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Why Video Games are Good for Students
Posted by Ben Davis on June 14, 2018 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryMember Tips
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Looking at whether there’s a correlation between playing video games and learning will continue to gain popularity among teachers and students who are looking for an effective method to increase skills and test scores. The skeptics believe that there is no correlation between video games and improving test scores. But others increasingly see video games as a useful learning tool.


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Seasons of Lifeā€”Ages 40s to mid-50s
Posted by Wallace Barkins on June 13, 2018 in categoryFacts & Research
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Estate planning needs and goals change over the decades, but there are many ways to incorporate philanthropy into the plans.

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The Prison Reform Bill is a Move in the Right Direction
Posted by Ben Davis on June 07, 2018 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryNewscategoryAdvocacy
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Recently, President Donald Trump signed a pardon for Alice Johnson after meeting with Kim Kardashian West to talk about prison reformKardashian West’s primary focus was to ask for clemency to be granted to Alice Johnson, who was sentenced to life without parole for a nonviolent drug conspiracy charge and money laundering. However, their talk also focused on prison sentence reform and rehabilitation programs, which would include education funding.

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There Are No Names of "Morons" on This Wall!


Over the years, I have observed that while Memorial Day tributes will be given to special groups—the battalions of the Army and Marines, the battle groups of the Navy, the air wings of the Air Force, and others—one group of service members will go largely unnoticed and unappreciated. Indeed, they were unwanted to begin with, and only used when the demands for manpower at the front became so great that the military services had to use them. They are the undereducated, marginally literate young adults who score between the 10th and 30th percentiles at the lower end of the military's bell curve of aptitude, known in military personnel circles as “Category IV’s” and in other, less professionally restrained circles as “dummies.”

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The Tax Benefits of Charitable Giving
Posted by abeContentEditor on May 18, 2018 in categoryFacts & Research
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Donors who make planned gifts to the charities they are passionate about benefit by receiving additional income and capital gains tax relief.

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