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September 10, 2021
There’s something about autumn. Even the words we associate with the season hold a special magic: Cornucopia, harvest moon, crisp apples, cool breezes, pumpkin spice and cozy nights. A visit to an apple orchard is an annual ritual for many families, and creating in the kitchen with what you bring home always is a fun...
Teenagers can be difficult to please. It’s a general statement, yet most older readers likely are nodding their heads in agreement as they recall last week’s scream session with their 16-year-old about a later curfew or a fight about being mature enough to go to a concert. Teens seemingly have an opinion about everything, so...
It’s a girl! After 22 years, another baby has arrived in our family. I am an auntie to baby Olivia. My brother, Rob, and his wife have chosen to start a family much later in life than when my husband and I started ours. I was in my 20s. Rob is in his 40s. Since...
When it becomes standard practice to teach a subject in schools (such as math, science, social studies, physical education, etc.), it is common for a state to adopt academic content learning standards in that area. These are learning targets differentiated by subject and grade level that students are expected to learn each year. If your...

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