Schools Support Community Food Pantries

Communities support schools, and there’s a learning opportunity for mutual benefit when schools support community food pantries by providing space for them. It is a successful strategy for built in community service. “There are people living above the...

Teasing May Lead to Less Activity for Children

A study at Brigham Young University has found that teasing may lead to less activity for children.  Not only do children who are teased become less active, they also report  having a worse quality of life than their non-teased peers. “Teasing not only influences...

Flipped Instruction a Success in Upstate New York

The ability of students to learn by completing assignments at their own pace has made flipped instruction a success in upstate New York schools.  Two Fulton Junior High School math teachers presented on their new system to teach seventh and eighth graders math at a...