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A successful career requires constant learning.

A Lyft exec says it’s nearly impossible to recover from the ‘kiss of death’ in a career

Coasting in your career is the "kiss of death" that can be impossible to recover from, Lyft CFO Brian Roberts said in an interview with Forbes. No matter how successful you become, he said you can never afford to stop learning and growing.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

Microsoft buys a classroom video startup with 20 million users as it pushes against Google

Microsoft has purchased Flipgrid, a Minneapolis-based educational startup that encourages students to share videos with each other. In the bigger picture, Microsoft and Google are sparring for control of the classroom tech scene.

The idea that we each have a ‘learning style’ is bogus — here’s why

There's no real evidence that different people learn better visually, orally, or by doing.

The majority of baby boomers now own a smart device

Over time, older generations are adapting to new technologies.

Children are finding it harder to hold pencils because of technology, pediatricians have warned

One mother said her child was gripping a pencil like a 'caveman.'
Your teacher probably didn't tell you what George Washington's dentures were really made out of.

9 ‘facts’ you learned in school that are no longer true

George Washington's teeth aren't what you think.

The world is engulfed in a ‘learning crisis’ — but it’s not too late to save students

Although students are physically going to school, a quarter of a billion aren't learning anything.

The age your brain matures at everything — it isn’t even fully developed until age 25

Neuroscientists are confirming what car rental places already knew — the brain doesn't fully mature until age 25.

Researchers have isolated what may be the single most important trait that makes kids successful in school

A new study suggests kids do better in school when they're more curious, imaginative, and like to try new things. Curious kids did better on math and reading assessments, regardless of their socioeconomic status. Traits like self-control and persistence didn't matter as much.