Education Infographic

Inclusion education is a very important part of our educational system in the United States, and unless you have a family member who is gifted or has a disability, you probably don’t know much about them. By definition, inclusion education is “the full acceptance of all students, including those with significant disabilities as well as…

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The infographic was developed to illustrate and support the key findings of the Global Research Report, “Building Bricks: Exploring the Global Research Impact of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Korea” which focuses on the increase in research publications and patent fillings of the BRICK nations from 1992 through 2011 as compared to that of…

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Colorado is a beautiful state which is known for its rich cultural heritage and historical landmarks. It also has a nice reputation for the health standard of its populace. It is considered an ideal place to settle into a nursing career as there is a great demand for professional nurses. Here are the latest statistics…

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Bioprinting has been making lot of noise within the world of technology and science, and is, by far, the most exciting avenue of 3D printing. But while it’s still early days for this amazing feat in science, the ability to print human parts and organs will eventually eliminate the need for human donors (which are…

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Take a look back in history with the TakePart infographic that compares public education in the 1950s to public education today. Find out how much a teacher made in 1950 and which children’s books were on the bestseller list. Check out what education milestone changed the course of history and what classroom technologies were considered…

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