A new study digs deep through the achievements and experiences of students in Massachusetts whose first language is not English.
Seventy-five years ago, during World War II, Dr. Frances Carter worked in a Birmingham, Alabama, defense plant, helping to build B-29 bombers—some of the largest aircraft in service during the war. She is “Rosie the Riveter,” and today, we’re catching up with her.
If you’ve ever watched the DIY Network on television, Kayleen McCabe’s is a face you may recognize. When she is not in front of the camera, Kayleen is traveling the country telling students the story of how her long-time construction hobby turned into a successful career.
“There’s nothing traditional about my career path,” says Melissa Moreno. Here’s how her love of breaking the mold helped build a one-of-a-kind digital badging program at an award-winning community college in California.
We’ve previously shared the learning journeys of non-traditional Connections Academy students Kate Croteau, Chris Stowell, and Jordan Windle. Today, we celebrate the 15th anniversary of Colorado Connections Academy, through the experience of school principal Chaille Hymes.
As a college freshman, Darolyn was an unsatisfied graphic design major. She changed her course, received a scholarship, and today she’s working towards a career in psychology she’s passionate about.
Previously, we’ve talked with Bernard Bull about his work as a pioneer in the field of online education. Today, he shares his expertise on learning in a digital world from another angle: that of a parent.
A rec center track coach. A junior high school teacher. A high school basketball coach. These were Natalie Robinson’s early mentors. Those relationships set Natalie on a path to be a volunteer and mentor for the rest of her life.