After a recent tour of a Dallas preschool, I’m wondering just how overly “structured” classrooms are for Texas Kindergartners.
Research shows students learn more when they leave their smart phones at home. So why isn’t that the default policy?
A short rant on why “low fat” and “fat free” products should be taken off the product lines for kids’ snacks and drinks.
Senior Program Manager Michelle Carter shares why recess is so important, and how SHAPE is working to guarantee that all students have meaningful physical activity and free time, every day of the year.
The historic connotations and current implications of rebranding Mar-a-Lago some “Southern” version of 1600 Pennsylvania are deeply problematic.
These reactions to the surreal quality of today’s press conference are astute and hilarious.
Harry and Ahmed lived through different eras, but their struggle to survive shares remarkable similarities.
UNICEF just released a heart-wrenching video sharing the parallel stories of Syrian refugee Ahmed and Harry, a Holocaust survivor.
Every student has to feel safe and welcome if they are to experience the truest form of learning: a revelation of the heart.
Some thoughts on why the political fight over charters is derivative and unhelpful.
How Trump singled out and demolished his foes demonstrates a kind of systematic brilliance; liberals should prepare for Trump trying to win them over.
Blame Bush gave way to ‘Thanks, Obama,’ and there’s no end in sight.
His ability to mock the past four presidents, his own kids, and himself and his generation, makes Carvey the rarest of comedic talents.
The report tracks media mentions of local drug busts of the “Big Four” – marijuana, cocaine, meth, and heroin.
No one lives in abstractions, but many in the media would like you to look away from the potential physical reality of Trump’s impact.
F. Scott Fitzgerald saw a precious strength in America’s big dreams and bigger heart; but online callout culture is turning most of us all into callous cynics.