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.
Steve Elliott is an expert in social and family dynamics. “I’m in this because my work helps the whole child,” Steve says. “These behaviors will help them well past school, to the workplace, and beyond.”
Educators at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine are using Microsoft’s Hololens to “transform learning” with what Microsoft describes as “the first self-contained, holographic computer, enabling you to engage with your digital content and interact with holograms in the world around you.” This technology has the ability to transform learning—and teaching.