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Month: May 2014

5 Revealing Statistics About Dating

May 4, 2014

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Photo via BlackandMarriedWithKids.com
Black women more attracted to her own race than other women. Photo via BlackandMarriedWithKids.com

A good number of Americans prefer the single/dating life, while others like committed relationships with each other. Granted the latter group is still a slight majority, according to data by Static Brain via the US Census. But these five statistics tell a lot about love and relationships in America.

1. Data compiled from Facebook’s app “Are You Interested” found that Asian and Latina women preferred white men over their own race. Both white and black women preferred their own race, but black women had a 50 percent higher response rate to black men than white women did with white men. read more

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Common Core Standards And Customary Units: Match Made In Hell

May 4, 2014

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Photo via Bay Area Speech Language Learning Associates.
Photo via Bay Area Speech Language Learning Associates.

For those unfamiliar, the Common Core Initiative is federal legislation that standardized learning and graduation requirements in English and mathematics for most U.S. public schools. It’s endorsed by both the bipartisan National Governors Association (NGA) and non-partisan Council of Chief State School Counselors (CCSSC).

Former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, who’s also the former Chairwoman of the NGA, is widely regarded as the architect of Common Core, which school districts across the country began adopting in 2009. Parents all across the country are complaining to their local school districts about assignments being impossible to teach to a 2nd grader, while other parents call it “ridiculous” and completely unnecessary. read more

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