• Your child doesn’t have to be top of the class to be successful in life.
    Former President George W. Bush famously told graduating Yale students: “To the C students, I say, you too can be president.” He would know. 
  • The benefits of growing up in a cultural melting pot
    Research shows that classrooms filled with students from many cultures are a plus for all involved.
  • Calm room, reflection room, focus room, recovery room — schools have all kinds of agreeable names to choose from when it comes to labeling the stark spaces designed to keep kids safe during a meltdown.
  • What you can learn from the grassroots movement to lower the preschool expulsion rate in North Texas
    Technically preschool expulsion isn’t legal in our state public schools, so what happens when a student is released from the program?
  • What local schools are doing to keep kids safe
    “You're dead.” Chilling words crackled through the cold January air when educators at Celina Elementary School found themselves confronted by a man claiming to be a gunman. Haunted by images of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, not everyone at the Celina school realized that Ronald Miller, whose son was a student at the school, was taking it upon himself to conduct his own active shooter security drill.
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