Bullying Intervention for Educational Institutions

Whether it is schoolyard bullying, cyber bullying, workplace bullying or hazing, they all have the same psychological and physical effect on individuals such as stress, [&hellip

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

Bullying in Elementary School and Ways to Stop It!

This book teaches children about bullying and ways to stop it. It provides colorful illustrations of the characteristics of the bully, bully-victim, victim and bystander, [&hellip

Career Path to National Executive Director of HiSET

Amy Riker is the National Executive Director of the HiSET program, the new high school equivalency test. The following is a profile of Riker’s career [&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

What should be the superintendent and school board relationship?

As part of the 2016 National Conference on Education in Phoenix, Arizona, Executive Directors Tom Gentzel of the National School Board Association and Dan Domenech [&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

Best Practices for Tutoring Students to Achieve Academic and Lifelong Success

The preparation of all students for educational and career success benefits everyone, offers greater strength for our nation, and prepares students for global competitiveness. Today [&hellip

What should children do during the summer?

Reading is the pathway to a successful education and career. However, America’s children are having a difficult time of developing the necessary literal and critical [&hellip