3 Tips to Building Math Confidence in Your Child

No single subject seems to induce as much fear in school children as mathematics can. I loved math in elementary school but by eight grade’s accelerated algebra 1, I dreaded the class, the homework, and the tears and frustration that became an almost nightly-ritual. And I’ve watched in empathy as…

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Investigating online child porn cases hits wrinkle

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Hacking has created havoc in prosecuting child pornography cases — both for those caught in a 2015 FBI sting operation as well as for the adult victims of malicious pedophiles. Evidence obtained by the FBI over the Internet has been ruled…

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FBI won’t reveal hack, so child porn evidence tossed

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Evidence in a child pornography trial has been thrown out because the US government refuses to detail how it hacked the website allegedly visited by the defendant. The FBI says the hacking method, referred to as a Network Investigation Technique, or…

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Dear Teacher of my Food Allergic Child

image: created by author I wish I had written this letter in the Fall, when school started. As a teacher, you are the next most important and influential person in my child’s life. As the school year ends, cards and gifts will flow to you with words of gratitude and…

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Day of the Child – Age of Childing?

When I signed on to Facebook this morning, it informed me that today was the Day of the Child. It’s great to have a day that commemorates our youngest. But what else should we do? What else must we do to celebrate them as they deserve? For one thing, we…

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Stomp Out Child Abuse Awareness Walk

WILLIAMSON – As part of Child Abuse Awareness Month, a Stomp Out Child Abuse Awareness Walk was held at noon Wednesday in downtown Williamson. The walk began in front of the Mingo County Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) Office and ended at the Mingo County Courthouse. Family Resource…

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