Opinion

Making Magic Happen

As a parent, Christmas time is one of the most stressful times of the year. The magic of Christmas is no longer magic for me, because I am the one that makes magic happen for others, mainly my children. And when I say magic, I don’t mean just moving the…
Lina Lorenzo
December 13, 2017
OpinionTechnology

Net Neutrality & Innovation

On December 14th, the Republican-majority Federal Communications Commission (FCC), led by Donald Trump appointee, Ajit Pai (the former top lawyer and lobbyist for Verizon), will likely vote to repeal the Obama-era rules that ensure the net neutrality we currently have in America is held in place.  Net neutrality means all…
Jay Scott Sadler
November 27, 2017
Opinion

Can Praising Kids’ Intelligence Be Detrimental?

Every time an article about how to raise successful human beings pops up on my social media feed, I am convinced that being a parent is the toughest job in the world. I often feel that managing and leading employees at work is ten times easier than my job as…
Lina Lorenzo
August 26, 2017
EducationEthnic DiversityIncome InequalityMathematicsOpinionScienceTechnology

For-Profit Charter Schools – The Answer to South Florida’s Public School Education Issues?

Concerned parents have been looking for alternative options for their students for years. 87% of Florida’s youth is currently enrolled in some form of public school education, and households with children in private schools make 174% of the income of households with children in public schools, indicating a private education…
Jay Scott Sadler
August 22, 2017
EducationOpinionTechnology

Fake News Exists – What Now?

The Fake News phenomenon – driven by largely controversial stories looking to generate clicks and ad revenue off shock value, and political campaigns promoting propaganda on their opponents – has been making headlines more and more recently, because of its supposed effect on the elections and the actions it has…
Jay Scott Sadler
January 11, 2017
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