Summer is a wonderful time for students to spend extra time reading and for parents to supplement the reading lists given to their children by schools. Need a little jumpstart? We’ve gathered five large reading lists to inspire your library visit.
Parenting should beware of extremes and strive for a healthy balance between guiding kids and allowing them to flourish freely.
Does the American public school system really celebrate diversity? Today we have a one-size-fits-all model of education in America.
We all love to hear children say “thank you” or “please” without prompting, but unfortunately, these words will often only come when children REALLY want something.
The Telegraph reports that the city of Rome will be abandoning the use of Roman numerals on "street signs, official documents, bills and identity cards," because they are “too complicated” for today’s people.
Perhaps, then, the solution to our educational woes is not the new, up-and-coming curriculum that every school is following, nor an increased emphasis on testing, nor the latest and greatest tech devices. Perhaps students just need truth.
It looks like China may further relax its one child policy, creating a ‘two child policy’ across the country.
By now, many of you have read about the incident. For many parents, it’s a worst nightmare scenario. A vacationing couple went out to breakfast at Marcy’s Diner in Portland, Maine, with their 2-year-old daughter. The 2-year-old began to scream, and didn’t stop.
I just wanted to say that being a mom is an incredibly tough job. Moms never really get to call in sick. We never get to go "off duty." We don't get credit when credit is due in many cases. It is a hard job.
The differences between the two texts certainly give cause to be on the lookout for further contrasts between today’s history books and the ones which educated our grandparents.