I truly believe that international education can change the world. From studying abroad, hosting exchange students, working abroad, doing international internships, taking international classes, learning languages, taking a gap year, asking questions and learning about people’s lives, and traveling, there is a plethora of ways to learn about people, places, cultures, and
Kids today face challenges that their parents and grandparents could never imagine. There are no clear career paths for them, because the way we work and live is constantly changing and evolving. This has also created opportunities, and a lifestyle, that didn't exist a decade ago. Now, more than ever, kids can truly live their dreams. They can create
Whilst I was wandering through the White House a few weeks ago, marveling at the beautiful and creative Christmas decorations, I felt an immense sense of pride. Pride that this is our nation’s home, built and rebuilt after fire and war.
As a mom, I know it's hard to find great books about girl power for young women to read (you may recall the recent firestorm over the latest Barbie/engineering book. Enough said.). So when I find great ones, I am elated.
Masterworks Museum is hosting a behind the scenes look at one of our favorite childhood memories. The stop-action movie Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer tells the familiar tale of an unlikely hero (Rudolph) who saves Christmas by lighting the way for Santa's sleigh.ShareThis
My first trip to Ecuador in 2003 was fabulous. As an ambitious 22 year old, I recruited a small group of young eager teachers and spent the summer teaching English to very poor children on the coast of Ecuador. We had a great time in the exotic land all the way in South America.