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Does more education stem political violence?

  • Published in Life

political violenceRecent evidence of above-average levels of education among genocide perpetrators and terrorists, such as those who carried out the 9/11 attacks, has challenged the consensus among scholars that education has a generally pacifying effect. Is it true that more schooling can promote peaceful behavior and reduce civil conflict and other behaviours politically-motivated group violence?


New Search Engine Delivers Content Matched to Student Ability

  • Published in Life

Londan: An Internet search engine developed specifically for schools by two University of Alabama in Huntsville professors is being tested as a way to increase reading abilities in challenged students and help motivate intellectual development in gifted students while saving schools money on textbooks.


Healthy Food Is Good For You And Can Sell Too

  • Published in Health

Iowa : You don't just need to rely on hot dogs and pizza to make a buck at concession stands. A study reveals researchers from the University of Iowa asked whether the club would add healthy foods – from apples to string cheese – to its concessions menu.


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