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Why Students Struggle With History Classes

June 26, 2011
Why Students Struggle With History Classes

Who was North Korea’s ally in the Korean War against American troops? No googling please. See, history isn’t that easy after all. If you said China, without googling, pat yourself on the b ... Read More About Why Students Struggle With History Classes

Why Recess Should Be Before Lunch

June 19, 2011
Why Recess Should Be Before Lunch

Typically, most school children eat lunch then head off to recess. That’s just the way the curriculum has been set for years. But, what’s more appealing to little Johnny an apple or a game ... Read More About Why Recess Should Be Before Lunch

How Teachers Can Support And Evaluate Other Teachers

June 12, 2011
How Teachers Can Support And Evaluate Other Teachers

You’re a teacher. Your performance is evaluated by teachers, judged and rated by teachers. Your mentor is a teacher, and your boss is a teacher. Imagine that. Would you love it or hate it? What ... Read More About How Teachers Can Support And Evaluate Other Teachers

Colleges With Small Class Sizes

June 05, 2011
Colleges With Small Class Sizes

“Small” is not a word many students hear when colleges talk about their class sizes anymore, and when they do use that word – they’re most likely using it incorrectly. Major bu ... Read More About Colleges With Small Class Sizes

Why College Grads Face A Tough Job Market

June 01, 2011
Why College Grads Face A Tough Job Market

Employment rates and starting salaries for graduating college students entering the job market have fallen drastically in the last few years, according to an article in the New York Times. Only 55.6% ... Read More About Why College Grads Face A Tough Job Market