Across the pond, in Scotland, women who have had miscarriages are calling for educators to include miscarriages as part of their sex education classes, according to the Herald. The outcry comes following an episode of the British comedy-drama “Fleabag,” where the protagonist miscarries in a public toilet at a fancy restaurant and thenRead More →

Universities are investing heavily to transform lecture-style classrooms into active-learning environments in order to boost student engagement and improve retention and recruitment rates. Research from institutions such as Indiana University and Yale University finds that active-learning classroom environments can be beneficial for student outcomes, giving universities more reasons to consider active-learning strategies in their classroom design. With the numbers to proveRead More →

Universities are investing heavily to transform lecture-style classrooms into active-learning environments in order to boost student engagement and improve retention and recruitment rates. Research from institutions such as Indiana University and Yale University finds that active-learning classroom environments can be beneficial for student outcomes, giving universities more reasons to consider active-learning strategies in their classroom design. With the numbers to proveRead More →

An average of 66 percent of graduates from the class of 2017 took out loans to pay for college, according to U.S. News data.(GETTY IMAGES) WHEN IT COMES TO PAYING for college, families have many financial aid options. But they should keep in mind that the type of aid received will determine whetherRead More →