In a recent study done by ACT, it found that students have a greater likelihood to move on to college and obtain a bachelors degree when they enroll dual enrollment courses while in high school.
Here is a link to the study and further information: http://bit.ly/1KMASpg
Here is an interesting post that discusses some of the upcoming changes we should anticipate in the years to come: http://www.theedadvocate.org/a-digital-future-k-12-technology-by-2018/
The meaning of homework can sometimes be defined in many ways. It can be an extension of what was learned within the classroom. It can also represent proper work ethic. But I never how considered how too much homework may lead to be “economically stressful”.
Here is a recent study done by Pennsylvania State University: http://www.theedadvocate.org/does-too-much-homework-make-students-poor/
As an undergraduate, one of my lecturers once said that language is a tug-of-war between laziness and comprehensibility. Laziness, and our desire to communicate with as little effort as possible will make language change, but our need for comprehension will temper how much it changes. Text-language is a perfect example of this – we want […]
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As educators, it is our responsibility to prepare our students with the necessary educational and technical skills needed for tomorrow’s job market.