Tag: United States
U.S. College Enrollment Dropped By Nearly 1.3 Million Students In The Past Two Years, According To A Recent Report
Over the last two years, college enrollment in the United States has decreased by approximately 1.3 million students, according to data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
Frenchman Returns High School Ring Of WWII American Veteran To Family After Being Lost For 80 Years
Eighty years after he died in battle during World War II, an American soldier’s high school ring is being returned to his family.
United States: The Military No Longer Requires High School Diplomas For New Recruits
In an effort to increase its pool of potential recruits, the Army is dropping its requirement that all new recruits possess a high school certificate or GED.
See How The Effects Of Inflation Have Played Out On College Tuition Across The U.S.
College tuition has never been cheap, regardless of the decade, but it has grown a lot more expensive in recent years.
Survey: Teachers In The United States Are Twice More Likely To Suffer From Workplace Stress Than That Of The General Workforce
Research from the RAND Corporation found that teachers are feeling job-related stress at a rate about double that seen among working individuals in the United States. Many Hispanic/Latin teachers, teachers in the middle of their careers, and women in leadership positions report very low levels of happiness.
No More Free School Lunches? An Impending Food Catastrophe For 7 Million Children Across The United States
By the end of this month, the USDA will no longer be able to offer these exemptions. It’s possible that Congress might expand this power, but it’s not something we can count on. According to Rachel Sabella, director of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry New York program, “it could jeopardize access to summer meals…
The Very First Chinese Students That Were Sent To Study In The United States
Chinese authorities, Tseng Kuo-fan and Li Hung-chang, believed that in order to survive, China must learn from the “barbarian” West. The military and naval prowess of western countries was essential in helping them restore their empire.
More Than 500 Native American Boarding School Deaths Have Been Found By The United States Thus Far
According to a groundbreaking federal investigation into the assimilation of Native American children into white society that has been going on for over a century, more than 500 students have died at these boarding schools. However, officials expect that number to grow exponentially as more research is being done.
Research Shows That Taking Away Recess As A Form Of Punishment Doesn’t Work. However, Schools Continue To Do So.
Pediatricians and child development specialists believe that recess is essential for children’s well-being in the midst of lengthy, regimented school days laden with scholastic expectations.
Teachers Appreciation Week: More Discounts, Giveaways, And Free Meals
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