Showing:  Posts by Jennifer Agustin

The idea that I might be someone who “over-parents” her children came to me not while I was spending time with my children, but when I was catching up over dinner with two of my closest college friends, who are

Today marks the last day of Women’s History Month. It has been a great month for everyone to come together to celebrate the achievements of women across all areas and industries. On the blog, we’ve enjoyed profiling topics ranging from

The 2017 Blended & Personalized Learning Conference (BPLC) features some of the top classroom, school, and district implementers from across the nation. Once again, the conference will be held in Providence and is expected to attract some 900 educators and

Education played a significant role in last year’s election, most notably in how researchers, media and others used level of education as a proxy for how certain voters would cast their votes. College-educated. Less educated. Some college. No college. When

Hidden Figures, the highest grossing Oscar-nominated movie of the year, tells the true story of a team of female African-American mathematicians who worked behind the scenes at NASA to help launch astronaut John Glenn into space. The film shines a