Many teachers gain their certification through traditional university and degree programs. Others choose to get their teaching license through an alternative route program, where they do not go through this regular process. An Education World article by Nicole Gorman discusses how a study (conducted by the Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College and the Graduate School of Education at the University of … Continue reading Alternative Route To Certification- Is It Really An Alternative For Teachers?
Recently, the education system in the United States has been under much turmoil. The government, states, and parents alike all worry that our education system simply does not work anymore- that it isn't providing students with what they need. However, children in the USA are actually very lucky. Most have a public school they can … Continue reading Hunger, Malnutrition, and Disrupted Education in War Torn Countries
Hello, this is Rachel. I originally intended to use this blog only to post articles about education, and I was going to create another blog to house my creative writing. However, after giving it some thought, I realized that both professional writing and creative writing, though very different, are both equally important to my career … Continue reading Changing Directions
Can you picture not being able to sign your own signature on a check or an important document? Much to her dismay, this last scenario came true for Kelli Davis’s daughter. In an article written for the Associated Press, Davis recalls how she had to sign a document for her daughter because she did not … Continue reading Cursive: More Than Just Fancy Handwriting