Using Education to Give Back

Using Education to Give Back

It is fair to say that education and philanthropy are intimately linked. In fact, many people like to use the power and privilege that their education and success have provided them to give back to the communities they are from. Renowned Miami litigator Kendall Coffey...
No Child Left Behind?

No Child Left Behind?

Ask anyone who No Child Left Behind benefits. The children who would be left behind, of course. The controversial (and finally fading out) policy was always focused on boosting students who did not flourish on their own or with the support of typical education...
Learning To Deal With The California Drought

Learning To Deal With The California Drought

A year ago, students at Enadia Way Elementary School were afraid that their garden, 10,000 square feet of flowers, fruit trees, and vegetables, was going to be a casualty of the drought currently wreaking havoc in Southern California. Since 2009 when the garden began...
Repurpose Schoolbags

Repurpose Schoolbags

On their home page, Repurpose Schoolbags spreads four quotes under the big header of FACTS: “Plastic pollution is estimated to be costing developing and industrialized nations up to $1.27 Billion annually as it threatens fishing, shipping, and tourism.” “Kerosene...
Better Business Leaders and the MBA Degree

Better Business Leaders and the MBA Degree

In an interview with The Washington Post, Bill Boulding, dean of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, asserts that while many good leaders are simply born that way, people can also be taught to be smart, principled business heads. The world needs smart leaders...
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