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How to Make the Most of Your Social Work Master’s Course​

Challenging, fascinating and rewarding – my master’s in social work was the best thing I have ever done. It was also the toughest. Now as I begin employment, I look back on university and reflect on how to use the experience to best prepare for a career often described using the same words above. Key to getting the most out ...

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Colleges Rethink Remedial Education to Get Students on Course to Graduation

More states are moving away from remedial education, finding the noncredit classes are more of a detour than an on-ramp to a college degree. The classes, typically assigned to first-year students who fail a basic readiness test, are designed to bolster their knowledge base on core academic subjects. The courses cost students and institutions roughly $7 billion a year. But studies show ...

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8 Reasons We’re Loving the Embroidery Fashion Trend

For spring 2017, embroidered details has Canadians in stitches. From floral motifs to DIY-inspired denim, here are 15 fab ways to wear the crafty-chic trend. In Bloom Slide into open-toe season in style with a pair of sandals festooned with 3D flower appliqués. So Fly A sporty bomber in spring’s hottest shade is a fresh way to top feminine separates ...

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7 Stylish Ways To Stay Protected Under The Sun

While there’s no question SPF is a must when you’re out in the sun, experts agree that covering up is equally important when it comes to protecting your skin from harmful UV rays. Here are 15 stylish ways to shield yourself this summer. Swim side Talk about a win-win: Safeguard your skin while supporting model Liya Kebede’s Lemlem Foundation. The proceeds of this line ...

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