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How to Write a Powerful College Essay

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If you’re thinking about applying to a prestigious university, but are not certain how to write a convincing college essay, you’re not all on your own.

How to Drain Neck Lymph Nodes: A Comprehensive Overview

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Our lymphatic system plays a vital role in keeping our general health and wellness as well as health. It is responsible for filtering and also getting rid of waste, to varilux para las varicesxins, and also pathogens from our body. One of the crucial components of the lymphatic system is the lymph nodes, which are […]

This article was written by Jackie Keenan on  September 27, 2023 and published by the Educating All Learners Alliance.     Beginning in 2022, EALA has granted an annual unrestricted competitive sub-grant and year-long mentorship to support leaders of color, or allies of the equity in education movement, who are actively working to support students […]

Advancing Accessibility and Inclusion

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This article was written by Justine Pineau on December 1, 2023 and published by The Queen’s Gazette of Queen’s University. On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD), the Queen’s Gazette is highlighting the work of Queen’s researchers who are deepening the understanding of disability issues and mobilizing support for upholding the dignity, rights, and well-being […]

This Press Release from The Department of Education was published on November 28, 2023.  The U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (the Departments) today announced the release of an updated joint-policy statement on supporting the inclusion of children with disabilities in early childhood programs. The HHS-ED Policy Statement on […]

This article was written by Kathy Mills and Christian Morro on November 19, 2023, and published by The Conversation.   It is almost a year since ChatGPT burst onto the scene, fuelling great excitement as well as concern about what it might mean for education. The changes keep coming. Earlier in the year, MyAI was embedded into social […]

This article was written by Barnana Sarkar on November 24, 2023, and published by   Founded in 1899, Los Angeles Pacific University (LAPU) is a faith-based online institution that offers multiple degree courses, such as associate, bachelor’s, and master’s, including an MBA, pre-nursing, and teacher credential program to adult learners. Their courses are designed for online […]

New FAFSA Launches in December, Expected to be Much Shorter and Faster

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This article was written by María Marta Guzmán on November 24, 2023, and published by 10 News.    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — If you’ve filled out a FAFSA form before, you know how difficult and confusing the process can be. In an attempt to make higher education more accessible, changes were made to make the form […]

Chemistry is Inaccessible: How to Reduce Barriers for Disabled Scientists

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This article was written by Blaine G. Fliss, Laena D’Alton and Naumih M. Noah, on November 27, 2023 and published by BLAINE G. FISS: One step at a time Inorganic chemist Blaine G. Fiss says that much lab equipment is inaccessible to scientists with disabilities.Credit: Jordan Bentley My interest in chemistry began at the […]

Third Grade Assignment Leads to More Inclusive Playground at Rantoul School

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This article was written by Will Simmons on November 24, 2023,  and published by My Wabash Valley: Your News Now.   RANTOUL, Ill. (WCIA) — A persuasive essay at Rantoul’s Northview Elementary School proved more than convincing as the proposal turned into a new playground for all kids to enjoy. The school now has wheelchair […]