All I hear is how the foster care system isn’t a safe place and that foster parents only take on kids for the money. But that’s not always the case.
Now that more schools are wired, and a generation of teachers is going online to download tools that help them teach, old models are being upended.
Report back from my trip to the state capitol with the Alliance for Boys and Men of Color: “I always aspired to go to a four-year University but my counselors weren’t supportive… I looked around the ballroom and saw that everyone had the same drive to want to make a difference.”
I was sitting in my boyfriend’s room in my pajamas, picking out classes when I opened the email informing me…
While I know most parents work hard for their families, I quickly saw firsthand that being a working mother is no easy task.
Jean-Claude Brizard, Senior Advisor for the College Board, is charged with expanding the organization’s college-ready focus to include career readiness.
Automakers have set up shop in Silicon Valley and are looking to the digital world as a way to lure younger drivers. Car companies are looking outside their industry to learn how make cars an extension of all the services Millennials already love.
A new law enforcement communication service became available to schools this week to ensure safety on school campuses.
Two recent Stanford graduates are trying to get more girls interesting in technology — by embedding it in dollhouses. The founders of Roominate, Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen, took the concept of building toys for girls to a whole new level by adding wires and generators.