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Reimagining the 21st century teacher: Professional development from the bottom up

Reimagining the 21st century teacher: Professional development from the bottom upTry to find the constant in most schools, and you'll likely end up in the classroom of a veteran teacher. Students come and go – as do principals, superintendents and, with them, technology fads and ever-shifting educational

'Dry' town supporters clash with Swarthmore College over alcohol-serving inn

'Dry' town supporters clash with Swarthmore College over alcohol-serving innNestled in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Swarthmore boasts quiet tree-lined neighborhoods and the campus of Swarthmore College. Now the borough in Delaware County has something entirely new to the "dry" town. The Pennsylvania

Love's labor rewarded as winning poems celebrate Bard's birth

Love's labor rewarded as winning poems celebrate Bard's birthToday, William Shakespeare would have been 450 years old. Sort of.
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I choose life over death with HIV, and I owe it to you

I take one pill, once a day, provided to me by the state of Pennsylvania. Without this medication, and without the prior and ongoing work of pharmaceutical companies and HIV/AIDS activists, or the current and future dedication
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Go to the Philadelphia Science Festival and inspire a lifetime of questions and learning

Over the past year and a half, while producing "COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey," I've had the pleasure to speak with many of the top scientific minds of our age. The thing they all have in common is unquenchable curiosity. The

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Reimagining the 21st century teacher: Professional development from the bottom up

Reimagining the 21st century teacher: Professional development from the bottom up

Try to find the constant in most schools, and you'll likely end up in the classroom of a veteran teacher. Students come and go – as do principals, superintendents and, with them, technology fads and ever-shifting educational
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Cellular powerhouses explain why alcoholics have weaker muscles

Cellular powerhouses explain why alcoholics have weaker muscles

Doctors know long-term alcohol abuse makes muscles weaker, but scientists haven't had a good explanation for why that is -- until now.
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