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Book Review: ‘The Haunting of Sunshine Girl’ – A Novel Based on the YouTube Web Series Phenomenon by Paige McKenzie


As Sunshine reaches the age of 16 things seem just a bit different, but she can’t really get a feel for it. Going cross-country to the Northwest for her mother’s new job she finds the new house they are moving into decidedly creepy. Sleep is becoming more difficult and her mother is becoming more distant. Life is taking a dangerous turn. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Free To Fall’ by Lauren Miller


Is there truely an app for anything? We often hear that is the case. What about an app that makes your decisions for you, and never makes one that isn't right for you? Is that even possible? Read More »

Projector Technology for the Classroom: LCDs, DLPs, and More

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Before investing in projectors for your school, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with some of the acronyms and jargon you might come across. Read More »

This Labor Day Remember to Thank a Teacher

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In essence teachers are always teaching even when they are not in the classroom. Teaching is a not just a job; it is a labor of love. Read More »

Perfect End-of-the-Year Gifts for Teachers


Looking for a way to thank your child’s teachers for all they do throughout the year? Read More »

Teachers and Students Still Need Summer Vacation

Summer vacation provides both students and teachers an opportunity for down time in a world where everyone is expected to always be up. Read More »

Book Review: Kidini Bully Prevention and Child Safety Parent and Child Activity Book by Michael Graves

An interactive book complete with CDs that will empower parents and teachers to teach kids about bullying and other safety issues. Read More »

The Pros and Cons of Charter Schools

Parents must also be engaged politically by voting for individuals that have their family’s best interest at stake. Read More »

Teaching Children to Love to Learn

My mother taught me to love to read. My reading led me to become a dreamer. Dreaming taught me to face life without fear or hesitation. Read More »

The Impossible Candidate

The GOP's search for a sensible and intelligent candidate who supports the GOP's crazy and stupid positions. Read More »