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Announcing the Race to the Top District Competition | ED.gov Blog

Announcing the Race to the Top District Competition | ED.gov Blog | Updating todays standards for tomorrows future. | Scoop.it
Announcing the Race to the Top District Competition - Secretary Duncan and the Department of Education announced a n...
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Special Education Scorecards

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The scorecard includes information on state special education enrollment, including students with learning disabilities, student performance on key indicators, federal funding provided to states in support of special education, plus the state's latest rating by the U.S. Department of Education on its State Performance Plan.* (How's your state doing in Special Education? Get your scorecard here: http://t.co/GKkAE87 via @AddThis)


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AT&T Launches $250 Million Program to Boost Graduation Rates With Focus on ... - MarketWatch (press release)

AT&T Launches $250 Million Program to Boost Graduation Rates With Focus on ...MarketWatch (press release)AT&T is looking to fund local programs that have strong, evidence-based practices grounded in the What Works Clearinghouse Dropout Prevention:...
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The Newest Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes – Stem Cell Transplant

The Newest Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes – Stem Cell Transplant | Updating todays standards for tomorrows future. | Scoop.it

Type 1 diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produce little or no insulin which is a hormone needed to allow sugar to enter cells to produce energy. Type 1 diabetes is more common in children and young people.

There are options to treat type 1 diabetes like insulin, (the most common therapy used to treat type 1 diabetes) and other medications. There is a fact that insulin is not a cure which is just to keep you survive not restoring your pancreas. And children with diabetes have to bear the pain of needle and injection each day. However, human beings are great and they do researches to find newest and effective treatment in order to free people from the disease. Stem cell transplant is one of the achievements scientists make after many years’ efforts and trials.


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Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unprepared for college or the workforce | eCampus News

Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unprepared for college or the workforce | eCampus News | Updating todays standards for tomorrows future. | Scoop.it
College-preparatory programming has expanded dramatically in the past decade, with participation in Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate more than tripling, reports the Washington Post.

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