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I was busier than a mosquito at a streakers festival that I forgot last issue was the 1st year anniversary of BrainyZine! What can I say except to extend my sincere thanks to you, my most important reader, for staying with BrainyZine for all these times. Will I continue to do this? Well, as long as I still receive positive feedback from you guys, I will never give up. Once again, thank you so much for reading, participating in, and contributing to BrainyZine. Take care!

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Report Cards Show Incomplete View of Student Achievement ~
Star Telegram Oct 28, 2003

Your fourth-grader comes home with a mixed report card. It shows a 96, a 95, and a 92 (all good) and an 81 (not so good). Is she doing well or not doing well in her studies? 

~ Television May Harm Kids' Ability to Read ~
Oakland Tribune Oct 29, 2003

Children who live in homes where the television is on most of the time may have more trouble learning to read than other kids, a study says. 

The study, by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Children's Digital Media Centers, found about one-third of children 6 and younger have TVs in their rooms and a similar proportion live in homes where a television is on most or all the time. In those "heavy TV households," 34 percent of children ages 4 to 6 can read, compared with 56 percent in homes where the TV is on less often. 


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