19 06, 2017

The Dilution of Gifted Programs

By | 2017-06-18T21:34:39+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Current Events in Education, Featured, Instruction&Curriculum|0 Comments

by Guest Writer: Kelly Ann Guglietti Elementary school gifted programs are being diluted. Our society values those students excelling in math and science to lead our country’s future in biological sciences, environmental sciences, medicine and law to name a few disciplines. But why are school systems being allowed to water down gifted programs due to [...]

19 06, 2017

Schools Must Have A Standard for Student Publications

By | 2017-06-18T21:29:17+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Ask a Teacher, Instruction&Curriculum, Journalism|0 Comments

This time of year is the worst time for a journalism advisor. The campus yearbook, the school’s biggest group project if you really think about it, is finally distributed for the school and community to see after months of intense creative designing, photo editing, late night work sessions, and high-pressure deadlines, all to selflessly chronicle [...]

19 06, 2017

Stormy Weather :Navigating the Turbulent Seas of Adolescence in the Classroom

By | 2017-06-20T10:05:39+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Instruction&Curriculum|0 Comments

by: Caleb White Earlier today I checked the roll to see who’d be absent from my history class in the last period of the day. Nuts. It looked like close to a full complement, and this particular class has some challenging personalities. You know, the stoner, the loner, the clown, the jock. There are a handful [...]