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How Are We Actually Supposed to Talk to Our Kids About...

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) statistics, it is estimated that one-third of Americans own a gun. Secured or unsecured, legal or...

Building a Positive Racial Identity Could Help Your Kid Perform Better...

There’s a large body of research that explores how academic performance is tied to a student’s racial identity, and the conclusions of experts are...

The Subtle Art of Vetting Your Kids’ Teachers

The art of vetting a teacher has become increasingly more important, as children compete in modern society. In a world where everything is a...

Presence as Power: A Case for Parents’ Involvement in Their Kids’...

Children have their own journeys to make over the course of their education, overcoming challenges, discovering the things that they’re best at, growing into...

See and Being Seen: ‘Explore Mexico’ is a Kids Book ...

I can remember when I was very little, those magical moments when I felt excited, curious, adventurous — all at once. It usually happened...

Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca is on Mission to Help Undocumented Students Pay...

"People like you don't go to college," were the hopeless words a school counselor gave to undocumented student Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca when she found...

Walmart Expands Live Better U to Include Free College Entrance Exam...

Last week, Walmart announced that it would follow the lead of other large retailers by offering to cover the cost of pursuing an associate’s...

Class of 2019 How True Achievement Comes from the Heart

We are beyond inspired by the generosity of Mr. Robert F. Smith’s recent gesture to pay off the debt for all of the 2019...

In Effort to Address Wealth and Privilege in SAT Scores, College...

Dozens of universities around the country have signed onto a new program that will attach an “adversity score” to applicants’ SAT scores in an...

5 Game Changing Tips to Know if Your Goal is to...

Finding your place in academic settings can be daunting, and if you are Latinx trying to earn a doctoral degree, integrating can feel like...

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