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Hard Words Why aren’t kids being taught to read?

American Public Media Reports – “…The basic assumption that underlies typical reading instruction in many schools is that learning to read is a natural process, much like learning to talk. But decades of scientific research has revealed that reading doesn’t … Continue reading

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The Elephant in the Room – how we aren’t always as objective as we like to think

Over the August bank holiday weekend a number of the transparency project team went to the Byline Festival in East Sussex. The festival was a mixture of music, rain, and workshops, talks and interviews about journalism (next year by the … Continue reading

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Policy Enhancements: Why They Aren’t Necessarily As Good As They Sound

In prior posts, we’ve talked before about the different types of disability insurance, including group disability insurance.  Group policies are a subset of disability policies that are often made available to members of professional organizations. With group policies, the organization … Continue reading

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When Skies Aren’t so Friendly: Airplanes Can Be Hotbed of Harassment, Sexual Assault

Ahh, the luxury of flying. Getting to sit incredibly close to strangers, being cut off from your e-mail, and having a delicious choice of broken cookies or bland pretzels to snack on. What’s not to love? Well, now you can … Continue reading

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Are Contracts Valid Even If They Aren’t Written Down? What Types of Contracts are Required to Be in Writing to Be Enforced?

In this article, we will examine whether or not contracts must be written down and signed to be considered valid. Read more detail on Recent Real Estate and Property Law posts –

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