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  • Portrait Of an Extraordinary Student Artist
    Portrait Of an Extraordinary Student Artist

    In many ways, Cliffanie Forrester is an ordinary teen. A native of New York, she was born just before the turn of the century. She has an active social life, posting images of herself and her friends on social media. While still in her sophomore year of ...

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  • Four Amazing Students From Across America
    Four Amazing Students From Across America

    Some people are just amazing. They stand out, achieving things that can be simply hard to believe. It can induce envy in some people, but perhaps the best reaction is old-fashioned wonder. After all, the human race is the better for their awesomeness. Here ...

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  • Toward a Better Understanding: Dyslexia
    Toward a Better Understanding: Dyslexia

    Reading is a vital skill; it’s hard to imagine doing well in school, or in life, when reading and writing are a struggle. Yet people with dyslexia deal with this every day. It makes school more difficult, it makes socializing more difficult, and it damages ...

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  • Helping Kids Deal With Disasters
    Helping Kids Deal With Disasters

    Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Harvey. The Boxing Day tsunami. The Japan earthquake and tsunami. Wildfires, winter storms, terrorism, on and on and on. Terrible things happen in this world, people suffer, and among the hardest-hit, whether in ...

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  • Making Healthy Choices For the New School Year
    Making Healthy Choices For the New School Year

    Once classes start and the demands of school start setting the daily rhythms of education, it’s easy to lose track of the many decisions, big and small, that can affect how well the year turns out. Doing well in school, though, depends on much more than ...

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