The Holmes Education Post and Einestine Technology Services release timely Online National Anti-Hazing Curriculum for Educational Institutions Hazing is prevalent in the university environment despite [&hellip
Jovan Johnson is a California based attorney with Johnson and Moo who received a Juris Doctor from Southwestern University School of Law. Johnson has an [&hellip
The roles of superintendents are broad. They are responsible for the successes and failures of school districts. Sometimes their failures occur when they are reactive [&hellip
In this era of choice, parents have numerous options to educate their children. Some of these options include public, private, charter schools and now, virtual [&hellip
In the popular children’s story, Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall and had a great fall. Since Humpty’s fall was too severe, all the King’s [&hellip
While students are enjoying the last couple of days of summer, educational officials are preparing for their return. To help educational institutions get off to [&hellip
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When do employees cyberloaf? An interactionist perspective examining personality, justice, and empowerment.
Kim, K., Triana, M., Chung, K., Oh, N. Cyberloafing—using the internet for non-work-related activities—is aprevalent counterproductive work behavior (CWBs) in the workplace, but researchers have [&hellip
How does Miss Black Florida USA 2014 raise awareness of heart disease and promote literacy in children?
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women and men in the U.S. with about 600,000 people each year dying of it, according [&hellip