How are School Sports Activities Impacted  by Court Cases and Legislation? Education

How are School Sports Activities Impacted by Court Cases and Legislation?

February 24, 2015

  By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D. Vice President/ Education Editor Superintendents are confronted with challenges to effectively manage their schools districts. Some of these challenges include the operating budget, academic curriculum and student performance. While there are best practices and resources school districts can employ to address these concerns, the

How can being Rookie Smart keep you Competitive? Education

How can being Rookie Smart keep you Competitive?

February 17, 2015

By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D. Vice President/ Education Editor At the 2015 Association of California School Administrators Conference in Monterey, CA, presenter, Liz Wiseman, an author, researcher, executive advisor and national speaker, raised the critical question, “How can being rookie smart keep you competitive?” The following is an excerpt of

How is Hazing a Part of the K-20 Educational Culture? Education

How is Hazing a Part of the K-20 Educational Culture?

January 11, 2015

By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D. Vice President/ Education Editor Participating in extra-curricular activities and be­ing hazed by perpetrators is a part of the kindergarten-college educational culture for middle and high school students and college stu­dents. In fact, many students report participating in haz­ing rituals to feel closer as a group,

FSU’s Honorary Graduate Shared Her Love for Education Feature

FSU’s Honorary Graduate Shared Her Love for Education

December 13, 2014

Photos by Navael Fontus More than 2,600 graduated from FSU during the Dec. 13 Commencement Ceremony. By Navael Fontus Outlook Writer Louise Jones Gopher explained to more than 2,000 Florida State University graduates at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center how education didn’t come easy for her. But that didn’t

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation President Urges FAMU Graduates to Lead and Serve Feature

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation President Urges FAMU Graduates to Lead and Serve

December 12, 2014

Photo by Keytron Hill More than 700 FAMU graduates listened intently as Washington urged graduates to lead and serve. By Keytron Hill Outlook Writer Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University held its 2014 fall commencement ceremony, Friday Dec. 12 at FAMU’s Alfred Lawson Jr. gymnasium. The room was filled with supporting