A New Blog to Unite Educators, Parents, and Students

I’ve been writing the Carol J. Carter blog for a few years now, following daily news in the K-12 and college arena, the workforce, politics, technology, and innovation as it pertains to education and all of our futures. My company, LifeBound, recently launched a new website with many enhancements, including book assessments for students, resources for teachers, educators, parents, and coaches, and a blog that speaks to all our audiences as well.

This new blog space is all-inclusive. Each week our parent, educator, and student bloggers decide on a timely topic and cover it from three different perspectives. Our parent bloggers give tips to parents on how to approach the topic with their children, our student bloggers give advice to students on how to deal with the topic, and I write an activity for educators so they can easily incorporate current events and new technology in the classroom. Go to www.lifebound.com, click on Blogs on the upper, right-hand side of the screen, then click on the student, educator, and parent buttons to see what all our bloggers are talking about this week. We hope to start a blogging community that talks about issues that matter while creating understanding of different perspectives.

Thank you for reading the Carol J. Carter blog and I hope you will continue to visit my blog and take a minute to check out what we’re doing at LifeBound. If you venture over to www.lifebound.com, leave a comment here or there and let us know what you think of the new site!


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