In Indiana, Raising The Bar Raises Questions About Special Education

A generation ago, a high school diploma could open doors, especially to well-paying manufacturing jobs. But today, with technology radically reshaping the U.S. economy, many of those doors have closed. The high school diploma is as important as ever — but as a stepping stone to a higher degree, no longer as a destination. That’s
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Why It’s Never Too Late To Rescue Failing Students

Four guys walk into a diner. One, in a plaid shirt, sells golf equipment online. His name is Chris Regan. Two — Eric Schiffhauer and Jordan Wagner — are midway through their Ph.D.’s at Johns Hopkins University. And the other, Jebree Christian, is a recent high school graduate from West Baltimore. His arms are covered
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Introducing the International STEM Co-operation Project

With kind thanks to “Belt and Road Initiative” sponsorship, we are looking for Kindergartens / Nurseries / Pre-schools around the world to partner with. Due to time zone restrictions we are currently focused on partners located in the UK or Australia. Through Video cooperation activities, Competitions, language exchange and STEM focused lessons we are looking
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