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The purpose of education is to draw out the best from our students. It should be about more than just making good grades on bubble tests and making money after graduation. Education should teach students how to learn and to develop a love for life-long learning. Students need to learn to th
I often taught my elementary students: “Listen to your heart - be wise, be mindful, be silly, be smart.” After five years of service as a teacher at KMS, I decided it was time to respond to the callings of my own heart: I packed up my bags, said good-bye to the families, to my fellow
“I hate this stupid job!” I cursed after my elementary students left the classroom. It was the end of another agonizing day at work. The children had brutally taken advantage of
To Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan,My name is Ni Wang Clark, a high school math teacher in Lubbock, Texas. I was born and raised in China and have been in the U.S for four years, studying and working in the education field. During the four years, I have been substituting in differ
American newspapers don’t aggressively support literacy. That is killing them; and it’s killing us.
Wouldn’t you think that newspapers would scream and holler in every possible way to make the public schools do a better job with reading?
Mathematics is integral to the development of society, whether you believe it or not. In fact, it is integral even to your daily life. You may not always be in need of those complicated formulas you’ve learned or is learning at school, but math doesn’t alw
You might be totally fond of math. You might be completely fascinated with the subject. Sadly, this is just not enough. Sometimes, its just not enough that you are motivated to succeed. Sometimes you just need to realize that you cant do it on your own. You need to bu
If you are a homeschooling parent already, or if you are considering homeschooling, one of the things that you must decide is whether your children are getting the best educational experience possible. There are many points to take intoconsideration when you begin to prepare the
In August 2006 I began teaching college success courses for Austin Community College (ACC) in Austin, Texas. Two of my students, who I will call Alicia and Maria, were beginning college. They were taking an eight week college transition course for at-risk students. Both of them sat next to
The national reading statistics, released by the Department for Education, show that more than 80,000 seven-year-olds can read no better than a five-year-old can. Equally as shocking, the statistics show that one in ten 11-year-old boys can read no better than a seven-year-old can. Moreover, acco
There are many different forms of home education. One of the forms that is gaining some popularity is child-led education. Child-led education is a method by which the children are allowed to study and learn what interests them. S
Currently it is legal to homeschool in all fifty states. The requirements to homeschool legally vary from state to state. Some states expect nothing from the homeschooling family. The homeschoolers are not even required to notify the state that their children will not be enterin
Without a doubt, one of the most difficult things to master in any educational level is math. The unrelenting logic behind every process and equation is just very hard to ingrain in your head. Add to that the fact that there are so many variations for a single equatio
In today's digital age, exactly where almost every household has a gaming system as well as almost everyone has a digital gadget close at hand, we very often neglect the one type of amusement which has stood through the test of time: studying books.A good tale can take a readers to a
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