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Fred G. Andrews
Attended University of Central Missouri
Lives in Prairie Village, KS
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A new, national survey released by the University of Michigan has found that 50 percent of parents who have teenage children would support later start times ...
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Of all the things I thought might be difficult about having children, I never realized it would be so much work to get them to do any work.
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A collection of optical illusions that will make you question everything you see.
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When it comes to kids and money, there are few topics that cause more confusion for parents than allowances. When should you start? Should it depend on the completion of chores? If you give too little, are you a scrooge? If you give too much, will your kids become brats?...
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Some politicians want to get rid of the AP U.S.-history curriculum because it paints a cynical picture of the country's backstory.
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In many parts of the world, corporations today are cultivating partnerships with locally rooted organizations that promote a multi-faceted approach to women’s empowerment. Includes magazine extras.
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  • University of Central Missouri
    Political Science & Economics - BA, 1975
  • University of Missouri–Kansas City
    Non-profit Management - MPA, 1998
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Woodland, CA - Grundy Center, IA - Warrensburg, MO - Kansas City, MO - Marion, IA - Boone, IA - Tarkio, MO - Boonville, MO - Berkeley, CA
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16 optical illusions more fun than that damn dress
mashable.com

A collection of optical illusions that will make you question everything you see.

Parents Support Later Start Times for High School | Observations, Scient...
blogs.scientificamerican.com

A new, national survey released by the University of Michigan has found that 50 percent of parents who have teenage children would support l

Your Entire Approach to Your Kid’s Allowance Is Wrong
www.slate.com

When it comes to kids and money, there are few topics that cause more confusion for parents than allowances. When should you start? Should i

Age-Appropriate Chores for Children (and Why They're Not Doing Them)
parenting.blogs.nytimes.com

Of all the things I thought might be difficult about having children, I never realized it would be so much work to get them to do any work.

Who Should Decide How Students Learn About America’s Past?
www.theatlantic.com

Some politicians want to get rid of the AP U.S.-history curriculum because it paints a cynical picture of the country's backstory.

Engaging Teens (SSIR)
www.ssireview.org

A financial literacy program created by the Charles Schwab Foundation and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America has reached a half million tee

Making Ideas Catch On (SSIR)
www.ssireview.org

A conversation with communications expert Jonah Berger on how to build support for ideas and gain momentum on social change.

Empowering Women at the Grassroots (SSIR)
www.ssireview.org

In many parts of the world, corporations today are cultivating partnerships with locally rooted organizations that promote a multi-faceted a

Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science?
ngm.nationalgeographic.com

We live in an age when all manner of scientific knowledge--from climate change to vaccinations--faces furious opposition. Some even have dou

What Forms of Creativity Turn You On? | Beautiful Minds, Scientific Amer...
blogs.scientificamerican.com

It's no secret: creativity is sexy. People all over the world rank creativity as a highly desirable quality in a partner, and people who are

How Transparency Will Change The World [Video]
www.scientificamerican.com

Daniel Dennett and Deb Roy explain why digital technology will drive organizations into an evolutionary arms race

New Promise of Relief for Major Depression - Scientific American
www.scientificamerican.com

Deep-brain stimulation has shown potential to help the up to 20 percent of patients with major depression who don’t get relief from medicati

The U.S. Power Grid is in Need of a Technology Upgrade | Plugged In, Sci...
blogs.scientificamerican.com

Innovators gather in DC this week to discuss how to modernize the U.S. electric grid in the face of a changing electricity sector. The ARPA-

Measles by the Numbers - Scientific American
www.scientificamerican.com

The U.S. media is abuzz due to an outbreak at Disneyland in California, but the disease will keep popping up until it is wiped out worldwide

Why There's No Conservative Jon Stewart
www.theatlantic.com

A unified theory of why political satire is biased toward, and talk radio is biased against, liberals in America.