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For All the Life-Long Learners Out There...

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I'll be out of the office on a reporting trip until next Wednesday, May 20. Look for new posts on that day.

In the meantime, you might want to browse this week's Carnival of Education.

It includes a blog entry, Should children's books be more multicultural?, posted by Sarah Ebner at School Gate, which offers suggestions for books that feature characters from different racial and ethnic backgrounds.

My favorite entry, which I admit doesn't have much to do with the subject of this blog, is 100 Amazing How-To Sites to Teach Yourself Anything, posted by Rated Colleges.

The video, "Following Through When Throwing a Football," at the Expert Village site caught my eye. It's never too late to learn, right?

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It is one thing that connects travel and language mutually. That is why there is such thing as language travel. I believe sprachreisen England will make a good option. We all know that England offers a lot of variety when it comes to travel and learning, not to mention the wide array of interesting different places you can go to. I just want to say that a language travel in England is really something for students.

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