According to a new study by Assistant Professor Martin West and Guido Schwerdt of the University of Munich’s Ifo Institute, students who attend middle schools are at risk of dropping out of high school
As compared to students in K-8 elementary schools, middle school students also score lower on achievement tests. Losses amount to as much as 3.5 to 7 months of learning.
As an individual with type one diabetes, this definitely was an issue that I should have personally explored when I was first diagnosed. Finally did an implications wheel on it a few years. Going to make some edits and then get it out there!
In the first major national analysis of diabetes trends among American youth, researchers Saturday reported an alarming 23 percent rise in type 1 diabetes incidence over an eight-year period ending in 2009.
Scary statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released Thursday revealed that the number of attempted suicides among teenagers had increased from 6.3 percent in 2009 to 7.8 percent in 2011...
When this incident occurred "bath salts" became a growing trend and search throughout the internet. Now, the suspected "bath salts" was not in the man's system! Wow...
Rudy Eugene—the Florida man who was suspected to be high on "bath salts" last month when he was shot and killed by police after refusing to stop chewing a homeless man's face—was not on "bath salts" after all.
What are the possible implications of Apple changing their policy?
19-year-old Sahar Sabet says an Apple Store in Georgia refused to sell her an iPad after a store representative overheard her speaking in Farsi. "Very hurtful, very embarrassing. I actually walked out in tears," Sabet told WSBTV about her experience.
Very lengthy article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about a growing epidemic! This definitely needs to be explored!
Control over their life choices is part of the college experience for students. But that authority is not without cost: Schedules are jammed and in flux; exercise, homework and friends all compete for time.
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