Category Archives: Education

Early Education On Human Rights

When brainstorming ideas for our year long school project we discussed our mutual interest in international culture, our shared passion for Human Rights, and our hopes for global improvement. While searching for ideas, we went to a screening of the

Early Education On Human Rights

When brainstorming ideas for our year long school project we discussed our mutual interest in international culture, our shared passion for Human Rights, and our hopes for global improvement. While searching for ideas, we went to a screening of the

Are we THE Selfish Generation? (no.)

Last week, Joel Stein slammed the youth of America with his cover story, “The Me Me Me Generation,” for Time magazine. In his first paragraph Stein prefaces the article by acknowledging, “I am about to do what old people have

Are we THE Selfish Generation? (no.)

Last week, Joel Stein slammed the youth of America with his cover story, “The Me Me Me Generation,” for Time magazine. In his first paragraph Stein prefaces the article by acknowledging, “I am about to do what old people have

A Woman’s Right To Education: Malala Yousafzai

Since the start of this blog I have wanted to write an article on one of my heros, Malala Yousafzai, and on woman’s education in general in middle eastern countries like Pakistan. As a female student, I cannot imagine myself

A Woman’s Right To Education: Malala Yousafzai

Since the start of this blog I have wanted to write an article on one of my heros, Malala Yousafzai, and on woman’s education in general in middle eastern countries like Pakistan. As a female student, I cannot imagine myself

Education From Chicago to The United Arab Emirates with Eileen Boyle

Eileen Boyle began her career in business and after twenty years decided to pursue teaching. Through an alternative certification program got her degree in mathematics and since has done work all over. Eileen started off her teaching career “easy” as

Education From Chicago to The United Arab Emirates with Eileen Boyle

Eileen Boyle began her career in business and after twenty years decided to pursue teaching. Through an alternative certification program got her degree in mathematics and since has done work all over. Eileen started off her teaching career “easy” as

Innovation Ready?

As Millennials, we are stuck between two ideologies that are leaving us quiet and nervous for our futures. Our parents, who grew up in an America where working hard in school led to success, are telling us to follow in

Innovation Ready?

As Millennials, we are stuck between two ideologies that are leaving us quiet and nervous for our futures. Our parents, who grew up in an America where working hard in school led to success, are telling us to follow in