Education

Perspective

Our traditional K-12 students are begging out of attendance at record numbers

By: 
Charles Sosnik
Perspective

In the absence of a solid grounding in how the brain learns, many educators still believe that we use only 10 percent of our brains

By: 
Betsy Hill & Roger Stark
Thoughts

After teaching and learning in a pandemic for the past few months, it is very understandable if many educators feel like they have been working in the middle of a long, dark tunnel

By: 
Jamie Bricker
Perspective

Every year, I publish a column somewhere in the education press around the time of the Thanksgiving holiday with a “What are You Thankful For” theme

By: 
Charles Sosnik
Thoughts

The Covid-19 pandemic and rapid shift to remote learning have brought forward discussions that have been occurring on the periphery or in the background, at least, for several years

By: 
Cinnamon Scheufele
Thoughts

We must have our own change of attitude. Hopefully, this pandemic has given us a view of what really is important

By: 
Christy Stephens Martin, Ed.D.

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