Is innovation slowing down?

Smart phones. Autonomous cars. Genetic manipulation. Each week seems to bring a new discovery or knowledge. The possibilities seem more limitless than ever. However, there are those who say that human achievement is slowing down; and in fact, it should be slowed down. The view from America in 2017 Technology is booming in America. On a popular news website, a […]

Career option for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)

The popularity of the five-year integrated law course module with all the right ingredients to be an excellent career option has made the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) a highly sought-after entrance exam in the country. This year on May 9, the National Law Institute University (NLIU), Bhopal, will take the selection test to enter some of India’s leading national […]

Dubai Real Estate: past, present and future

Over the years, there have been a number of positive changes in the Dubai real estate sector. One of the most important developments was undoubtedly the 2002 ruling that allowed foreign ownership of properties in freehold areas of Dubai. This was followed by the enactment of a law that made escrow accounts mandatory for those Dubai developers selling off-plan properties. […]

How does not compete affect me if I quit or lose my job?

Under Florida law, non-compete agreements are considered trade restrictions and are interpreted strictly in accordance with our statutes. Non-compete agreements must be considered to support them and must be reasonable in their geographic scope and time limits. Consideration The consideration of not competing can be the job, if it is entered at the beginning of the job, otherwise, they should […]

The burden of being a black teacher

While working at a large high school, I have an insider’s view of the educational scene. As a classroom instructor, I understand that teaching is only one facet of the teaching-learning process, a process whose success is focused on effective communication. Communication is undermined when students feel they are of little importance to the teacher or the school. What teachers […]

Canterbury School – Academic Excellence in Fort Myers

Canterbury School is an independent co-ed private day school in Fort Myers, Florida that claims the distinction of sending 100 percent of its graduates to colleges or universities. With such high academic statistics, it is not surprising that Canterbury students are regularly admitted to select universities across the country, including Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Harvard, New York, Princeton, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, […]