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Making PE accessible for students with disabilities


A school district has added new sports activities in an effort to ease participation for students of all abilities. Continue reading

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New York’s “Little Liberia” faces Ebola stigma


African immigrants in the U.S. are facing stigma amid the intensifying Ebola outbreak across the Atlantic Ocean in their home country. Continue reading

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President names Ebola response coordinator


A newly named Ebola response coordinator will oversee the federal response to Ebola and consolidate the U.S.’ efforts to fight the virus. Continue reading

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“Bigger than landing on the moon” – paralyzed man walks after new surgery


A formerly paralyzed man is walking again, in the first-ever case of recovery from complete paralysis. Continue reading

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Ebola 101 for the classroom – Q & A


With the recent outbreak of Ebola in Western Africa and the confirmed case of Ebola in Texas on 9/30/2014, students are bound to have some…read more

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