Exploring STEM and STEAM, especially at an early age, is a great way to open kids up to the wonderful worlds of science and math and the future possibilities that come with them. But trying to encourage an interest in science with textbooks and workbooks is like trying to encourage an interest in cooking with a blender manual. I know […]
For many, the last time they saw the inside of a classroom was March. As we are fast approaching August, that is very nearly six months since schools first began shutting down. But with new cases once again on the rise and a resurgence putting vulnerable populations at risk, what does that mean for schools?
Supporting creators of color isn’t just about reducing inherent roadblocks to success and systemic bias for creators, it’s also about opening yourself up to more diverse and incredible content.
The 4th of July is just two days away, and everyone and their mother vows they have the best apple pie recipe. But while I love a good apple pie, it is not something that, even as an avid baker, I am likely to whip up at home. Instead, I have something else I prefer to put together for special […]