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Ivy Leaguers Admit To Taking ADHD Meds To Boost Grades

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A new study shows one in five Ivy League college students admit to misusing ADHA medication to help study or write papers. Video provided by Newsy


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Researchers Say Kindergarten Is Rigged for Girls

Researchers Say Kindergarten Is Rigged for Girls

Buzz60 (Jan. 3, 2013) — Economists say boys get worse grades than girls even though they do better on tests because kindergarten is rigged to favor girls. Jen Markham explains why the fix is in for 5-year-olds.
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Do-Over Debate: Should Poor Pupils Be Made to Repeat Grades?

Do-Over Debate: Should Poor Pupils Be Made to Repeat Grades?

Deutsche Welle (Apr. 4, 2013) — Repeating a grade gives weaker pupils a chance, say advocates. Detractors counter that having pupils repeat grades wastes time and hurts children's feelings. The newly elected SPD/Green government of the state of Lower Saxony has rekindled debate by announcing that it plans to discontinue the practice.It may want to consult with the city-state of Hamburg, which has experience with both approaches.
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Brain Resource Launches MyBrainSolutions for Parents

Brain Resource Launches MyBrainSolutions for Parents

MultiVu (Oct. 9, 2012) — Brain Resource, Inc., a developer of innovative tools to improve brain health, announced today at Health 2.0 the launch of MyBrainSolutions for Parents and its companion site for children, PoweringUp an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) management tool for the home.
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