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Who Was History Bee: Penguin Publishing’s Francesco Sedita Discusses Educational Event

Who Was History Bee is an initiative that aims to give kids a deeper, and global, knowledge of history and people who have positively...

OjO Games: Making Learning Fun

OjO Games is the company behind a number of fun and educational games that retail for an affordable $19.99. Having launched 11 board games, the brand aims...

JumpStart Academy: Interview with Brand Manager Shannon Gale

JumpStart Academy is an online learning resource that is concerned by how students and educational leaders are being affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19). In response, the...

Black History Month: Everyday Hero – Lisa Norwood

For Black History Month, I created a series showcasing our everyday heroes, who work tirelessly day in and day out to give back to...

National School Choice Week

What is National School Choice Week? National School Choice Week (NSCW) was founded in 2011 to promote all forms of K-12 education choices. It's held...

“Flint: The Poisoning of an American City” Review

Did you know, even though the water crisis came to the nation’s attention in 2014, Flint residents have yet to see justice? It’s 2020....

INTEGRATED CURRICULUM FINANCIAL PLANNING (‘ICFP’): WHAT IS IT?

As austerity continues to affect the education sector in the UK and the incidence of deficits and financial failure becomes more common, the focus...

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;...