• One Habit That Will Change Your Life0

    Whenever you feel stuck, tired, burned out and just feel like there’s something wrong with your life — what do you usually do at that time? Most people are taught that whenever your productivity levels aren’t high, your only solution is to push yourself a little bit more — break the resistance, finding some solace in the hard work. But how many of us have ever actually felt better by doing so?

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  • Public Prayer Doesn’t Belong in Public Schools0

    [ad_1] By David Saperstein and Teresa Jefferson-Snorton May. 11, 2022 6:00 pm ET Religious freedom promises that all our children can attend public schools without being pressured by teachers or coaches to join in someone else’s prayers. This keeps public schools a welcoming place for all families, regardless of religious belief. Most Americans take this

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  • Democrats vs. Biden on Charter Schools0

    [ad_1] Updated May 11, 2022 12:01 am ET Eighth-grade students perform at Henderson Hammock Charter School in Tampa, April 13, 2021. Photo: Douglas R. Clifford/Zuma Press The Biden Education Department continues to take heat for its proposed new and restrictive rules for a federal charter school grant program. Protests from parents and a growing number

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  • Student Loans: Five Steps College Graduates Should Take0

    [ad_1] Many new graduates are holding out hope they might not have to repay all of their student loans. But graduating without a plan to tackle your college debt can cause problems down the road. Federal student-loan payments are suspended through Aug. 31, with some betting the Biden administration will extend the payment pause until

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  • A Parental Victory on Free Speech0

    [ad_1] Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto Parents continue to fight for a say in their children’s education, often against hostile administrators. Three cheers, then, for Ohio mother Ashley Ryder for successfully challenging a policy that limited what parents could say at school board meetings. Ms. Ryder sued the Big Walnut Local School District Board of Education in

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  • Russian Airstrike Kills Villagers Taking Shelter at School, Ukraine Says0

    [ad_1] KHARKIV, Ukraine—A Russian airstrike is believed to have killed some 60 villagers who had taken refuge in a school in Ukraine’s Luhansk region, authorities there said, while embattled Ukrainian forces making a last stand in Mariupol vowed to fight till the end if they aren’t rescued. The airstrike, late Saturday in the village of

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