College Professor Fakes AIDS Research Worth Millions

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Students aren’t the only people who cheat in college. The Huffington Post reports thatĀ Dr. Dong-Pyou Han, an assistant professor in biomedical sciencesĀ at Iowa State University resigned after being investigated for falsifying AIDS research funded by millions in federal grants. Han added human blood components to rabbit blood to make it appear that a vaccine was working to fight HIV, the … Read More

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Student Truthfully Uses Oldest Excuse In The Book

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Telling a teacher that your dog really did eat your homework would need some exceptional proof to back up the claim. Luckily, one Colorado student had the x-rays to prove it. Mirror News reports that 13-year-old Payton Moody had the shock of a lifetime when she discovered that her science project- a model volcano made of chocolate- quickly became her … Read More

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Adding Up The Benefits Of Investing In Adult Education

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Why should more focus be on adult education? NPR provides some insight into why funding educational programs for the millions of adults with low literacy should be common sense. People with low literacy are more likely to need government assistance such as food stamps and unemployment checks which has enormous costs for society. They are also more likely to end … Read More

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Hip Hop Helps Children Learn About Health

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When Dr. Olajide Williams thought to blend hip hop music with health messages for children in New York schools, he knew he needed a little help; specifically from someone with hip hop credibility. Williams, who is chief of staff in the Department of Neurology at NY-Presbyterian/Columbia Medical Center and founder of Hip Hop Public Health, eventually came across rapper Doug … Read More

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New Hampshire School Bans Popular Recess Game

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Who knew a game of tag could be so dangerous? Townhall.com reports that a New Hampshire elementary school has banned the game of tag at recess. Principal of the Charlotte Avenue Elementary School, Patricia Beaulieu, claims the game is unsafe in part due to “aggressive pushing”. Beaulieu posted a letter on the school’s website and Facebook group informing parents that … Read More

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