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Three Resorts for a Relaxing Spring Family Vacation

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Looking to blow off some steam this spring and relax at a beautiful resort? Check out this article for a few ideas on where to make a reservation.

 

Spring break isn’t just for college kids. We could all use a break after the long and dreadful winter we’ve had; and what better way to relax than to take your whole family on a special trip? If this piques your interest, here are three resorts to check out before making the final decision


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Traveling with Dyslexia

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An American student with dyslexia spending the year studying abroad explains his cross-cultural experiences with LD.

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This text is very relevant for people today. It's about a girl with Dyslexia that's studying abroad. 

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White Supremacist Worked With Black Gang Member To Make Meth In St. Louis: Cops

White Supremacist Worked With Black Gang Member To Make Meth In St. Louis: Cops | jobs | Scoop.it
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Authorities allege that the quest to make methamphetamine has led to an unlikely alliance -- a white supremacist and a black inner-city gang member.

 

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 38-year-old Aryan Nations member Richard Treis and 22-year-old Robert "Biz" Swinney are among seven people facing federal charges for conspiracy to make meth, distribution of meth and other drug-related crimes.

 

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Administration say Treis joined the Aryan Nations while in a federal prison for previous meth-related crimes. They say Swinney is a documented gang member.


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Is studying abroad a necessity for a first class education?

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Is studying abroad a necessity for a first class education?

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Juan Carlos Ruiz Coll's curator insight, November 20, 2013 11:18 AM

A complete opposite point of view about studying abroad. Worth reading to undertand our one perspective.

 

Actually, “different” would be more appropriate than “opposite”… When we hear “Study Abroad” we think of it as a complementary experience to the coursework done at home. In the case of Saudi Arabia, like the article shows, study abroad is not really complementary but a necessity.
Very interesting!

Siri's curator insight, April 22, 2014 4:32 AM

A complete opposite point of view about studying abroad. Worth reading to undertand our one perspective.

Espen Claussen's curator insight, April 28, 2014 6:06 PM

Interesting point of view on how studying abroad is necessary for a first class education.