Blog Posts in June, 2017

  • Challenges Facing Rural Schools

    Not all school boards are the same -- different boards face different challenges. This is particularly true when looking at rural schools. Around half of America’s school boards are in rural areas, ...
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  • Five Abandoned Teaching Methods

    There is always discussion and debate about new educational methods. For instance, nowadays there is a gradual move toward student-centered education. Of course there is also intense analysis about ...
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  • A Look At Elon Musk's "Secret" Private School

    Elon Musk is, without doubt, an extraordinary person. Born in South Africa, Musk made his fortune with PayPal, eventually selling out to form a veritable galaxy of companies and technologies. These ...
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  • Toward a Better Understanding of ADD/ADHD

    In the United States, an estimated 11% of children have been diagnosed with ADHD -- that’s almost 6.5 million kids. The rate of diagnosis has increased steadily over the years and shows no sign of ...
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