Happiness is, at least, as important as test scores and other accomplishments for schools and students. Here’s the proof.
In a time when fake news is getting some serious press, I can’t help but wonder how organized religion came to our history.
A focus on attendance and investment by the community in the school’s goals has helped one Miss. elementary turn around.
If you don’t think fine arts programming is vital, ask a high school student. An IL student newspaper asked several, and here’s what they heard.
Career and technical education programs in high school are great: they serve a focused need for vocational training. Don’t stop there.
“What should the proper role of teachers and schools be in students’ lives?” online publications ask actual kids.
Why do so many teachers (and parents) think kids need to be “happy” all the time? Don’t cry, but there are bigger fish to fry.
Great composers were most creative during periods in their lives when they felt the greatest sadness, new economics research suggests.
The results from the PARCC tests are going to be bad, and opinion writers, ill-informed as they may be, are trying to warn us.
Scientists in London have discovered that happiness depends as much on our expectations as on how things are going.