What the Studies Say about Early Childhood Development

Believe it or not, but babies start learning straight out of the womb. Studies show that 85% of brain weight is formed by just age five (The Huffington Post). It’s therefore paramount that children get a solid educational foundation before they even enter pre-school. Early childhood development is also a fascinating field of study, especially…

Waiting for College Acceptance Letters

It’s the holidays season and everyone is relaxing and having a great time. You are too until that godawful thought creeps back into your mind…. college. Where did you get accepted? Did you get accepted? And where will you go? The more you stress it the harder it is to enjoy your break. So here…

How to Celebrate Black History Month in the Classroom

Each year during the month of February we celebrate Black History Month.  This is a special month because it reminds everyone of all of the incredible contributions African-Americans have made to our country throughout history.  It’s very important for students to participate in activities in school that reinforce the importance of the many things African-Americans…