The Impact of Childhood Pregnancy on Education-Middle School Students In June 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States officially overturned Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion. States will now have the option to decide whether … Read More
Teenage Pregnancy – Part I
Extra-Curricular Activities for High Schoolers, How Many?
How Many Extracurricular Activities Should a High School Student Participate In? Apart from the period between birth and two years old, the body undergoes more rapid development during adolescence than any other time in a person’s life. In high school, … Read More
Extra-Curricular Activities for Middle Schoolers, How Many?
How Many Extracurricular Activities Should a Middle Schooler Participate In? As children reach middle school, this phase of their lives brings a new range of physical, emotional, and cognitive milestones. Many parents enroll their children in virtual classes to maximize … Read More
Extra Curricular Activities – Part I – How Many?
Elementary School What is an extracurricular activity? An extracurricular activity encompasses many things outside the actual academic school classroom. This includes things like sports, student government, debate clubs, art and educational clubs and even community service programs. Extracurricular activities are … Read More
Continuing Education for Teachers – Part II
Professional development plays a big role in the life of a teacher working in the United States. The average teacher is required to attend professional development courses prior to the beginning of each school year, frequently throughout the year, and … Read More
Continuing Education for Teachers – Part I
Becoming a teacher in the U.S. is not as easy as many might think. It takes years of study, plenty of practice teaching, and passing a litany of tests before being put in charge of a classroom. Once a teacher … Read More
Getting Ready for Summer – Part III
In this article, we’ll focus on the learning loss that takes place for high school-aged students. We’ll look at how teachers and parents can work together to prepare these students for the next school year and graduation. Learning loss studies … Read More
Getting Ready for Summer – Part II
In this article, we’ll explore the ways that teachers and parents can prepare middle school-aged children for continued learning over the summer as they get ready to move to middle school. Similar to elementary school students, a lot of time … Read More
Getting Ready for Summer – Part I
School is winding down for the year. The one thing that many educators and administrators are thinking is how do we prepare kids for continued learning over the summer. Losing valuable learning during summer months is real so the more … Read More
Educational Models – Part III
Many argue that the educational model in the United States no longer works for the majority of students. Experts in the educational field often refer to it as a factory-like model, claiming that it’s designed to churn out students who … Read More