We learn many of life’s most important lessons, academic and otherwise, in kindergarten. Money for schools can support good programs.
Articles by Paul Katula
Michigan’s legislature is now considering a bill that would eliminate the requirement of algebra II for h.s. graduation.
The building of a border wall is controversial, but now that Trump is diverting school funds to build it, we definitely have an opinion.
Loose charter school laws in some places like California have led to deceptive business practices and the fleecing of taxpayers.
Students at a Chicago high school honor those who walked the halls in past decades but lost their lives in service to their country.
Mamma Mia closes Sunday at Gahanna Lincoln High School near Columbus, Ohio. Cast of more than 100 in a fun-filled production.
When young people feel at a disadvantage at the hands of unfair adults, there’s no stopping them. Even on the musical stage.
A new auditorium at Our Lady of Good Counsel helped bring a production of Damn Yankees to life at the Md. Catholic school.
Musicals once again start going full swing as we head into spring. Here’s our first review this season, from Perry Hall, Md.
Depressions & anxiety are among the primary stressors in teens’ lives, according to a survey. They worry about other things, too.