Education


Wait…Did I Just Learn Something?

We often visit somewhere on family vacation or a rainy summer day, full of beautiful scenery and fun facts, and with an abundance of educational knowledge. Whether a zoo, museum, or aquarium these places can be so much fun that we don’t realize how educational they really are...

Blogging for Education

UPDATE: We’re extending the deadline until Wednesday, August 5th, at Noon EST. We want to make sure everyone has a chance to nominate their favorite organization! Get your submissions to us by Noon so we can reveal the winner on Wednesday evening. Good luck everyone!...

District Budget Cuts Mean the Axe for Summer School Programs

As schools begin to feel the effects of a recessionary economy, more and more cuts have to be made in keeping with general state budget reductions. The New York Times recently reported that summer school programs across the country are being hit hard...

Certification Map featured on USC News

Certification Map is attracting more and more attention as a comprehensive and helpful resource for anyone with questions about teacher certification, says USC News in their recently published article...

From Textbooks to Hypertext

A Westport, Connecticut high school leaves convention behind as it switches from math textbooks to a “custom designed online curriculum.” They believed the current system of learning presented by the textbook to be less than ideal and went about implementing a system they believed to be optimized for their students...

What Do Teachers Make?

“What Teachers Make, or Objection Overruled, or If things don’t work out, you can always go to law school”...