One Small Thing Want to lighten things up without losing that delicious holiday flavor? Try these healthy(ish) recipes nutritionists love. No matter what your health goals are, we can all agree on one
With disorienting speed over the past two weeks, the US has spun from facing a fake migrant invasion, to a blue-wave election, to an attack on that election by the president. Then it was on to the appointment
Combining education and technology is great—until it's not. Update: This article has been updated to remove identifying information about a teacher and to clarify the reporter’s classroom observations.
Buddha bowls are one of our favorite food trends — they are overflowing with both flavor and potential. Once you get past their kitschy name (they are so full, like Buddha's tummy), you'll find that a
It’s obvious: Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are integral parts of everyone’s life. Since 2009, STEM has accounted for more than 800,000 new jobs in the U.S. — more than double the of
For many kids, what they learn in high school isn’t preparing them for success in college or in their career. A new report delves into how our education system is letting them down. Work hard in school,
I'm sorry, but I ate these all. Every last one. So I had to make a whole new batch (poor me!) just so I could snap a few pics. And I'll eat this entire batch too, because let me just tell you — these unbelievably
An education is supposed to prepare you for the future. Traditionally, that meant learning certain facts and skills, like when Columbus discovered America or how to do multiplication and long division.
Every few weeks bring fresh evidence that many Americans don’t know basic facts about their country, usually followed by urgent calls for more civics education. But the basic problem is educators’ lack
All through middle school and high school, Jessica Sun struggled to understand why she had such a hard time learning. “I would not learn anything in class, that was the norm,” Sun said. “After sitting
Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, a pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence, has two daughters. One is a fashion designer. The other is a photographer. Instead of following their father into computer science, they
So-called education reformers—myself included—constantly propose new plans, programs, and policies to fix whatever supposedly ails public education. These ideas often fall flat because teachers aren’t