We have been taught to stand and sing along with our hands over our heart while the “Star Spangled Banner” plays to show our love and respect for our country. Then how do we explain to our children why people have been kneeling during the playing of our national anthem?
A new study finds that kids who start school at an older age perform better than their younger classmates perform and are more likely to graduate from college. NPR spoke with one of the researchers to learn more.
This Sunday night, September 17 at 7pm, WILL-TV will air The Vietnam War. This 10-part epic documentary film features testimony from nearly 100 witnesses including American soldiers, Americans who opposed the war and Vietnamese combatants and civilians from the north and south.
On Sept. 5, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) initiated the phase-out of the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This decision has great impact on schools and families around the country.
It is that time of year when our children are heading back to school and each year becoming more independent. It is important that we continue to talk about safety in our homes, schools and community. Here are some great resources to teach our kids lessons about safety.
In wake of the recent events that happened in Charlottesville, Virginia, WILL Education understands that talking about racism with your children may be uncomfortable. Here are some tips to help guide that discussion with your children.
WILL Education staff met with administrators from Rantoul Township High School District 193 (RTHS) to learn more about the Competency-Based Learning pilot program that will replace traditional high school graduation requirements this fall.
When we think of tech toys, we often think of computer programs or video games, but there is so much more! PBS KIDS has several cost-effective activities and projects that can be done at home to highlight STEAM education.