High school senior Sarah Goins of Louisville, Tennessee, drove in her first drag race at age 7 in a smaller version of a drag car called a junior; now, at 18, she just graduated to her own full-size car. Sarah
Educator and blogger Ray Salazar, who teaches junior and senior AP English in Chicago Public Schools on the Southwest side, said a book that has been significant to his teaching was The Alchemist, by Brazilian writer Paolo Coelho. The short
Amy*, a senior vice president in charge of marketing, comes to me with a request: She wants to provide professional development to her staff of five regional directors. At first glance, the request seems reasonable, doesn’t it? Of course, leaders
Before you can add, you must subtract. A senior executive with whom I once worked asked members of the organization to become more entrepreneurial. At the same time, he was fully cognizant of the workload his people had so he
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“I just don’t trust him.” So said a senior leader of a peer recently during interviews I conducted to learn more about their organization’s culture and how their leadership team operates. It’s a message I hear all too often when
If you’re a high school senior, or the parent of one, January is when you should start thinking about filling out your first Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. Having an idea of what to expect in a financial
Last semester I was faced with a larger-than-usual senior composition class for English majors—which of course also meant a larger-than-usual feedback load. With a new baby at home, I was more than a little concerned about finding the time to
As a senior in high school, you only apply to college once in your life, so it can be both very exciting and emotionally exhausting. College applications are stressful because missing a single item can jeopardize your chances of admission. Therefore, we have a
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