Cheerleading isn’t a sport?

According to a report, United States District Judge Stefan Underhill ruled on Wednesday, July 22 that competitive cheerleading is not an official sport as far as Title IX’s “gender equity requirements” are concerned. The ruling came after Quinnipiac University volleyball players — along with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) …

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Discover archaeological treasures on school trips to Barcelona

Many school trips to Barcelona focus on the modernist designs of Gaudi and his contemporaries, but there is much more to this wonderful city’s rich history. Archaeological treasures from previous centuries abound and recent discoveries are now on display for all visitors. The Roman legacy The Romans left their mark …

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Corporate Finance Cash Flow on Autopilot?

Corporate cash flow financing for many companies in the SMB sector involves the need to convert accounts receivable into cash for the business, basically we speak of “invoice cash” which is the type of financing that clients here at 7 Park Avenue Financial are looking for – i.e. cash flow …

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Become a Sonographer in Virginia: Accredited Ultrasound Schools in Virginia

Are you going to study sonography in Virginia? Virginia is a beautiful state with places that attract visitors from all over the country. Attractions like Virginia Beach, Colonial Williamsburg, and Arlington National Cemetery are popular year-round. Also popular with avid sports enthusiasts, Virginia has some of the most visually stunning …

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Why choose the Loire Valley for school music tours?

Considered one of the most beautiful regions of France, the Loire Valley is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Many of them come for the historic towns and castles, which also make the region a perfect destination for school music tours. Students can build confidence and develop …

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How students interact and react on a school tour

There’s a reason we don’t always trust what we see in the cinema. Some film or television shows feature college students bored to death after a trip to a dry museum, or conversely filled with a youthful awe at famous monuments brought to life from the pages of their books. …

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4 ways high school tour operators are unraveling history

Educational trips are only as good as those who run them. This is especially true for history trips. Students, filled with excitement at the exotic presence of a strange new destination far from home and the classroom, need to be enticed and inspired to contemplate the historical value of these …

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Influence of the Internet on the education system

The information superhighway or the internet has changed the way the world goes about things. It’s another point in a long continuum of inventions that will revolutionize lifestyles. One might ask how the ability of computers to talk to each other improves the learning process in the classroom? What difference …

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