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Interview by Alison Herget, Higher Education Program Manager at Minerva Project. Many students feel overwhelmed when they think about life after high school. They know they want to go to
May 31, 2022 In a world that feels as though compromise is fleeting and empathy is under siege, there is one universally acknowledged truth if you work with or have
May 3, 2022 As with most American high school students, my school requires me to complete ten hours of community service per year as a way to get us engaged
My name is Robert Castro-Terrio, and I am Guatemalan, Italian, Spanish, Yucatan Indigenous, Cameroonian, Malian, Ghanian, Portuguese, and Irish American. What does that even mean? I can tell you that
Sometimes, my desk fills up with clutter: stacks of paper, typically 30–40 sheets deep, that have been arranged on top of one another in a criss-cross fashion so that they
Eisha is an M23 Minerva University student studying Computer Science and Business Most education systems across the world rely on exams as a means of improving and assessing student learning.
This article is the 2nd in a series of pieces on the very important wellness framework being developed at La Jolla Country Day School (CA). The first article was entitled,
I wasn’t happy with my school experience in New York City. I wanted more. This class at the Salisbury School (CT) has not only given me more but has also
Joshua Fost Ph.D. is Vice Provost and Managing Director of High School Innovation at Minerva. Think back to what you learned in high school. Was it amazing? Did it change your