The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH) recently announced a report detailing the state of arts education in the the U.S. The report was based on eighteen months of research and school site visits throughout the country and looked at the current condition of arts education.
The study [...]Continue Reading →
A renewed sense of urgency about environmental protection has swept the country and impacted change from the housing sector to film and entertainment. This movement is expanding to the classroom as well.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced a new initiative called the Green Ribbon schools [...]Continue Reading →
Bullying is the all encompassing term that refers to verbal or physical threats intended to harass or intimidate another. In it’s most extreme form, bullying can have severe consequences.
Intimidation and harassment have become a priority for many educators following a spate of high profile cases in which extreme taunting led to suicides. The issue [...]Continue Reading →
With the debates over education ensnared in details over budgets, classroom sizes and teachers, there is one actor in the higher education system whose role demands closer attention. The adjunct professor, responsible for teaching classes on a semester-by-semester basis without job security or health benefits, has become an important part of budget talks.
Last year, [...]Continue Reading →