There’s something very special about Western North Carolina’s mountain towns. Some say it’s the majestic rolling mountains and their beckoning call to be explored, while
By Dr. Monika Wiley Initiatives such as National STEAM Day highlight the increasing need for curriculum that prepares students to enter the growing STEM workforce
By Tom Strasburger This past spring, viewers around the nation watched the FBI’s manhunt for former Tennessee teacher Tad Cummins and a then 15-year-old student.
By Lauren Perry Ford Creativity is essential to modern leadership. Several decades ago, our economy was based on knowledge and skillset, but today, our economy
By Patricia Maiden As educators, it’s our responsibility to ensure students reach their full potential—in school and in life. At Robert C. Hatch High School,
By Sherry Coleman Collins Food allergy management is a hot topic in many school districts each year, but myths and misinformation can make food allergy
By Erika LeGendre “The answer is effective interdisciplinary STEM professional development for educators,” says Jennifer Albert, Ph.D., director of the STEM Center of Excellence at
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