While students are enjoying the last couple of days of summer, educational officials are preparing for their return. To help educational institutions get off to [&hellip
When we think of champions, we often think of individuals and teams in sports such as baseball, football and basketball. Rarely do we think of [&hellip
When do employees cyberloaf? An interactionist perspective examining personality, justice, and empowerment.
Kim, K., Triana, M., Chung, K., Oh, N. Cyberloafing—using the internet for non-work-related activities—is aprevalent counterproductive work behavior (CWBs) in the workplace, but researchers have [&hellip
How does Miss Black Florida USA 2014 raise awareness of heart disease and promote literacy in children?
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women and men in the U.S. with about 600,000 people each year dying of it, according [&hellip
There are a number of superintendent job openings vacancies throughout the country and prospective candidates are routinely submitting their credentials to fill them. For this [&hellip
Educators who become effective teachers are those who master the art of managing the classroom. For this feature, the critical question to be asked is: [&hellip
The 2014 National Teacher of the Year (NTOY) is Sean McComb. McComb teaches at Patapsco High School and the Center for the Arts in Baltimore [&hellip
Parents have the choice to send their children to traditional public schools in their communities as a result of the Brown v. Board of Education [&hellip
By Jay Bacrania What changed? In early June, the ACT announced that it will be making minor changes to its popular college admissions exam starting [&hellip
Jay Bacrania is the CEO of Signet Education, which has locations in Cambridge and New York City. Signet Education provides academic mentorship through subject tutoring, [&hellip