The Lebron James Family Foundation is already making good on promises to 1,100 kids and their families. One man, along with a small army of people who believe in and share his mission to leave no kid behind in Akron. Now they are about to super charge their promise with the I Promise School. The […]

National Walk to School Day is observed annually on the first Wednesday in October. This is a day to get out and get some exercise while enjoying the weather. Walking is one of the best forms of exercise. It isn’t hard on our joints and feet like running and jogging but still gives us all […]

Instead of going to school, school will come to you. That’s the prize-winning idea behind RISE High, a proposed Los Angeles charter high school designed to serve homeless and foster children whose educations are frequently disrupted. Los Angeles educators Kari Croft, 29, and Erin Whalen, 26, who came up with the idea, won $10 million in XQ: The Super […]

On September 15th, the first National Online Learning Day will recognize the advantages and vast potential of online learning and the accomplishments of these students everywhere. Whether you’ve ever taken an online course, attended an online school, used online educational resources at a traditional brick and mortar school, taught an online class, or have a […] Thessalonika Arzu-Embry, a teen prodigy with an IQ of 199, is a sought-after, influential role model for inspiring, mentoring, and empowering others. She graduated high school at age 11, earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology at the age of 14, an MBA at the age of 16, and is set to earn a PhD. […]

GETTY IMAGES: Summer is coming to an end and school is just around the corner.  For some, it has already started. What most parents pack their kids’ bags with in preparation for the school year are things such as pencils, lunchboxes, and notebooks. But the best things can’t be bought, so here are 5 bits […]

  Know the Signs Some worries are to be expected. It’s not easy to walk into a new classroom with a new teacher and start from scratch every single year. Watch for these sneaky symptoms of anxiety as the new school year begins: changes in eating habits sleep disturbance clingy behavior meltdowns or tantrums nail […]

  A teacher’s new homework policy is going viral online after a mother shared the image of the note on Facebook. The note has since been re-shared across social media and on Reddit. The note that was sent to parents said in part, “Homework will only consist of work that your student did not finish […]

  There are so many apps on the market, many of which are great for education. We’ve picked a few of our free favorites to help parents and students have a successful, organized school year. 1. DUOLINGO Learning a new language is no easy feat, especially when you take the summer off and forgot how […]

A new school in New Jersey will be named for the late poet Maya Angelou. The Jersey City school board voted Thursday to name the $54.6 million school building for the celebrated writer and civil rights activist. Angelou died in 2014 at age 86. The Jersey Journal reports ( ) Angelou was chosen over President Barack […]

A 16-year-old Delaware girl is dead, leaving her family and town devastated.She died after a fight in a high school bathroom, but it’s unclear how or why. In a cellphone video, Amy Joyner is seen on her knees before she was allegedly killed by a group of girls in a bathroom brawl. Wilmington police confirm […]

7th Grade Middle School Chronicles: Oh Essynce, If Only You Could See the Future… is the latest book written by teen author, Essynce Moore. Released on March 16, she is already preparing for a book tour to travel to different states and re-introduce children to the fundamentals and importance of reading. Books will be signed […]