Most websites that report data on Latino students don't give the full picture.
This blog is sponsored by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation The researchers came back a year later to see if the outcomes
Don't worry, we're not on our way to a "Gattaca"-style society.
In a recent professional development session with a small group of teachers, our conversation evolved into deeply philosophical questions surrounding the purpose of education.
The most powerful influence on a teenager is another teenager. Our shared experiences give us perspective and help us believe in ourselves and overcome any obstacles.
I became a Martial Arts World Champion at the age of 22, representing the United States. So I know first-hand how powerful
There's a far more fundamental need that we continue to overlook and that is SLEEP. Most teens go to school sleep deprived. They frequently skip the first period because it's too early, or doze throughout the day.
THE NEW SAT (It Will Start On March 2016): There is a 1/4 of point deducted from each incorrect question, while the blank
Forty-five percent of all college students in California are the first in their family to enroll in higher education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. I would like to introduce you to one of these students.
Reinforcing a child's success with praise is good for them, right? Well, maybe. But, it may depend on the praise that's given, and certain kinds of praise can actually do harm.