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EveryLibrary: Promoting Books for All

EveryLibrary is a national 501c4 non-profit with a mission to support libraries and librarians. A focus on raising funds for public libraries and school library...

Hurlbut Academy: Interview with Film Educator Lydia Hurlbut

Hurlbut Academy is an online school and a professional filmmakers platform and community that fast tracks member’s careers, while they master their craft. CEO Lydia...

JumpStart Releases “Activity Studio” Program to Aid Teachers

“Activity Studio” is a new online system by JumpStart that aims to revolutionize education. Activity Studio is free and is presently being used in...

University of the People President Shai Reshef Discusses School’s Mission and...

University of the People (UoPeople) is a non-profit online institution that is nationally accredited in the United States and serves more than 65,000 students from over...

Vooks: A Streaming Platform for Storybooks

Vooks is a company based in Portland, Oregon, that is dedicated to bringing storybooks to life through animation. The brand currently has dozens of books...

Radical Delusionalism; A Unified Approach For The War On Reason

  Pseudoscience, conspiracy theory and other falsehoods increasingly overlap and feed off each other. While patrolling the 'skeptic' or 'rationalist' side of the internet, it is...

Jefferson and Hamilton

Bowers, Claude G. Jefferson and Hamilton: The Struggle for Democracy in America. Berkeley, NJ, United States: Kessinger Publishing Co, 2004. The Author American historian Claude Gernade Bowers,...

Sexist Attitudes Are Damaging to Education Policy

There was a time when teaching was a highly desirable job which my grandparent’s generation would have aspired to on behalf of their children;...

Are Online Courses Even Worth It?

There are a lot of benefits that come with taking an online course over being in class, but the rate of students who drop...