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SPPS: Central High School Teacher 'Negligent' When Assaulted by Student

Is it really any surprise if teachers decide to leave the profession?

Half of Adults Can't Read a Book at an 8th Grade Level

A well-informed public is necessary in a democracy.

7 Effective Study Habits for Every Student

When many people think they’re learning, they’re really not.

Critical Thinking and Good Writing Go Hand in Hand

3 simple steps to foster good writing in students.

Colleges Love Homeschoolers

In an interesting twist of fate, homeschooling "concerns" are actually what set these kids apart and make them desirable to colleges.

What's Holding Back the Popularity of Apprenticeships?

While it’s true that apprenticeships are growing in popularity, there’s still something holding them back from becoming mainstream.

Yet Another Reason to Study History

When confronted with change, most people evaluate it based upon a very limited understanding of what’s considered normal.

The 1919 SAT Exam: Would Today's Students Struggle?

Passing requires these 3 characteristics.

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