Histogram of 4000 Years of World History.
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We’re now averaging more than one mass shooting per day in 2015 - The Washington Post
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In our teaching career we WILL come across children with a range of developmental and learning disorders. It is our responsibility as the teacher to incorporate teaching strategies that will maximise the success of our individual students.
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Some candidates are more dependent on their superPACs and millionaires, while others are turning most to small donors. See where the candidates line up based on their donations.
There are 8 states where a part-time minimum wage job will earn enough in a year to pay tuition. And that doesn't even count room and board.
Donald Trump, the GOP, and the Hispanic Vote - The Atlantic
Irony, Illustrated - Digg
Max Galka, who runs the blog metrocosm, created the map above to illustrate just how much wealth is locked up in the land value of America’s coasts. In the map above, he took the total residential property value for every county in the U.S. (the contiguous 48 states), and substituted those values for each county’s […]
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The Housing Value of Every County in the U.S. To create the map below, Max Galka took the total residential property value for every county in the U.S. (the contiguous 48 states), and substituted those values for each county's land area.
Where does our nation’s energy supply really come from? John Muyskens, Dan Keating and Samuel Granados of The Washington Post put together this cool map that provides a detailed answer. Coal power plants are marked in black, while natural gas appears in orange. Nuclear is pink, hydropower is blue, wind power is green, solar is […]