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teacher training

4 Lessons From Other Countries That Can Improve Our Teacher Training

Why aren’t American elementary school teachers specialists in the subjects they teach, instead of generalists?…

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study abroad

Study Abroad With the Help of Scholarships

Spend part of your college years overseas

Although I did go to Europe as a young woman, I still think there’s nothing…

By Robin White Goode

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Is Women-Only Public Transit a Good Idea?

Several other countries have instituted the practice

According to The Guardian, British Labour Party politician and member of Parliament Jeremy Cobryn has…

By Cristie Leondis

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The Weekend Update: U-S-A, U-S-A

The US Women's Soccer Team Dominates FIFA World Cup Finals

Carli Lloyd and the US Women’s National Soccer team made history during the FIFA championship…

By Michael Tolbert

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Miss Universe Japan is Country’s First Mixed Beauty Queen

Japanese and African American beauty queen redefines 'pretty'

Ariyana Miyamoto made history this month as the first biracial Miss Universe Japan. The stunning…

By Essence Gant

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millennials

First Lady Obama to Travel to Japan and Cambodia to Promote Girls Education

FLOTUS promotes Let Girls Learn initiative abroad

First Lady Michelle Obama to travel to Japan and Cambodia as part of her Let…

By Courtney Connley

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Sony’s PS4 Sells 6 Million Units Thanks to Japanese Launch

The Japanese company sold 5 million consoles before bringing it to its home base

Will Xbox ever catch up?

By Patrick Austin

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Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox Shuts Down, Leaves Investors Penniless

The company's Twitter feed, like its website, has also been scrubbed

The world’s largest bitcoin trading company, Mt. Gox, has gone offline amid allegations of theft…

By Patrick Austin

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Obama’s Meeting With Dalai Lama Chills Icy U.S.-China Relations

Human rights violations claims test

President Obama is once again at odds with China over the president’s meeting today with…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Black Music Month Power Player: Cortez Bryant, The Manager

As the man behind platinum rap stars Lil Wayne and Drake, Cortez Bryant has brokered blockbuster deals and reveals a new one on the horizon

As part of Black Music Month, Lil Wayne and Drake’s manager Cortez Bryant speaks on…

By Kenya N. Byrd

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5 Ways the Earthquake in Japan Could Affect Car Sales & You

With numerous automakers based in Japan, the recent quake could have a trickle down effect on your next purchase

With numerous automakers based in Japan, the recent quake could have a trickle down effect…

By Jeff Fortson

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In the News: Government Shutdown Fears; NYC Names New NYC Schools Chancellor; NBA Star Carmelo Anthony Inks Deal with JPC

Headlines around the Web

Headlines around the Web

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What the Japan Crisis May Mean for Your Portfolio

Leading black asset managers give their take on the impact on American industry

Leading black asset managers give their take on the impact on American industry

By Joyce Jones

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In the News: NBA Baller Tyreke Evans to Donate $1,000 per Shot to Japan; ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ Ends May 25; Jean-Claude Duvalier Hospitalized

Headlines around the Web

Headlines around the Web

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In the News: Less Blacks in Major Cities; FDA Bans Japanese Food Imports; Disco Legend Dead at 64

A few noteworthy headlines from around the Web

A few noteworthy headlines from around the Web

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Power Moves: Today’s Revolution Will Be Tweeted

Social media continues to fire up global movements. Why Malcolm Gladwell may be surprised

Social media continues to fire up global movements. Why Malcolm Gladwell may be surprised

By Derek T. Dingle

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In the News: Disaster Strikes Japan; Debra Lee Named to Obama’s Advisory Board; Ne-Yo Closes Deal with Cartoon Network

A few noteworthy headlines around the Web

A few noteworthy headlines around the Web

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Anti-Theft Wallet Only Opens With Your Fingerprint

Fashion line introduces a hi-tech billfold, complete with biometric technology and Bluetooth alarm

The hi-tech wallet (Dunhill)
Most people would rather put $825 in their wallet rather then spend…

By Anslem Samuel

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Okinawa Election Could Swing US Base Issue

TOKYO (AP) — Voters in the small Okinawan city of Nago went to the polls…

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Candidate Against US Base Leads Okinawa Mayor Vote

TOKYO (AP) — The future of an American military base and the balance of U.S.-Japan…

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How To

How to Make an Impact in Your Industry and Boost Career Success

How to Make an Impact in Your Industry and Boost Career Success

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change

“The only woman in the room” & how to change that by 2186

With passionate voices working every day to redefine the standard for gender equality, I believe…

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