Small 26679

To lie vs. to lay

By Maria Murnane, Posted November 6th 2017

When I was in high school, people used to say “laying out” when referring to catching rays at the pool or the beach. At the time I remember thinking they should have worn sunscreen, but it didn’t occur to me that they also should have said “lying out.” But now I know better!

I still hear this...


Did you ever read the Table of Contents in a book and start hyperventilating because you’ew overwhelmed by the amount of material listed? I did! As I scanned the Table of Contents inTeaching Kids to Thrive: Essential Skills for Success, I was immediately interested…and overwhelmed. Words jumped...


Did you ever read the Table of Contents in a book and start hyperventilating because you’ew overwhelmed by the amount of material listed? I did! As I scanned the Table of Contents inTeaching Kids to Thrive: Essential Skills for Success, I was immediately interested…and overwhelmed. Words jumped...


The Congressional Black Caucus: Purveyors of Black Urban Decline

America’s urban communities need a reformation. So why do they keep electing Democrats whose progressive policies hold them hostage on the plantation of liberal ideology?

Every week a prominent Democrat is in the news labeling their opposition as racist as if it is some sort of sport. Do you...


Spirit Week. For students this is like the most exciting week of the year! Hat day, crazy sweater day, dress like your favorite teacher day. Nothing spices up a hall quite like students wearing neon jumpsuits or outlandish wigs to resemble celebrities. I’m here to let the world know that spirit...


person multitasking with technology

Working for your boss can be hard enough, but workers in stakeholder-driven jobs have the added pressure of working for, essentially, multiple bosses. Professionals in market research, human resources, and learning and development (L&D) – along with other integrated departments – spend their...


Small cihya author highres

KRAUSS: Let's Get Bored!

By Curt Steinhorst, Posted October 21st 2017

A customer tries the new iPhone 8 in an Apple store.Zhang Peng/LightRocket via Getty Images

ByELISHA KRAUSS

October 21, 2017

Millennials are often the brunt of many jokes, but there are many positives about our generation. We tend to want to make a difference, we’re willing to branch out and try new cities and new jobs, and we tend to bewell read....


If Kaepernick wants to help kids, he should help them improve — not rabble-rouse

Getty Images

If Colin Kaepernick truly wants to help people of color, he has a warped way of showing it.

Kaepernick earned his success. He grew up in a functioning home, worked hard and until quite recently lived a life that is only a dream to most Americans: getting paid to play what is...


154. How to Make a Living Speaking in the Education Market With Ryan Giffen

YOU CAN LISTEN BY CLICKING HERE

Would you like to make a living speaking in the education market? Does the idea of helping educators light you up? If you said, “yes” then you will love our guest on today’s episode of The...


“Every day a witch is burned in Washington and you donotwant to be the witch.”

Democrat power lawyer Bob Barnett gave me that sage piece of advice when I was a newly minted U.S. Commissioner General for the World EXPO (formerly known as the World’s Fair). It was advice I took seriously as I...