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Bombing in St Petersburg Russia

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BIG Admission by AP- Bit by Bit Trump Undoing Obama Legacy

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African Gang in Dubai Hacked into confidential White House Emails?

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Manufacturing Optimism at a 20 Year High

Fresh off the heels of the third straight month of manufacturing job growth, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) today released the first Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey since President Donald Trump took office. The survey shows a dramatic shift in sentiment, with more than 93 percent of manufacturers feeling positive about their economic outlook. This is the highest in the survey’s 20-year history, up from 56.6 percent one year ago and 77.8 percent in December. - See more at: 

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Small Business Optimism Still there

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Worry that Colleges are TOO Obsessed with Entrepreneurship and Not Workplace Skills

According to Gallup research, the majority of employers "think college graduates aren't developing workplace skills." These employers aren't referring to coding or computation skills, but, rather, to "human qualities" such as "relationship building, dealing with complexity and ambiguity, balancing opposing views, teaming and collaboration, co-creativity." Even though such qualities don't come naturally to all people, they are eminently teachable — the business of the university.

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Know your Constitution- HS To Teach Citizenship Test Questions

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