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Millennials find that what they learned getting their degree is only the beginning of what they need to know to succeed in the workplace.
John T. Meyer of web-design company Lemonly stresses the importance of application over education.
How do you educate and train a workforce that is more easily distracted than ever? Easy -- send them to the Internet.
You mean well for your kids, but by attacking teachers and schools, you are undermining your child's ability to complete in a global marketplace.
Gina Cuffari uses building blocks to provide local kids with a holistic and entertaining after-school educational experience.
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New research from the New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development sheds light on this iteration of the classic nature vs. nurture debate.
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Says the young business guru: "So while my Mom and Dad may be disappointed I miss the Dean's List occasionally, they rest well knowing I have the entrepreneurial skills necessary to do other things equally as awesome."
After seeing her daughter's skills improve with Kumon tutoring, this math teacher was inspired to become a franchisee for the company.
Entrepreneur Network partner Dr. Dragos talks about ways to bridge passion, purpose, education and the real world.
Students and teachers schedule appointments and join live video chats through the platform.
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