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Blog Archive: May 2022
We know that math skills are a prerequisite for college and career success, but Vermont’s high school students are struggling to gain proficiency. A new course is taking a different approach to solidifying important math concepts for high school seniors who may have struggled with traditional mathRead More >
When Mikayla Powell was born, her parents were still kids themselves. “My mom and dad were just teenagers. There are pictures from their high school graduation with me in it,” she says. “Growing up, we were fairly poor,” she recalls. Particularly after her parents split up when she was in middleRead More >
Allyson Ratz, 17, has always been interested in how things are put together. Whether it’s the individual strokes of one of her award-winning pencil drawings, how the lines of a classic rock song can tell a story of social change, or how the release of chemicals inside the brain can influence aRead More >