Computers and the Internet can’t “fix” education. But that doesn’t mean they don’t carry hefty potential to engage students – particularly boys – in the 21st Century classroom.
The tale of an overworked, disillusioned teacher and a shocking act of conscientiousness from an anonymous teen that revitalized her commitment to the classroom.
In Attacking Charters, Hillary Clinton Reverses Course on School Choice – and Turns Her Back On Many Black Supporters
Siding with teachers unions over charter schools is bad news for many minority students… and bad news for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, writes Cynthia Tucker Haynes.
Faith Boninger and Alex Molnar on how stuff gets sold to kids in school – and it’s not pretty.
Minecraft can be more than just a video game. Here’s how.
If you want to fast-track your child’s development, forget CDs, books that beep, and toys that whirr. Play music with them, with the emphasis being on “play”.
In the rise of the technological era, Jessica Lahitou has some suggestions on how to handle attachment and detachment for students and their devices.
What and how will children be learning 100 years from now?
On global campuses, academic freedom has its limits.
Why do we need to change the way we approach leadership in the arts? Lizzie Muller explains.
“Mummy, I can’t do my homework!” Time for you to step in?
If we want to change the education system for the better, we need to find initiatives that are working and roll them out on a larger scale says Jessicah Lahitou.
Children may be absorbed in figuring out emotions of people important to them.
There might still be more art than science to raising healthy children, but science can be useful. And it can have long-lasting, positive effects on your children.