How These Graduates Out-Earn those from Harvard and Stanford

Harvey Mudd describes its curriculum as “an academic boot camp in the STEM disciplines — math, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, and engineering — as well as classes in writing and critical inquiry that give students a broad scientific foundation and the skills to think and to solve problems across disciplines.” Read the full article …

How Using Real-World Scenarios in Classrooms Helps Students Learn

“At the end of the 2016 school year, my fifth-grade students scored an average of 85 percent on the state science exam, while my school as a whole scored 58 percent. It’s important to remember that every child is different and learns differently. Relating classroom lessons to real life helps students at any level connect …