Tagged: school


Landmark Supreme Court Case: West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette (1943)

West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette (1943) is the 86th landmark Supreme Court case, fifth in the Education module, featured in the KTB Prep American Government and Civics series designed to acquaint users with the origins, concepts, organizations, and policies of the United States government and political system....


Why Keeping It Positive Is The Key To Your Sanity

  Everyone has days that include nothing but negativity and ultimatums. The pressure of school and work and other aspects of life will occasionally build up to amounts that seem unbearable, and you’ll be left feeling like your only options are to lay in bed or to completely relinquish all...


4 Things That Maximize Studying in the Library

  Every student knows the struggles of exam weeks. Somehow, all of your professors decide to schedule their exams on the same exact week, and you’re left wanting to cry and immediately drop out of school because each of these tests are back-to-back and are the “hardest” of the semester....


The DUFF and the Concept of Bullying

  The new movie, The DUFF premiered on February 20th and has already been rated 7.1 stars on IMBD.com. This film is based on a novel about a girl’s journey, played by Mae Witman, to abandon her apparent title “DUFF,” aka “Designated Ugly Fat Friend.” To sum it up, a...


This Is The Post-College Unknown

  After spending 4 years as an undergraduate, it’s generally expected that you form some idea of what you want to do afterwards. You’ve taken your required classes to prepare you for the career path you’re interested in, and you’ve been surrounded by fellow students discussing their plans.   The...