December 9, 2019
Paul Goldenberg
All students can learn how to code, and all students can enjoy programming a computer to do things that genuinely interest them.
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September 27, 2019
When I mention my work with the Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning (CIRCL), people often ask, “So, what exactly is cyberlearning?” It’s a good question with a broad answer.
Sarita Pillai
September 16, 2019
Over the past decade, suicide prevention efforts have increasingly relied on doctors to offer care and attention to people in...
Jerry Reed
September 3, 2019
September is Suicide Prevention Month, a time when we work at the local, state, and national levels to advocate for prevention, support those who may be struggling, and remember those we’ve lost.
Elly Stout
September 3, 2019
We must continue to support economic and educational programs that help young people—no matter where they live—to unlock whatever opportunities may arise.
David Offensend
September 2, 2019
In only a few years, e-cigarettes and vape pens have exploded in popularity—especially among teenagers, who often view them as less harmful than conventional cigarettes. But just how many teenagers are vaping?
Burt Granofsky
September 2, 2019
This past summer, I tried to find ways to keep my kids engaged in learning about the world around them. As the school buses hit the road, I’m still working on this—particularly in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM as it is referred to in education circles.
Tracy McMahon
September 1, 2019
Resilient children have the social and emotional skills they need to face adversity with a sturdy disposition. Here are three simple yet effective ideas to try today.
Karen Cairone