Well-planned educational goals can sometimes hit a stumbling block. One setback you may experience is being placed on Academic Risk or Academic Probation.
A preliminary vote in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday is being seen by pundits and the press as an indication that former president Donald Trump’s forthcoming second impeachment trial will end as the first one did, without a conviction.
My first minimum-wage job was a rite of passage. In 1993, I proudly cleared tables as a busboy at CiCi’s Pizza in Dallas, Texas, for a whopping $4.25 per hour.
There have always been controversial presidential pardons, but at what point does the use of the pardon power become an abuse of power?
Biden’s choices for key posts have raised hopes for advances in numerous policy issues. We may see some positive changes for rural EMS facilities.
What if an errant star or large rogue planet made a close pass of our solar system? What disruptions might that cause to our daily lives?
This is an important time for EMS professionals to raise issues of concern, because legislators often do not understand myriad issues.
Snow days and unexpected school closures come at a price. Learn why the nation must improve its educational continuity with annual “learn at home” drills to test its remote learning system.