Small boy reading book on floor.
Eugene Kim
April 14, 2017

Miner, Mirror, Model, and Mentor: Strategies for Improving Your Student’s Reading Skills

The pressure to read at the appropriate grade level can be overwhelming and even scary for some children.  We know strong reading skills help lay the foundation for a student’s educational career. Chicago literacy expert, Timothy Shanahan, explained to Today’s Parent that a British study released in 2013 showed children’s literacy and math levels at age seven were predictive of their overall earnings at the age of 42. How do we make reading a skill that children love instead of a complicated task they despise?

4 diverse women in denim shirts, red bandana's around their hair with arm upward making muscle. (Rosie the Riverter pose)
March 01, 2017

I am Woman-Hear Me Roar!

The Women’s Marches of 2017 may have been the largest demonstration in US history.  There were over 200 international Women’s Marches across the globe as well. As this is a very interesting time for women around the world, it is only fitting that we take a moment and celebrate National Women’s History Month.

Young girl completing a math problem on a chalkboard
A.P. Johnson
February 22, 2017

Math Play Goes a Long Way

A new and upcoming educational trend, Math Circles, is helping teachers collaborate and work on fun, challenging math alongside research mathematicians to bring creativity and discovery learning to classrooms.

Shadow figure of African-American with afro
Flickr: Silver Shine
February 08, 2017

Shows you do not want to Miss for Black History Month!

At WILL-TV, we will air a wide variety of Black History Month programing ranging from seasonal series like Mercy Street to entertainment honors like the Smokey Robinson special. Be sure to tune in and help us celebrate Black History Month!

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