Explaining the phenomenon known as the “Matthew Effect”

Explaining the phenomenon known as the “Matthew Effect”

In one of the small towns surrounding Lake Tiberias, there was once a man who was deeply reviled by everyone in his community. He was considered to be a traitor, supporting the “e ...

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Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer: Better than the movies

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer: Better than the movies

It’s like the movies; maybe a little better I was given the privilege to experience being at a world-renowned university for 3 weeks.  I ate at the dining hall, slept at the resid ...

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College: Not for a profession, but for life.

College: Not for a profession, but for life.

“How was summer?”  The teacher asked. “Short.” The students replied. Common, expected and no-brainer q&a’s that teachers never fail to ask and students always make clear. With ...

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Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

As members of the next generation, it's our responsibility to take action for situations, where we can make a difference. Even the smallest of actions can make the biggest impact ...

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What Teachers Make

What Teachers Make

Back in eighth grade, when I had just started learning that not all poems came in rhyming four-line stanzas, I came across a slam poem by Taylor Mali entitled “What Teachers Make” ...

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