2018 Goals – Teaching Moments

Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Author's Blog | 0 comments

It’s hard to believe it’s mid-January. If you’re like me, you may still be trying to figure out your new year resolution or 2018 goals. I can tell you, I’ve done a great deal of thinking yet not a whole lot of committing at this point. In past years, my goals have often been about the big job, the big trip or the new house. As I look at 2018, I’m looking for ways to integrate this information from Frank Sonnenberg. Every day our actions speak...

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College Credit @ McDonald’s

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Author's Blog | 0 comments

McDonald’s Employees can earn college credit and college assistance when working at McDonald’s restaurants.  Partnerships between employers, like McDonald’s and universities can turn on-the-job training into academic credit. While this story speaks to the opportunity provided to Solomon Peters, of Ontario, Canada; the same program and benefits exist for McDonald’s team members here in the US. Solomon will graduate this semester after pursuing a two-year...

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High School Jobs- What are the Effects of Holding Part Time Jobs for Students?

Posted by on Dec 4, 2017 in Author's Blog | 0 comments

Data from the 2011 U.S. Census shows that about 28 percent of high school students work part time for about 20 hours a week or less
Author, Marie Anderson Houston, a Houston area native began writing education articles in 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Science in exercise and sports science and a Master of Science in education administration. She has seven years of teaching and coaching experience within the Texas public school system.

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