College Versus Trade School: What’s Right for You?

It is not always easy to decide what path to take after high school graduation. The good news is that there is a myriad of […]

Homeschoolers Are Chunkers

By Rich Carr, Brain-centric Design Education has been using the same model for far too long. It looks something like this: schedule the whole day, […]

Growth Mindset Training-What Is It?

Originally published by Brain-centric Design Ever forward-facing organizations want nothing to do with an outdated learning system that hasn’t changed since the time of Aristotle. […]

Want To Fuel Collaboration? It’s Time To Tear Down Silos In Higher Ed

Most people come into higher education with great intentions. Faculty and staff truly want what’s best for their students and their departments, yet they don’t […]

Producer Covitt Looking to Place His Film “333” in Schools Here and Abroad

  By Charles Sosnik   When I first met Michael Covitt and he told me about his film, “333,” I just had to ask: “What’s […]

No national exams for primary schools

H.E The President has just declared that there will be no national exam for Grade 6 pupils before transitioning to a secondary school under the […]

Are Classrooms Becoming Too Dependent On Technology?

Many educators have asked the question, “Are today’s classrooms too dependent on technology?” The underlying assumptions involve several complex political and economic challenges. Some of […]

3 Fields of Study With Great Post-Graduate Prospects

Many jobs that have been the bread-and-butter for generations continue to disappear. More people are wondering what steps to take to keep from being phased […]

5 Steps to Reduce Suspensions

  By Tom Hierck and Kent D. Peterson Student suspensions continue to be a major issue in American schools.  Suspensions are associated with a variety […]

School Attrition: The Shifting Tides of Student Enrollment

  By CHARLES SOSNIK One in four school-aged children currently do not attend a traditional public school. Even with all the positive changes being made […]

How To Pay Your Rent And Other Bills When You’re Low on Cash

You work a full-time job, or maybe you’re in college, and you try to be responsible with your money, but this month you came up […]

Understanding the Causes of Teenage Suicide

  By Franklin P. Schargel Editor’s Note: This is part one in a series on the causes and prevention of teenage suicide. Suicide is now […]

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