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Small school, Big school

Which should you prefer for your students, to send them to a large school with all of the resources a large school has, or to a small school with possibly compensatory benefits? No need to ponder any longer—the evidence is in, and it overwhelmingly favors smaller schools for any number of reasons. Students in small schools and programs perform significantly better academically than their peers in...
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The Arts and STEM

The great divide between the arts and the sciences, what the late scientist and writer, C. P. Snow, called “the two cultures” is of modern vintage—it didn't always used to be so. There was a time when it was recognized that art, as much as science, is directed at understanding ourselves and the world in which we live. Is Picasso’s “Guernica” , his famous and powerful painting executed in revulsion...
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The future of STEM

So, you don’t want to be a physicist or a computer analyst—is there still a STEM job for you? The question is important because over the next decade, occupations within STEM fields will grow almost twice as fast as non-STEM jobs. And the skills that workers will need even at the entry-level are far more sophisticated than they have ever been in the past. As the Alliance for Science & Technolog...
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It’s a STEAMing hot summer

The STEAM summer program at Village Glen is in full swing, and in a rich tradition of supporting the arts we have many classes which allow students’ creative spirits full reign. Music performance and production has gathered an ensemble of performers and instruments, from the accordion to the xylophone. They wrote their own score rehearsed and recorded it—students then mastered the recording, and b...
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