- Misericordia UniversityElementary Education, 1999 - 2001
- Luzerne County Community CollegeElementary Education, 1994 - 1997
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- Charles County Board of Education4th GradeTeacher, 2001 - 2001
Study Confirms That E-Cigarettes Generate Virtually No Toxins
Levels are about the same as those found in air.
Microsoft releases Office 2016 for Mac preview - SlashGear
Microsoft has launched its Office 2016 for Mac preview, giving Apple users with a taste for office software a chance to preview its upcoming
Washington County schools could run to late June with post-Labor Day start
Later graduation ceremonies and school ending in mid-June — if there are no snow days — are some of the changes that would occur next year f
7 Great Google Forms Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mob...
February 25, 2015. Since its release a few months ago, add-ons store for Google Forms has several interesting tools added to it. We have gon
White House Investigating Origins of Malia Obama's Mysterious Instagram Pic
The photo of the First Daughter rocking a Pro Era t-shirt went viral on Sunday night.
Meet The New Marlboro Spokesman: Jeff, The Diseased Lung In A Cowboy Hat
On the Sunday's episode of Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver took an in-depth look at how the tobacco industry uses expensive lawsuits and
ASK EYDIE: Where Oh Where Has Google Plus Gone? - Press Enterprise
Business: ASK EYDIE: Where Oh Where Has Google Plus Gone? | google, new, one, hangouts, account, eydie, join, users, social, facebook
Report: iOS 9 to Focus More on Stability Than New Features
According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple is focusing more on improving the stability of its mobile operating system.
FCC Chair: Broadband Internet, Including Mobile Broadband, Will Be Recla...
Tom Wheeler, the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, announced today that he will reclassify broadband internet providers as
» Why half of the nation’s new teachers can’t leave the profession fast ...
A mass exodus is happening in k-12 education. Research shows that 50% of new teachers leave the job before year 5. That number is consistent