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Parenting Children During the Coronavirus Pandemic

This is an unprecedented time in our world and, understandably, there are many questions and concerns due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The shut down of schools, business establishments, and restaurants combined with social distancing, and self quarantine... Read More

8 Easy Art Projects for Kids at Home During Coronavirus Isolation

Art is a great way to help kids express themselves, get their energy out, and have fun, all at the same time. Having some easy-to-do art projects on hand and ready to go is a great way to help your kids relieve stress and take control of a small part... Read More

Deepfakes and the War on Reality

With the advent of deepfakes, it’s becoming even harder to separate truth from fiction. Deepfakes have the potential to damage almost anything they target—the 2020 political campaigns, local or international news and current events, even... Read More

More Students Pursue Certificates and Associate Degrees

More students are pursuing certificates and associate degrees than bachelor degrees in the United States, and they tend to be more diverse in race and ethnicity, economic status and age. That’s the overall conclusion of a recent research project... Read More

10 Ways to Get Along with Co-workers

Put any group of people together and there’s bound to be a variety of strong opinions and conflict over different choices. You see it all the time with coworkers. Human nature being what it is, each coworker has his or her own agenda and... Read More

Five Technology Education Trends That Could Fail in 2020

Technology in education, like most other areas of education, has fads, buzzwords, and trends that come and go often. There have been many predictions in the past regarding the future of technology in schools. This list contains a variety of trends... Read More

If College Sports Were A Stock, You Should Hurry Up And Buy

Big money and big-time college sports have been entwined for some time. But that connection may have grown even closer recently when California passed a first-of-its-kind law that allows student athletes to hire agents and make money on endorsement... Read More

Every #NYCC2019 TV and Movie Trailer Released

If you were not one of the 200,000+ fans lining up to see the new footage in person at New York Comic Con this weekend, don’t worry: we’ve got you covered with a roundup of all the TV and movie trailers to premiere during NYCC. The... Read More

Android Phones Are Gaining in Popularity for Video

Ease of use gave Apple iOS devices an early lead in online video viewing, but “times have changed” notes a Brightcove report. In its Global Video Index for Q2 2019, Brightcove reports that 64% of video views on phones took place on... Read More

Why Some Play the “Class Clown”

The teacher just told you that your child’s been acting up in school and playing the class clown. You’re not totally surprised. You’ve noticed similar behavior at home, especially when other people are around. So, what’s this behavior about,... Read More

Three Common Scams to Protect Yourself

With the summer holiday season right around the corner, scammers are looking to target vacation goers. As attractive as some summertime deals might seem, how can you tell the difference between the real deal and a dangerous scam? Check out... Read More

Appropriate Attire And What To Do About It

My youngest daughter just started Middle School.  She’s the youngest of three so I’ve done this bit before, but it gets a little harder each time.  This go around, it was clothing that was the issue.  My youngest,... Read More

Teens & E-cigarettes – vaping isn’t risk free

Nicotine in electronic cigarettes may be responsible for turning teens into regular smokers and vapers. Researchers surveyed 181 high school students from Los Angeles who vaped. Those who used e-cigs with higher nicotine concentrations were more likely... Read More

What you need to know to use FREE public Wi-Fi

You arrive at the subway — coffee in one hand and your phone in the other — and quickly log into the Wi-Fi before firing off emails as you head to work. It’s a morning routine for many a multitasker in New York City, but it also... Read More

Protecting Yourself and Your Stuff While on Vacation

Vacation may be a time to relax, but don’t let your guard down and lose your wallet. These 10 tips can help protect you from an unexpected loss the next time you travel: 1. Prepare for the unknown. Travel insurance helps protect your trip... Read More

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