Today, I will offer five big action steps I believe we can take to turn the tide in the cheating problem in schools.
This week, I’m blogging about cheating. Cheating among students, faculty and administrators in our schools and universities across America.
Why are mentees drawn to failure stories over victory laps? It seems young people listen more to the stories of my failures than those of my successes.
Leadership is a tender balance between relationships and results. So what undermines effective meetings?
A few years ago we, at FFA, made a realization: we were depriving our state officers the opportunity to use their strengths to best serve our members.
This month, millions of students will become graduates. I want to share a conversation I had with a newly graduated 23-year old young adult at Starbucks.
Today's post is the latest episode of our Growing Leaders podcast. In the previous episode, Jeremy Affeldt shared the greatest secret to developing resilience in a young person and challenged us to apply that principle as well. In today's podcast, I interview Jason Russell. Jason is the co-founder of Invisible Children, and the Director of Kony 2012, which produced a campaign and video that
Did you hear? News just broke that our U.S. Education Department gave it’s blessing to online programs that award college credit—based not on how much time a students spends in a classroom but how much they know and can do. It’s a new day.