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5 Best Blogs & Tweets [Of Today]: So, Should We Blame Weak US Education Effects On Flawed Reform Efforts Or Entrenched Interests (Or Both)?

Barely 30 percent of US adults exceed their parents' education level - worse than all but 3 OECD nations ow.ly/Bo9FD

ICYMI: @ChiPubSchools Show Real Graduation Rate Progress, @UChicagoUEI Tim Knowles US News ow.ly/Bo84n

Jose Vilson praises @elizwgreen book for listening to teachers ow.ly/Bo1EI

The nations "most-educated" towns are mostly affluent suburbs ow.ly/Bon3w #yayneighborhoodschools?

HS rankings may not tell us much, as @libbyanelsonnotes - but what about high-perf, high-pov HSs also listed? ow.ly/BofgC

On Dana Goldstein’s Piece Last Week in Vox @TeachForAmerica @DanaGoldstein ow.ly/Boe2x

NYT's Porter corrects attribution of income gap / grad rate research - UM's Bailey & Dynarski #edjourn ow.ly/Boaa2

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Education:Food, Lifestyle and physical activities work together to improve physical health. We should never to forget about the mental health because a healthy body has a healthy mind. Stress level should be kicked out or at lease to reduce to maximize the physical health. One has to plan for exercise in the busy routine of life and also spend time with him or herself. The body respond more naturally in its comfort zone; working late hours, fast food, busy life style, increased stress level triggers blood pressure, cholesterol, anxiety level and physical mental performance.www.uniformfactory.ae

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