Monthly Archives: April 2016

I have been teaching for 30 years – middle school, undergraduates, graduate students. I’ve given out my share of failing grades during that time, probably more than most people because in mathematics, statistics and programming courses, there is not much room for giving the student the benefit of the doubt. […]

What I Want to Say to Students Who Fail

Happy Freebie Friday!   This week in our new blog series, “Parenting Like I Know What I’m Doing”, our CEO Maria Burns Ortiz discussed how a parent can find sanity when their children are on Spring Break. Trying to find new activities or ways to entertain and educate your kids at […]

Freebie Friday: The Best Resource You Can Have During Spring ...