Solving systems of linear equations (2 equations in 2 unknowns) comes up in many algebra 1 classes across the nation.
A total solar eclipse brings other occurrences, including one observed by citizen scientists in US elementary schools last year.
Power losses and other damage on Florida’s Gulf Coast from Hurricane Michael. Schools are closed through at least Thursday.
Stocks plunged today, led by drops in technology shares and most likely secondary to rising government bond yields. Ramifications.
Does tech improve learning? Or is it just the first step of many? Students and teachers may see the question differently.
Gamification achieves a new level in millions of classroom around the world with Kahoot. That makes it a target.
A Texas student who was expelled for not standing during the pledge is suing the school for violating her free speech rights.
A look at the time when the first teachings of Christianity started to be proclaimed tells me the Kavanaugh process was wrong.
Sleep deprivation is detrimental to everything from bakers adding too much salt to cookies to surgeons botching surgeries.
I reflect here on Brett Kavanaugh’s and Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday.