The main difference between charter and traditional public schools is autonomy. Charters are free to pursue alternative curriculum approaches and can focus on specific fields of study, such as art and technology.
It is usually expected that young adults automatically attend college the fall after completing high school. But this brings up an important question: Is college the only option for young adults after high school?
Teacher professional development trainings should be a time to share ways to help kids succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. But are they?
Student retention and standardized testing. These are two of the most controversial topics within education. Did you know they actually go hand in hand?
I would argue that most teachers have a results-first approach to teaching reading. This is not completely their fault, as our educational institutions perpetuate it by forcing them to think in terms of quotas rather than actual learning.
“Hello, I am Katie from the social media channel, “Good Patriot.” My purpose online is to help encourage and educate people in their faith and freedom”
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
Does a college diploma put young adults ahead of the pack, or does the debilitating student debt put them farther behind?
Why is critical thinking the most in demand skill that’s not actually being taught in public schools today and how you can help to fix it?
” … As adults, this is a relatively short period of our lives; but for young children who have been born in the last few years, this is all they know. These are some of the most crucial years in a child’s overall development. This leads us to wonder: Has the pandemic impacted the speech and language development of young children?”