The “best” students, or those most likely to succeed in college, a career, and life, usually don’t get straight As in school.
Marching bands come together at 2 central IL high schools, and the result is phenomenal: learning, collaboration. And MUSIC.
A dance concert celebrates the art form while bringing together students from schools that sometimes compete.
A man who served as “the must-see” physician for US gymnasts was sentenced to 40-175 years in prison for having abused them.
A 10-year-old hockey player died from flu complications last weekend in N.Y. It’s shaping up to be a terrible flu season.
Games, like life, don’t have to be a zero-sum game, as scientists at Ga. State found by looking at primate behavior in monkeys.
Unless monetary reward is involved, competition may adversely affect performance of employees. Is the same true for students?
Based on its own criteria, well established as they may be, a news magazine once again ranked high schools in America.
Being a student at a highly competitive high school has its good points, but many students bail out at the first sign of stress.
Stress under highly competitive situations, such as a Grand Slam tennis match, shows that men choke under pressure quite consistently while women choke only sometimes.