Tag Archives: student involvement

It is not the same

It is not the same “if you study, you will feel proud” as “if you do not study, you will fail”

If we asked secondary school teachers about their main concerns when teaching, many would probably agree on one thing: the lack of interest and involvement of the students. Spain is the OECD country (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) with the highest repetition rate: 8.7% compared to 1.9% on average for the rest of the countries . If […] … learn more→

On Boston College’s deaf administration

That’s the title of a thoughtful essay that appeared last week in the Boston College (BC) student newspaper, The Heights.  Student Sean Sudol’s topic is student leadership.  He begins with an expression of pride in one of his professor’s comments that to find leadership on a college campus you should look to student organizations, but […] … learn more→