If there’s one thing that is often overlooked when it comes to instruction, it’s class size. A lot of people don’t even realize that there is a greater benefit to the student when smaller class sizes are in effect, rather than the large 20-something average you find in most public K-12 classes. In large universities,… Continue reading Why Small Class Sizes Are Important
We often hear the saying “our children are our future,” and we just roll our eyes because it’s hard to think about someone who can’t legally drive or vote or do anything remotely “adult” being in charge of us all. But we need to. If your child is on the cusp of graduating high school,… Continue reading How to Inspire the Leaders of Tomorrow
By Camille D, age 16 Create comprehensive websites simply by dragging and dropping, using Anvil – a Python-based service that takes a multifaceted approach to full-stack web development. Even with other platforms such as Squarespace and Weebly dominating the ecosystem of drag and drop-based web development, Anvil provides a direct path for users to not… Continue reading Anvil: A New Standard for Python Web Development?
You never really know what’s out there until you search for it. That’s probably the very paraphrased version of a wise proverb, but in this case, it’s literal! If you love technology and, honestly, you kind of have to at this point in the world’s evolution, you need to know that there are way more… Continue reading Fun Tools for Tech Lovers
By Ethan S., Age 15 The App Store is the crown jewel of Apple’s gated tech community. I wondered what it was like to publish on the App Store and decided the only good way to know would be firsthand experience. So I set out on my journey to… Continue reading Publishing on the App Store: A Journey Part One