Career Path to Executive Director of Shape Up US

Jyl Steinback is executive director of Shape Up US and creator of the Hip Hop Healthy Heart Program for Children.TM  The program is an innovative [&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 are America’s students let off the hook?

When Arizona Cardinals lost a 20 point lead in the fourth quarter to the Chicago Bears, Coach Dennis Green angrily erupted towards the media saying, [&hellip


The 2015 Young Globals Student Competition and Internship

GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global Awards℠ second annual Young Globals competition and internship program is open for entries. The Young Globals is the only college/portfolio [&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


Proper Nutrition is the Foundation of Immunity, Not Vaccines

GLOBE NEWSWIRE — A nutrition activist group that led the fight against mandatory vaccines in California is stressing the need to build immunity at an [&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


What is The Holmes Education Post’s next book?

Being a resource to schools nationwide is an essential mission of The Holmes Education Post. This includes information on academic scholarships, online programs such as [&hellip


What North Dakota Students Don’t Know Can Hurt Them

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — North Dakota’s education leaders have an important opportunity to save their students from a future of college remediation and an irreversible skills [&hellip