Recognizing 1st Amendment Rights of Students on Day of Protest

OAKLAND, CA — Less than one week after the Presidential Election, students at middle and high schools across Oakland organized a city-wide march to express their feelings [&hellip

Sandy Hook Promise Hits 1 Million Mark

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In less than 20 months, Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) announces that it has trained over one million youths and adults in its [&hellip

The Jacob’s Dream Book Series

At an early age, children constantly ask their parents the “Why” question. When young children get an answer to one question, they quickly ask another [&hellip

How can kindergarten students learn to count?

The Holmes Education Post (THEP) released its 12th book to serve as a resource to schools nationwide. Keeping with the title Jacob’s Dream from THEP’s [&hellip

Parents’ and Families’ Involvement in Children’s Education

During the past several decades, the benefits of parents’ and families’ involvement in children’s education have been well documented. Typically the parents and families are [&hellip

The Product of a Doctoral Dissertation

Just as the general public relies on the medical research of doctors to address the illnesses in society such as cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer, the [&hellip

How can elementary students learn the Alphabets and Continents?

The Holmes Education Post (THEP) released its 11th book to serve as a resource to schools nationwide. Keeping with the title Jacob’s Dream from THEP’s [&hellip

How should school officials address issues in schools?

While many schools are confronted with a plethora of issues on a day-to-day basis such as inappropriate use of cell phones, lack of parental involvement [&hellip

Do cellular telephones enhance or impede the learning process at school?

Security at U.S. airports has tightened significantly in an effort to ensure safety of passengers on planes since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Passengers [&hellip

Is bullying a part of growing up?

“Sticks and stone may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” In today’s world, words and pictures may actually harm students physically and [&hellip