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Educators' misguided belief in 'neuromyths' hinders children's learning

Educators' misguided belief in 'neuromyths' hinders children's learning, expert says

Does it matter that a large proportion of people are so misinformed about the brain? Of course, especially when it relates to educating young people.

Rate of mass shootings in U.S. has tripled since 2011, Harvard analysis finds

Rate of mass shootings in U.S. has tripled since 2011, Harvard analysis finds

Since late 2011, mass shootings occur every 64 days in the United States, on average.

Anchor initiatives: Local food means business for local neighborhoods

“Our goal is to improve economic vitality for both anchor institutions and their communities,” said Ellen Watters of the Central Corridor Anchor Partnership.