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A9 Trucking Enterprise, Inc.

A9 Trucking Enterprise, Inc.

Virginal Venerability Henry Ford once said “most people get ahead during the time that others waste.” In the Virgin Islands, the ability of one enterprise to grow over time has been largely helped by the waste from others. Hurricane Season will officially begin on the first of June and forecasters anticipate that this year will […]

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Universal Environmental Consulting

Universal Environmental Consulting

Auguste Rodin, the celebrated “Father of Modern Sculpture” once said, “Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.” At New York-based Universal Environmental Consulting, a certain “Papa” prompts celebration for wisely using his experience with waste to now offer removal service solutions which not only help national retailers save time and […]

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National Association of Independent Schools

National Association of Independent Schools

  Illuminating Independent Education W.B. Yeats once wrote, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” When it comes to the igniting of intellect and sparking of ideas that lead to innovation, independent schools are excelling over public school systems. Comparative research indicates students from private schools (K to […]

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University School

University School

  A Moment of Truth in Education In dollars doled out to schools, America spends more than any other of the leading economic superpowers, yet student scores in math or science routinely rank behind other countries and gaps in skills contribute to millions of jobs going unfilled each year. Disappointing performance outcomes have recently coalesced […]

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