Young Students Learning Japanese In Hawaii

Despite the decrease of local Japanese speakers,  young students learning Japanese in Hawaii are gaining bilingual skills and appreciating the culture that shaped the islands in earlier years. On a daily basis after school, students came to the Honpa Hongwanji Hilo...

Inspiring Other Special Ed Students with Their Book

Several students who made a difficult journey through high school are inspiring other special ed students with their book before they graduate. Angel Feaster and Jeremiah Mabunay are two of the ten students who shared their struggles in a book “Finding...

Everyone in This College Prep Program Goes To College

While the odds of going to college are not good for many of Newark’s 73,000 children, everyone in this college prep program goes to college. The odd thing about that success is that it occurs among students who otherwise might not have had a chance to continue...

Child Hunger During the Summertime

Child hunger during the summertime is a persistent problem in the U.S., although there are programs to feed kids in schools.  It is estimated that programs that provide summer meals for low income children do not reach 85 percent of those who need them. Associate...

Blended Learning Supports Personalized Learning

Old school and new methods are coming together at an elementary school, where blended learning supports personalized learning. At the Newton-Conover school, the blended learning system was adopted this year.,  Students do not sit in rows listening to a teacher...