2018 National Conference on Education

This year’s National Conference on Education was held in Nashville, Tenn. on February 15 – 17. The theme for the conference was “Education in the [&hellip

Is it time for a charter school in Mound Bayou?

As recently reported in the Mississippi Today, John F. Kennedy Memorial High School in Mound Bayou will close in the school year 2018-19 due to [&hellip

AASA’s Conference Bookstore

Along with other educational books, Ronald Holmes’ latest book on “Eradicating Cyber Bullying Through Online Training, Reporting & Tracking System” will be on display at [&hellip

A Testimony for Reaching Your Fullest Potential in the Higher Education Profession

At the 24th Annual Conference of the Institute on Teaching and Mentoring in Atlanta, Ga., the largest gathering of minority Ph.D. scholars in the nation, [&hellip

New Book to Address Cyber Bullying

A famous children’s rhyme was, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words shall never harm me.” In today’s world, words are just as [&hellip

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

Career Path to Executive Director of College Promise Campaign

Dr. Martha J. Kanter is executive director of the College Promise Campaign. Kanter earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Brandeis University, a Master [&hellip

Is the glass half full or half empty?

Most people want to know if the glass is half full or half empty. According to Martha Ellis, moderator for a session at the 97th [&hellip

Who can change a child’s destiny?

Being raised in the U.S. is not always a happy beginning or ending for many children. Some children are faced with life’s challenges such as [&hellip

The 99th Annual Meeting of American Council on Education

Recently, the American Council on Education (ACE) held its 99th Annual Meeting. The meeting plenaries and sessions were attended by higher education leaders throughout the [&hellip