Michael Strickland

Geosciences has paved the way for global citizenship

Geoscience graduates find themselves at the forefront of innovation, working in diverse sectors ranging from energy and mining to conservation and urban planning.

School board members stand as unsung architects

In small rural communities, handling differences of opinion and fostering relationships with individuals who hold varying perspectives is a highly visible task

Dyad reading can make the journey to literacy an enjoyable and rewarding experience

The practice of Dyad reading allows opportunities for all children, regardless of English proficiency.

Unlocking the magic of reading

English is an alphabetic language, and phonics is undoubtedly important for learning to read.

The Idaho talking book service

The TBS emerges as a beacon of accessibility, offering a treasury of audiobooks that transcends barriers.

“To be, or not to be: that is the question.” – Hamlet, Act III, Scene I

The opening line of Hamlet’s soliloquy is one of the most-quoted lines in English.

Interacting effectively across cultural lines requires perseverance and sensitivity

There are many ways in which people around the world are similar, yet it is our differences that truly define us.

Millions of households still don’t have access to broadband internet

The digital divide is a complex problem with no easy solutions. However, there are a number of things that can be done to address it.

Many of our students aren’t coming to school ready to learn

Research shows that children who start behind will stay behind and in many cases, continue to lose ground.

Today’s library goes far beyond books

In rural areas, the library can be the only place in town to hold a meeting, access reliable, high-speed internet, conduct a private telehealth appointment, or serve as the safe afterschool space.