Not many small children would willingly forego birthday parties, but that’s exactly what Eric Sabbah did in exchange for his first computer.
A Match for Da Vinci?
As a former teacher in the Maryland public schools, I helped to administer the annual IQ tests to hundreds of children in my 14-year-career. “Administered” is somewhat of a misnomer, because I simply monitored the 120 or so 4th
For library director Rick Sample, it’s the students that count
“Libraries, to a librarian, are always personal,” says Rick Sample, director of library services and information literacy.
Navigating finals week: Capitol professors weigh in
Finals week is a time that, for many students, brings a sense of trepidation.
By Dr. Michael T. Wood, President, Capitol Technology University