How the ‘Pre-Professionals’ Title Gives High Schoolers the Upper Hand

The high school years are a time for discovering oneself — learning strengths and weaknesses, identifying dreams and goals for the future, developing key communication […]

Teaching Quiet Kids: Creating Temperament-Inclusive Classrooms With Heidi Kasevich

Both introverted and extroverted children benefit from a robust learning experience. Yet too often, introverts – who comprise nearly half of every classroom – are […]

Quiet In The Classroom: How To Recognize And Support Introverted Entrepreneurs

Written by: Robyn D. Shulman “Quiet people have the loudest minds,”- Stephen Hawking About two weeks ago, via LinkedIn, I shared Josh Steimle’s book review […]

Character Playbook: How the NFL are Champions for Youth

The NFL, Houston Texans, United Way of Greater Houston, United Way Worldwide and Verizon have announced the Houston launch of Character Playbook, a new education […]

How DJ Khaled, King of Snapchat, is Helping to Make Education Dreams Come True

Making a difference using positive influence; we love this story and couldn’t be more proud to share it. Thank you DJ Khaled-for making a difference […]

Grit in the Classroom

Guest Article by: Matthew Pietrafetta, Ph.D. Grit has been celebrated and critiqued by many in academic circles and the academic press, but the conversation has […]

Passionate About Second Language Acquisition: Meet Inkeri, English Teacher at 51Talk

We are quite excited to share our very first interview here with Inkeri Martin, English Teacher from 51Talk.  51Talk is China’s leading online English education […]

’Booking’ Students: The Literacy Solution

Written By Guest Author: (Mrs.) Linda A. McFarlane The office clock shows 6:50 on this blustery fall morning; daylight is still quite a few minutes […]

14 Signs of Cyberbullying in the Classroom

One of the biggest trends affecting education across the country is the migration of bullying to digital media, which is commonly referred to as cyberbullying. […]

A Bold Move to Better Prepare Principals: How Illinois Educators Revamped Requirements for Preparation of Principals

This is a four part mini-series; a must watch for educators who believe in taking charge to reform the system-in their own hands. The Wallace […]

Class Divide Debuts Oct. 3rd: HBO Documentary Shines Light on the Inequalities of Education

Main (Top) Photo: Joel. (Credit: Tom LeGoff/courtesy of HBO) Commentary by Robyn Shulman: I was privileged to have an early screening of this film. As […]

Free Virtual Clinic To Provide Parents in California With Education Support

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