Guys…in literature…the following is what can be described as a cautionary tale. IOW, Don’t be like these college students….PLEASE! Real Talk guys…knowing basic history and the current leadership of your country is just a little more important than knowing just about anything about Snooki and her crew…knawmean? A mind…not to mention TUITION…is a terrible thing […]
Julie Delmedico states… “I think the best kind of education is one that teaches you to speak and think for yourself,” she says. “That’s much more valuable than passing your exams.” Let us know if you agree with her.
Startling statistic: “Today, nearly 2 in 4 adults worldwide haven’t achieved the equivalent of a High School education. Innovation to expect in Education over the next 5 years as projected by IBM CTO Dr. Katharine Frase to help change this paradigm – “In five years, the classroom will learn about each individual student and provide […]
We thought this was an interesting POV from High School student Michaela Klembara regarding her perception of what her roadmap through high school looked like. When I was a freshman someone told me: Freshman year everyone is fake. You are just trying to fit in and be everyone’s friend. You have this need to please […]
Wow. This has been a LOOOONNNG time coming, but we’re FINALLY getting close to launching SKoolAide 1.0. To that end. we’re starting to turn up the heat a little. Today we had our first interview published by this really cool team of journalists with DetailedBlock whose focus is on tech start ups and the benefit […]
Image credit: davinciinstitute.com The question is…are we (as students, parents and educators) getting ready for it? The following article from Futurist David Houle (author of “Shift Ed: A Call to Action for Transforming K-12 Education”) provides insights as to what changes in education we can expect and what we should be doing to prepare. In […]
By Sharon Noguchi email@example.com Updated: 10/14/2011 09:45:52 AM PDT It’s hailed by some as a way to cut California’s 18 percent dropout rate, and condemned by others as the beginning of a two-tier education system that will limit poor students’ futures and decimate art, music and foreign-language studies. A new law that enacts a seemingly small change, […]