Yes, Parents Can Choose Curric...

Nov 27, 2021 by

By Lance Izumi Terry McAuliffe sank his Virginia gubernatorial bid with his condescension toward parents, typified in his claim that...

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Dr. Tasaria Bettis Shares the ...

Oct 28, 2021 by

Tasaria Bettis Ed.D. Today, many parents are taking an active role in their children’s education. The Covid pandemic has led to...

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The Complete Guide to Studying...

Oct 10, 2021 by

Studying abroad is a popular choice for undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Countries such as Canada, Germany, the United...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Sep 27, 2021 by

Doing the right thing the wrong way can be as ruinous as not doing it at all when plans for carrying it out are logistically...

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Is it inevitable to get academ...

Sep 18, 2021 by

Robyn Jackson ASCD author argues the importance of improvising academic help to the kids. Robyn Jackson intuitively jot down her...

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An Interview with Professor Do...

Sep 3, 2021 by

Commentary and Interview: As we approach the end of September, we have tried to honor all those who died 19 years ago on 9/11....

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Higher Education Flipped Class...

Aug 30, 2021 by

The Flipped Classroom concept is when traditional classroom activities and homework are reversed in order so that students interact...

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Extended Reality Transforming ...

Aug 27, 2021 by

The COVID-19 pandemic sped up the use of Extended Reality (XR) technology in higher education particularly for virtual science...

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Why Teacher Should Not Label M...

Aug 12, 2021 by

There are a variety of sources of student errors in math, and labeling them ‘careless’ might mean missing a chance to help students...

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An Interview with Marc Crail: ...

Aug 9, 2021 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy Marc, let’s start at the beginning- when did you first think about becoming a teacher? When I was in...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Aug 9, 2021 by

Teacher certification is not all kit’s cracked up to be.  Being licensed is a qualification for employment, but one should not...

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An Interview with Steven Lee: ...

Aug 4, 2021 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy First of all, can you tell us a bit about yourself- your education and experience? My grandfather was a...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jul 13, 2021 by

A Department of Education investigation that should have taken two weeks was fast-tracked by them and therefore took only two years....

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How COVID-19 widened education...

Jul 6, 2021 by

By Mila Koumpilova  Photos by Max Herman for Chalkbeat As the promise of spring hung over Chicago, three teenage boys tussled with...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jul 6, 2021 by

There are times when schools need to intervene to try to bring some serenity into the lives of star-crossed students. A child at...

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An Interview with Manuel and A...

Jul 4, 2021 by

“Policymakers in the field of science are unaware of the fact that knowledge and research are necessary to achieve revolutionary and...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jun 29, 2021 by

In compliance with principal’s orders, a first-year middle school teacher stands outside the opened door of his class to keep...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jun 24, 2021 by

When this school year started, nobody could predict how it would end. The pandemic had put it on indefinite hold, upended our daily...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Jun 23, 2021 by

Most of the time, academic credentials are required to obtain professional certification in areas related to psychotherapy, but that...

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