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4 Things to Consider Before Interviewing for Your Next Teaching Job

Candidates who know what they want—and don’t want—from a job will be in a better position during the interview process. 

Kids who learn ‘clause-chain’ languages are quicker to develop complex sentences

Languages like Japanese, Korean, Turkish, and the indigenous languages of the Amazon, East Africa, and New Guinea build sentences in a way that lets them grow to an enormous length.

Why does grammar matter?

After 20 years of teaching academic writing to both native speakers and English language learners, I can attest that at some point, just about everyone asks me why, or even whether, grammar matters.

Why some words hurt some people and not others

The October 2020 controversy at the University of Ottawa surrounding the use of the n-word reminded us that there are parts of our history — such as the transatlantic slave trade, the Holocaust or the repression of First Nations

Are We Facing a Mental Health Crisis for Boys?

Emphasizing stoicism, toughness, and competition can leave boys without the emotional tools they need to thrive. How can we change course before the problem gets out of hand?