In episode 2 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media, we sat down with two nonprofit leaders working to preserve and grow the richness of culture and diversity within the state of Alaska, including Jason Hodges, Executive Director of the Anchorage Concert Association, the largest peforming arts presenter in Alaska, and Liz Medicine Crow, President & CEO of the unique First Alaskans Institute
As part of the “50 State Genocide Education Project” lawmakers from 20 states of the 42 in the U.S. that do not already require education on genocide awareness and prevention have pledged to introduce legislation for public schools to require education on the Holocaust and genocide.
Want to help victims of hurricane Harvey? The most effective way is by making a monetary donation. The following is only a partial list of organizations based in Texas that you can donate to, to help relief efforts.
Read our exclusive interview with Catherine Meek, Executive Director of School on Wheels, on the organization’s mission to simultaneously help at-risk children and end cycles of poverty through education.
Carol Jenkins, CEO of World Learning Inc., discusses how the organization educates college students, including those with special needs, so they may contribute to societies across the world. This interview was produced in collaboration with WHUT (Howard University Television).
Across the U.S. leaders in education are looking for new ways to solve the issue surrounding the excellence gap, where underserved children and minorities are falling behind because they are excluded or disadvantaged in situations where they could be placed in gifted education courses and programs.
Loss is very common in childhood – 9 out of 10 children experience the death of a close family member or friend and 1 in 20 children experience the death of a parent. In contrast, teacher preparation to support grieving students is uncommon.
Admissions to top-tier universities dropped even more this year, according to newly released data from universities that just sent their acceptance letters to the next wave of incoming students for the graduating class of 2023.
Fewer than 41 percent of students who attend college in the U.S. obtain their degree within four years, so to calculate just how much a student is expected to pay in tuition for college is impossible. But often times, some students are in a better position than others upon graduation, purely because they can expect a salary that will help them pay off their debt quicker.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched an all-out effort to reopen schools this fall, arguing that some are keeping schools closed not because of the coronavirus pandemic, but for political reasons against the will of families.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A complete picture has yet to emerge of how much learning was lost by students during the pandemic. That’s all right with educators like Superintendent Craig Broeren, whose top concern is figuring out where each student stands now.
Palo Alto University, one of the world’s premier psychology institutions is dedicated to improving lives through education and research anchored in psychology, clinical training and practice in a diversity of cultures, and service to communities around the world.