It’s mid-June and while students are out on summer break, teachers never stop learning. Victorious arms shoot up in the air as towers of playing cards sway precariously on tables. …Read more.
Sara King was six years old when she first started working in the fields. Born to migrant workers in Mexico that resettled in west Texas every summer – the pattern …Read more.
It’s mid-afternoon at Walbridge Elementary School and the hallways are buzzing. Literally. Electronic buzzer sounds spill out of classrooms as students work on circuitry projects. Jaime Gilligan, with Washington University’s …Read more.
“This is stressful,” Emilia Talarski says in between bites of pizza. She’s worried her balsa wood glider will break. Although, it already has a crack. It happened when she fell …Read more.
I see red! I see green! I see purple! Sporting virtual reality headsets, a group of seventh-graders from Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls, are sharing the different colors they see …Read more.
(March 11, 2018 by Kristen Taketa, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, photos by Robert Cohen) For the past two years, St. Louis Public Schools leaders have been looking for answers to this …Read more.