We provide material to report on K12 education with the intention of supporting educators and education stake holders in rejuvenating K12 education. In this endeavor we would like to see students provided with schools and curriculum that foster more experiential learning.
A quality K12 education is more than learning facts and material to pass high stake testing. To measure the success of K12 education we need to examine the ability of graduates to be stewards of their communities and global citizens.

Education Reporting

Schools Grow Global Citizens

A quality K12 education is more than learning facts and material to pass high stake testing. To measure the success of K12 education we need to gear assessments to measure student ability with 1) revised academic standards, 2) service learning, 3) the arts, 4) social skills, and 5) their chosen interest.

Education Reporting

K12 Curriculum Integration

Schools are an integral part of every community. Building classroom material around the community natural connects the value of learning and community to engage students with a diverse range of competencies in an effort to support students discovering their passions and interests.

Education Reporting

Teachers Using Dynamic Education

Critical thinking provides the foundation to build character and social responsibility. Students must recognize their innate ability to preform critical thinking that is appropriate to grade level that will build their participation in classroom activities and in the community.

Education Reporting

Student Achievement: Academic, Arts, Social & Emotional Skills, Service Learning

Schools must provide a comprehensive approach to satisfy the expanding aptitude potential of 21st century learners. A competent school creates a cognizant ability in students to understand learning is not confined to childhood or the classroom but takes place throughout life and in a range of situations.

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We are looking for papers to publish that cover K12 education practices. If you are an educator or administrator and have a paper discussing curriculum, pedagogy, methods, or specific learnings you can submit your paper here.

You agree that you have written the paper and you retain all copyright rights to your paper. We will simply publish it on our web site. and/or distribute it in our subscriber newsletter. If you paper is selected you will receive up to $350.00 (USD) as a stipend with 30 days of publication on this site.

Your paper must be at least 1,500 words, double spaced, printed, and submitted as a PDF or DOC file. Be sure to include your contact information on the paper. Submit your paper here.