• nonprofit

    Guest article written by John Perkins For years, many organizations have been pushing for the adoption of life-saving, CPR instruction in school curriculum. In 2003, the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation published information that year on the importance of those kinds of classes, and ever since then the American Heart Association has been right behind ...
  • school clothes

    Written by Peter Berg Young people are in the midst of an unprecedented health crisis. For the first time young people have ailments that used to be limited to adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control (2013), childhood obesity has doubled in young children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years. Type ...
  • leaders

    Written by Robyn Shulman Landing a good job today is quite different than it was even 5 years ago. The competition is fierce, more students are attending college, and technology has played a tremendous role in the employment world. Many students in college will find they have better chances of landing a job in their ...
  • 5098

    Guest article written by Dustin Chambers, Education Magazine Teachers make extra money, Today! Summer is the perfect time to begin a side job, project, or consulting work. At Education Magazine, we are constantly examining new trends in technology, education, and business. Recently, we’ve noticed some great emerging opportunities for those who want to start a ...
  • research

    Guest article written by: Sandra Miller Before we start our discussion off about How to Write an Effective Research Paper, let us go over the basics. What is a research paper? A research paper is basically a type of academic writing that should have theoretical and significant data that has gone through proper in-depth research. ...
  • funny kids

    Guest article written by: Michele Timmons Engaging break the mold kids Engage their hearts to engage their minds Forgive Wiggle room Lighten up Don’t give up Learn how they learn How many times throughout your career have you looked at a student and thought (or maybe even said), “when you were made they broke the ...
  • connecting

    Written by: Robyn Shulman Building compassion in the classroom may not be an easy task for all teachers. Professional development for teachers usually focuses on pedagogy, strategies and methodologies. However, building compassion in the classroom is exceedingly important for students, and should be part of teacher training and ongoing professional development. Without compassion, many students ...
  • schools

    Article written by: Mac-Z Zurawski As the big “40” approaches I continuously get waves of emotions over my past life choices.  A million things I should have done… thoughts and questions throughout the past year.  When I ponder upon my education I really have many more questions. When I entered my M.A. program I wondered, ...