After Parkland, there have been many calls to make schools a "harder target" — for example, by arming teachers. But there's a decent amount of research out there on what actually makes schools safer, most
Everyone should read this. America was rocked by yet another mass shooting last week when a gunman entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school in Parkland, Florida and killed 17 people. Today, Emma Gonzalez,
While levitation photography is nothing new, Taiwanese-French-American photographer Mickael Jou's self-portraits of himself leaping through the air are exceptionally elegant feats of movement and grace.
Whether you are veteran or new mom, any parent can recognize that baby products are awesome. Not only are they are gentle and protective for your child, but they can also provide inexpensive alternatives
I'm sad that you are willing to risk your own children's health and safety at the suggestions of a long since discredited group. I am livid that you would be willing to risk the health and safety of mine.
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The rigorous new Common Core standards represent both a daunting challenge and a promising pathway that could help close the achievement gap for the growing number of American students who enter school
You know you should take regular breaks during the workday, but did you know they should be exactly 17 minutes long? It turns out going hard for eight hours straight every day isn’t the best way to get
If you want to be an innovator or an entrepreneur, should you go to business school? At first glance, maybe not: Peter Thiel once said, "Never ever hire an M.B.A.; they will ruin your company." Meanwhile,
Four years ago, Angela Stimpson agreed to donate a kidney to a complete stranger. "The only thing I knew about my recipient was that she was a female and she lived in Bakersfield, Calif.," Stimpson says.
Over the past 150 years, teaching and medicine have grown less and less alike. For her exceptional book on the history of teaching, Dana Goldstein chose the title The Teacher Wars: The History of America’s
All week long, our very own Jennifer Steinhauer from Weeknights with Jenny will be sharing recipes from her new book Treat Yourself: 70 Classic Snacks You Loved as a Kid (and Still Love Today). Follow