We are going through a challenging time and Dora Miller examines some of the education pitfalls and solutions we and our students are experiencing.
What makes a teacher great? Madeline Miller looks at the seven characteristics of an excellent educator!
Post-College Blues are very common right now, especially during the pandemic. Read how Michaela Klundt, a UCLA graduate, navigated her spiral downward to reveal a kinder, gentler path for herself.
College Student, Aman Majmudar, gives you, or a student that you might know, great tips to use to fulfill your potential and go from an average student to a great one!
Brad Koepenick talks with Diane Luby Lane about the incredible Get Lit program that inspires youth to express themselves through poetry, spoken word and film. This interview is a true joy!
LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner is on mission is to ensure every primary school student in the US understands what compassion is and how to practice it. “I believe that compassion education is really the foundation for greater diversity, equity, and inclusion in the classroom and in life.”
The Compassion Project motivates children to see “compassion” as an action word, teaches kindness & social emotional learning skills to elementary school children.
Kathlene McGovern explores returning to college when you’re in your 30s, 40s or later. It can be both challenging and also present greater rewards than you might imagine.
Good teachers will look beyond the teenage awkwardness of their students to inspire and leave lasting positive impressions.
How many colleges should I apply to? More than you might think. One of LA’s top college counselors on the ins & outs of college applications & financial aid
College Admissions will never be the same, so it’s time to change your strategy. 4 helpful tips on how to move forward with the college application process.
Healthy approaches parents can take to talk their children through what’s going on in the world right now from pre-school director Debbie Ficcara.
Our very own education expert, Anne Cochran, discusses the importance (or un-importance) of extra-curricular activities for HS students in Part 6 of her ingoing college series.
Anne Cochran’s honesty is so refreshing in her article on how a parent’s involvement in the high school life of their teen is crucial for success!
In the world in which we find ourselves, Anne’s Part 4 of her series takes a beautiful unexpected turn as college results come in for her students.
Anne Cochran’s college series focuses on what happens after your child attends a four year college…. don’t worry, it’s going to be ok…
Part 2 of Anne Cochran’s 10 part series on how parents can help their kids find a right fit college.
Meet our newest columnist – Anne Cochran! If you have a teen or know a teen her insights on college are for you.
Our everyday hero, Anne Cochran, LOVES colleges- so much so that she left her high profile job, set up a table and started college counseling…now she runs a high school!