When thinking about athletics in high school, one tents to keep it very simple, focusing on its physical influence. But we now know that the benefits of athleticism go far beyond the court, the pool and the playing field -- high school sports can improve lives.
Homeschooling is growing by leaps and bounds, with the number of students being educated at home increasing with each passing year. Eventually, at this rate, homeschooling will stop being unusual and will reside solidly in the mainstream.
It's long been known that stress can have a lasting effect in the life of a young person, but a new study suggests it can physically change the brain -- a clear reminder to emphasize stress relief in every student.
The basic functioning of schooling hasn't changed much over the years, but there are a lot of very interesting proposals for reforming the methods used to educate our youngsters. Here we take a look at some of those ideas.
The standard image of a job interview consists of the applicant sitting in a seat and passively answering questions. But when applying for a job, not only can you ask your own questions, but it might actually help you a great deal to do so!