The Week That Was: GOOD Education
The Week That Was.
The White House and GOOD asked another joint question: 63 million are volunteering in America. How do you make a difference?
We wanted to know: Should best friends be regulated?
Josh Barkey, a high school art teacher, encouraged students to remain uncertain for long enough to discover their passion.
The Lottery is out in theaters. Will you go see it?
Liz Dwyer, the Pepsi Refresh Project's Education Ambassador, examined the increasing number of students that take standardized tests.
Graduate students at Stanford University wrote the water cycle (with a decidedly human twist).
And finally, Brendan Lowe, in his weekly installment of Mind the Gap, honored fathers, like Mr. Burgos, who show up for their kids.