Currently, 14% of the nation’s school-going population receives special education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). IDEA provides free and appropriate services to prepare students for matriculation into a postsecondary institution, employment, or independent living.
The definition of “village” has surely changed. But good schools still operate under the same ideals, acting as active members of their communities that provide students and their families with the local and federal programs they may have never known about.
Schools all over the country have closed their doors as a precautionary measure against coronavirus. Institutions once brimming with laughter and mindless chatter now stand empty, silent.
Coronavirus has been the catalyst for many changes within the United States. Can schools use these trying times to modernize the education system and prepare for other crises?
The Myers-Briggs Company has announced the release of an open-access offering for their VitaNavis® platform, a rapid, mobile tool for student self-discovery and exploration.
The influence of parental involvement cannot be argued. There is significant research that supports the notion that parental involvement helps students succeed.
Generation Z has many distinguishable qualities. One of the most unifying qualities of Generation Zers is their ability to deftly use any form of technology placed in front of them. Described as “digital natives”, this generation grew up with technology
Whole Child Education, birthed in reaction to No Child Left Behind, assesses students’ learning environment from every angle. This form of education can help every type of student but can be especially helpful for students with trauma.
The United States’ racial demographic certainly doesn’t look the way it did at its inception. Our spritely, young nation has seen monumental waves of immigration as people all over the world make the trek in search of the American Dream.