When it comes to social media, it's not worth getting in wars -- especially with Kanye West. Here are some lessons that educational leaders can take from some of Kanye's most famous Twitter backlash.
What distinguishes gifted children from other children? This question has been under debate for some time. However, as educators, understanding how gifted students learn in comparison to their peers is necessary for the success of their learning experience and your ability to connect with them through teaching.
Children in today's classrooms will most likely be digital natives, people who were born in the digital era and have used technology all their lives.
Teaching via combined languages is important, as multiple races and immigrants from different countries live in the United States.
Results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) reveal that 8th grade girls scored better than boys on an assessment focused on technology and engineering.
The National Center for Education Statistics recently released a report titled, "The Condition of Education 2016." The latest data shows that students entering kindergarten from low-income backgrounds are already at a statistical disadvantage.
A recent Stanford University study finds that suspensions in schools, which impact students of color most, can be reduced when educators actively practice empathy.
A former New York City PD director and blended learning specialist weighs in on online learning for teachers.
Michelle Obama, a vocal supporter of arts expansion programs in low-performing schools, was the guest of honor at a White House event announcing the expansion of the Turnaround Arts initiative.
Are iPads and other tablets fading in popularity for classrooms? Findings from a survey of Maine high school students and educators imply that the use of iPads for education purposes is not effective, with 90 percent of teachers and 74 percent of students prefer using laptops over the iPad.