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Slate
Duolingo Made Language Learning Fun. Can It Do the Same for Language Testing?Innovation, the Internet, gadgets, and more. Can Duolingo Crush the TOEFL?The
Duolingo Made Language Learning Fun. Can It Do the Same for Language Testing?
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
Innovation, the Internet, gadgets, and more. Can Duolingo Crush the TOEFL?The company made language learning fun. Can it break into the stodgy, lucrative market for language testing? Photo illustration by Sofya Levina. Images by... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Coming Up (April 23)SPIRITUAL PRESENTATION: Our Lady of Pompeii Parish will host a one-hour present
Coming Up (April 23)
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
SPIRITUAL PRESENTATION: Our Lady of Pompeii Parish will host a one-hour presentation by Sister Joanne Suranni, a Felician sister who speaks on numerous spiritual topics in the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, at 7 p.m. Monday at Our Lady of Pompeii... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
International Paper awards $55K in grantsRIEGELWOOD -- The International Paper Company Foundation and International Pape
International Paper awards $55K in grants
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
RIEGELWOOD -- The International Paper Company Foundation and International Paper’s Riegelwood Mill will accept grant applications online at www.ipgiving.com through Aug. 1. Grants are awarded in the areas of environmental education, literacy,... Read more
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Daily News
Read, with open eyes!Brookings Institution’s Center for Universal Education has released a report on
Read, with open eyes!
Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
Brookings Institution’s Center for Universal Education has released a report on education around the world which estimatesa “100-year gap” that persists between education levels in developed and developing countries. Around the world, countries are... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'Hope everyone pukes on your artisanal treats': fighting gentrification, LA-styleA realtor who invited clients to tour the neighbourhood for bargain properties
'Hope everyone pukes on your artisanal treats': fighting gentrification, LA-style
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 days ago
A realtor who invited clients to tour the neighbourhood for bargain properties and enjoy “artisanal treats” felt the backlash within hours. “I can’t help but hope that your 60-minute bike ride is a total disaster and that everyone who eats your... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Students will spend less time on M-STEPStudents will be spending less time taking the Michigan Student Test of Educati
Students will spend less time on M-STEP
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 21 days ago
Students will be spending less time taking the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP, this spring after complaints last year that the new exam took too long, education officials say. Posted Apr. 11, 2016 at 10:00 AM DETROIT (AP)... Read more
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PhysOrg
Some frogs are adapting to deadly pathogen, according to studyA leopard frog in Arizona. Credit: Anna Savage Some populations of frogs are ra
Some frogs are adapting to deadly pathogen, according to study
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
A leopard frog in Arizona. Credit: Anna Savage Some populations of frogs are rapidly adapting to a fungal pathogen called Batrachochrytrium dendrobatridis (Bd) that has decimated many populations for close to half a century and causes the disease... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Time to M-STEP: School testing season to beginMichigan kicks off five weeks of academic testing Monday — a testing season tha
Time to M-STEP: School testing season to begin
Detroit Free Press / Posted 22 days ago
Michigan kicks off five weeks of academic testing Monday — a testing season that will come with big challenges if you’re a high school junior taking the new and more rigorous SAT. Students will take the M-STEP — the Michigan Student Test of... Read more
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Rutland Herald
New Middlebury president focuses on diversity Robert Layman / Staff Photo Laurie L. Patton, president of Middlebury College
New Middlebury president focuses on diversity
Rutland Herald / Posted 28 days ago
Robert Layman / Staff Photo Laurie L. Patton, president of Middlebury College, center, talks with collegues including Meghan Williamson, right, associate vice president for development at Middlebury... Read more

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