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 […]

You Can Attend College Anytime & You Don’t Have To Rush

Today, more people than ever before are going back to school. Regardless of your age, gender, or location, if you feel the burning need to […]

Why It’s Time We Take Another Look At School Lunches

Many people agree that school lunches need reform. Food served in school cafeterias has a reputation for being unappealing and unappetizing, and the problem is […]

Is All the Technology in Modern Classrooms a Good Thing?

In recent years, the way we communicate, order food, exchange money, and more has all been reimagined to include technological advances. And, technology has reached […]

A Well-Informed School Board—and Public—Are the Best Tools for Successful Rezoning

  By Eric Wells Redrawing school boundaries can be a nightmare of balancing competing interests and goals. If you find reasonable boundaries that put the […]

Teachers: Avoid Burnout, Enable Equity by Managing Parents’ Expectations

  By Vlada Lotkina   When parents and teachers work together, students win. As a 2018 report from the Carnegie Corporation of New York has shown in […]

How Math Class Can Prepare Students for the Jobs of the Future

  By Brittany Goerig While students need to be able to recall basic math facts, lessons can’t stop there. Educators should persist in teaching the […]

List of all bank codes in Kenya

Banks are sprawling all over the country as more people embrace the modern methods of banking. These days, it is not hard to find a […]

Leadership Equity: Q and A with Superintendent Dr. A. Katrise Perera, Gresham-Barlow Schools

Dr. A. Katrise Perera is a self-proclaimed life-long learner with nearly 25 years of service to learning communities and almost 19 in an education leadership […]

6 Things Every High School Senior Should Have Access To Before Graduation

In Gary Vaynerchuk’s recent video, My Reaction to the 2019 College Admissions Scandal, he states, “If a parent thinks a kid’s accomplishment is a reflection of […]

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