Joanne Berger-Sweeney on the transformative powers of higher education
A new trend has students reevaluating the concept of heading straight to college
Members of Perrot Library’s Young Critics’ Clubs are discerning readers whose take on what’s hot—and what’s not—on library shelves has made them sought-after literary influencers
An Artisanal Approach to Teaching and Learning
What Are Schools to Do to Prepare Students for Jobs That Are Yet to Be Created?
How Can We Prepare Ourselves and Our Children for a Future We Can’t Comprehend?
Whether your grad is headed for college life or real life, these fun gifts celebrate the big accomplishment
“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” —Albert Einstein
The Most Human and Humanizing Thing We Can Do
Lessons From the Progressive Education Lab
Whether it’s a school or camp, here are a few places to keep your little ones busy all summer
Teaching and learning through creativity, innovation and conversation.
Lynn Babington on Higher Education Today
Tap into the rich resources and inspiring content of The Nantucket Project with no ferry or flight required
Where adults can take classes in Fairfield
Part Two: The New and Improved Brown Bag Bonanza.
Fuel your brain and maximize your learning potential through healthy new school cafeteria food choices.
Q&As with Fairfield’s Top Teachers
Up close with our Top Teens’ favorite teachers
Easing into the start of a new school year
Studying another language isn’t just for school kids.
Inspired classes and services for students with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome at IDEA for Autism, Inc.
Parents serve their children best when we plan for their education at an early age.
Independent schools believe that balance is essential in everyone’s life, and that athletics is one part of achieving that balance.
The number of mandated tests is required of students is up. How is your child coping?
Being 50-plus with a passion for learning is the only prerequisite for this all-volunteer education program at Norwalk Community College.
A Better Chance of Darien celebrates twenty-five years of providing talented minority girls with a top-notch education.
The dark side of young love can begin with excessive text messaging and end with scars that last a lifetime.
High school students routinely apply to more than twenty colleges. Has the process gotten totally out of hand?