Plan A College Visit

How To Plan A College Visit

Start Early to Cover the Most Ground   Written by Amy Whitley If you have a child who is a junior or senior in high school, you may be thinking about selecting a college or university. The best way for teens ...

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Weekday Survival Tips For Families

Weekday Survival Tips For Families

(NC) With spring just around the corner, now’s a great time for busy families to re-evaluate their schedules for the year ahead. Registered early childhood educators know how important schedules and routines are for helping create happy and healthy families. ...

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3 Strategies For Raising Confident Kids

3 Strategies For Raising Confident Kids

(NC) We all want the best for our kids, and building their confidence is a great way help them become happy, healthy and successful adults. Try these three strategies recommended by registered early childhood educators, who are trained in child ...

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