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Have you considered how when you were born determines how you will behave? How you and your peers typically react? There are 6 generations defined in generational research. They are Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y, Generation Z and the Alpha Generation.

Scientists estimate that we only use around ten percent of our mind power. - Only ten percent! Can you imagine what would happen if you could access the remaining ninety percent? This article explains how you can do that.

Self-education is not just homeschooling. It is the surest method of achieving true knowledge; and this may be accomplished anywhere you choose.

In the past 10 years, the world has tried to teach us many things about education and the business of education. Before the year 2000, we thought we knew it all. There was a formula/algorithm/process developed by studying the successes of the 1950s and 1960s. In the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s the assumption was if you applied the formula with diligence, success would follow. For the majority of parochial schools that was true.

Educating special needs students can be a challenging yet rewarding experience. Educators who work with children with learning disabilities need to be specially trained to know how to handle particular situations and personalities.

Our capacity to make the right decisions in an ever-increasingly complex world is limiting our future progress. I believe the root of the problem is the value systems we have developed over our lives. To address the problem, we need to re-examine how we educate future generations.