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Exploring Every Side of a Legacy at Mount Vernon

Tamika Bradford’s students knew the very basics of George Washington’s legacy, but hardly the full extent. That’s partly why Bradford took her class from Bronzeville Classical School in Chicago to Mount Vernon in Virginia, seated right on the Potomac River. At this...

Perform Loud and Proud in New Orleans

A city alive with music and energy, New Orleans is perfect for student groups looking for performance opportunities. While in the Big Easy, it’s easy to catch a show, and you’ll likely hear street performers and brass bands out and about while traversing the city....

5 Strategies to Spark Student Engagement in the Classroom

Student engagement is something that all educators hope to foster, but discerning the best way of doing this can be difficult. Research has shown that student engagement is crucial to overall learning and long-term success. Students who are engaged are more likely...

Adapt & Innovate

During the summer, I took a three-week European trip. Two friends traveled with me for most of the trip, and along the way, we had to modify and innovate when we faced challenges. These obstacles pushed us out of our comfort zone but made us more resilient and...