Interviews with Education Innovators
Guest article by Andrew Hastings, Marketing Manager at Kira Talent With 3.3 million high school students graduating this spring and setting their sights on higher education, colleges across the country must vie for their attention. But as potential applicants are bombarded by social advertising every time they pick up their smartphones, how can universities cut […]
Shared with permission, By Patti Verbanas/Rutgers Today Megan Lotts is changing the public’s perceptions of libraries – one colorful brick at a time. Megan Lotts is not a “shushing” librarian. In fact, the Rutgers University librarian rather delights in the noise, conversation and mess at the Lego Playing Station she installed in the center of […]
For college students, few experiences can compare to studying abroad. Campuses can sometimes work as a protective bubble, and those who choose to continue their education overseas enrich their overall college experience. Given the wide array of countries American students travel to, higher education has truly become a global endeavor. May 23, 2016Robyn Shulman
I am so excited to share this TED Talk given by athlete and creative genius, Martellus Bennett. On a personal note, my huband plays basketball with him. This video is as authentic as it gets and is an inspiration for all kids. Please listen and share with your classroom if appropriate. You will love his […]
Earning a college degree is an increasingly important step towards entering the middle class. Yet less than 10 percent of children born in the bottom quartile of household incomes attain a bachelor’s degree by age 25, compared to over 50 percent in the top quartile. Many high school students—especially those from low-income backgrounds—lack access to […]
Why an All-Girls’ School is a Path to Success The advantages of attending an all-girls’ school are long lasting. From a deeper involvement in leadership roles and a stronger sense of self-worth, to paths that lead them onto doctoral degrees and careers in the science and technology industries. It’s been a long-held belief that an […]
New series of subject-targeted iBooks includes curriculum-based videos, lesson plans, and more In an effort to provide educators with additional content that engages students with classroom curriculum, PBS announced today a new series of interactive iBooks for teachers. The iBooks, geared toward K-8 educators, cover topics in math, English language arts, social studies, and […]
U.S. Apple Association Seeks Nominations for Annual, “Apples for Education: Buy an Apple, Help a Student” Program to Fund School Projects Know a student program in need of extra funds this fall? Maybe a school needs money for a nutrition program or musical instruments, art classes or school garden supplies? Starting today, the […]
About Robyn D. Shulman, M.Ed.
Thank you for visiting. I hope you find valuable information on our site and please reach out anytime. I am a certified K-9 teacher, an education journalist and I launched the first graduate advising program for National Louis University. I supported over 2,500 graduate students. To learn more about me, please visit my LinkedIn profile by clicking the image above.
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