One of the most alarming concerns arising from the increased use of screen technology by children is the condition of their physical health and fitness.
For years local churches and community groups have rallied to provide supplies and backpacks for schools, especially those in areas where poverty is the norm
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The debate about “how much homework is the right amount of homework” has been raging on and off for over a century. Even in the
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After Mitchell Shears completed the Education Specialist (Ed. S.) degree in Educational Leadership program at Mississippi College, he hoped to keep going for a doctoral
Taking a conventional approach to higher education never suited Grace Simmons. Simmons stayed true to herself as she jumped straight into the Doctor of Education