Today’s Solutions: May 22, 2024

Teaching & Learning

Education propels change. Stay up to date on the latest educational developments near you and around the world from preschool to post-grad. Here, you'll find out why equitable quality education is essential for fostering healthy and resilient societies.

3 ways to use the solar eclips

3 ways to use the solar eclipse to deepen your child’s love of science

As the complete solar eclipse of April 8, 2024 approaches, parents and educators have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to pique children's interest in astronomy. One captivating technique is to compare historical ideas about eclipses with present scientific answers. By comparing and contrasting various Read More...

Rowing against the current: Bo

Rowing against the current: Botswana’s women safari guides inspire and empower

In the calm of Botswana's Okavango Delta, where the morning sun creates a golden glow on the water's surface, an amazing metamorphosis is occurring. Women are taking the lead in changing an industry that was formerly thought of as a man's domain: guiding tourists through beautiful waterways. The Read More...

5 essential work skills to enh

5 essential work skills to enhance your resume in 2024

In a world where talents are valued above all else, how we approach job searching and resume writing is changing dramatically. As we approach 2024, the focus is squarely on skills-based hiring—a game-changer that is leveling the playing field for job applicants and changing the talent acquisition Read More...

What is intellectual humility?

What is intellectual humility? How intellectual humility unlocks learning and understanding

In the records of Indian folklore, there is a timeless story about six blind men discovering an elephant for the first time. As each man touches a different part of the elephant – its trunk, tusk, or tail — they generate vastly different conceptions of the creature. "It's like a snake," one Read More...

Your guide to witnessing April

Your guide to witnessing April's total solar eclipse in North America

With the total solar eclipse just around the corner, enthusiasm is building throughout North America. On April 8, a celestial display will occur as the moon crosses the sun, creating a shadow across a large portion of the continent. While acquiring premium lodgings may be difficult at this time, Read More...

Ending the stereotypes and em

Ending the stereotypes and empowering lives on World Down Syndrome Day

World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), observed annually on March 21st, is a global effort to shed light on a condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Since 2012, the United Nations has recognized this day as a beacon of inclusivity and empowerment. But what precisely is Down syndrome, and why Read More...

How to stop texting (distracti

How to stop texting (distracting!) your kids while they're at school

In today's digital world, cell phones have become an essential part of our lives, allowing us to communicate instantly. However, among the conveniences is a hidden disadvantage: the incessant assault of parental texts that invade the school day. Joe Clement, a dedicated high school teacher from Read More...

The surprising human-like inte

The surprising human-like intelligence of the humble bee

In the wonderful world of bumblebees, a stunning discovery calls into question the idea that intelligence is entirely determined by brain size. These tiny insects, with brains the size of a seed, have astounded scientists by exhibiting a degree of collective intelligence previously thought to be Read More...

Going for the goal: the impact

Going for the goal: the impact of team sports on boosting young girls' confidence

In a pioneering study, the Here for Every Goal report demonstrates that team sports, particularly elite women's soccer (referenced from here on in this article as 'football'), play an important role in boosting young girls' confidence. A startling 80 percent of individuals reported feeling more Read More...

Paws and pages: the Worcester

Paws and pages: the Worcester Library's feline solution for overdue fees

In the heart of Worcester, Massachusetts, a unique and touching program is enthralling the neighborhood, demonstrating that sometimes all it takes to repair overdue library items is a touch of feline charm. Worcester Public Library's 'March Meowness' campaign is transforming the way library fines Read More...