Home / Lifestyle (page 10)


Students Thrive When They See Purpose in Their Learning

Matthew Cook, left, Darshan Patel, and Abby Simmons, all 8th graders in Armorel, Ark., display their different model attempts with a 3D printer to create a prosthetic leg for a one-legged duck. —Photos courtesy of Armorel High School EAST Meaningful work drives engagement Three Arkansas middle school students committed to ...

Read More »

Child Health – Education Week

Report Roundup “Child Mortality in the U.S. and 19 OECD Comparator Nations: A 50-Year Time-Trend Analysis” Infants and children younger than 19 are at greater risk of dying in the United States than in other industrialized nations, concludes a study of data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. ...

Read More »

#MeTooK12 Launches to Spotlight Sexual Harassment in Schools

News in Brief A small organization has launched a #MeTooK12 campaign with the hope of harnessing the massive media coverage of sexual harassment and assault in the workplace to spark a conversation about the problem of sexual violence in public schools. Stop Sexual Assault in Schools said in announcing the ...

Read More »

The looming pension crisis will hurt many African-Americans

Democrat Doug Jones won a narrow victory over Roy Moore in Alabama’s special Senate election, with write-in candidates pulling votes away from the Republican candidate and on the strength of voter turnout, especially by African-American voters. African-Americans made up a higher percentage of voters in Alabama than ...

Read More »