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Bright Futures and its Fate

by Ursula Perano If your family has a child even remotely near the age of attending college, chances are you’ve heard the term “Bright Futures” being thrown around. Whether by a teacher, a school staff member, or even from your own child, the phrase is ...

How Robots Could Help Chronically Ill Kids Attend School

Veronica Newhart, Ph.D. Candidate in Education, University of California, Irvine Mark Warschauer, Professor of Education and Informatics, University of California, Irvine These homebound students, who may have cancer, heart disease, immune system disorders or ...

Make Your Next Move Your Best Move

FRANTZLEY MOISE AND THE W INITIATIVE by Sarah Sorne | Photography by Dave Barfield Moise uses ...

Navigating Uncertainty: The Future of Work

By Vincent Hunt The Department of Labor reports that 65 percent of the children filing into primary ...

Behind Laura Greene

By Kristen Coyne Hired in 2015 as chief scientist , this eminent physicist brings a dynamic array of...

Child Abuse Prevention: Six Tips for Back to School

by Lauren Book and Tara Zuckerman, Psy.D. The beginning of a new school year can be very exciting wi...

From Humble Shack to Thriving Marine Environmental Education Center

by Jack Rudloe When I started Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in 1965 in a shack in Panacea, Fla., I had n...

The Business of School: The Standardization, Commercialization and Commoditization of American Youth

Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, we are going through one of the largest economic transform...

Reach for the Stars

The Legacy of the Challenger Disaster in Downtown Tallahassee by Sarah Sörne This year in January, ...

Rise of the Second Industrial Revolution

S.T.E.A.M. and the Future of Work by Vincent Hunt If you have been following me over the past five y...