Congressional speeches on both sides warning the other side will ruin the country appear to be having an effect – on what people think of Congress. The underlying message seems worth noting as students head to college interviews and school boards gavel meetings to order during a tough negotiating year.
In her health class at Central Catholic High School on Friday afternoon, freshman Elisabeth Watkins brought in a burner, utensils, a plate and omelet ingredients: eggs, ham, cheese, olives and more. As she scrambled the eggs to make the tasty dish, she also stirred up excitement among her classmates to watch her on national television.
Stanford Professor Carol Dweck, author of Mindset, explains her foundational theory of fixed and growth mindsets affecting how kids learn at an Education Writers Association seminar Nov. 11, 2015. (Nan Austinemail@example.com)
Elementary teachers describe to Modesto City Schools Board everyday frustrations with class sets of tech devices purchased for young students to share. Tech director says connection problems are still being worked out at several campuses. (Nan Austinfirstname.lastname@example.org)
The class of Deborah Basey at Sonoma Elementary School in Modesto won a garden design contest with their plan to save the Monarchs. Kellogg Garden and the Modesto Nuts teamed up to make it happen. (Nan Austinemail@example.com)