Dierdre de Gravina began her post-secondary education in 1990 at a small technical college in Quebec, Canada. Initially, she had been accepted into the Canadian Armed Forces as a pilot but was suddenly forced onto an alternative career path. Dierdre crashed her motorcycle, leaving her unable to walk and unsure

Mobile apps and software are making a difference in all aspects of our lives—including at work. Education is no different, and K–12 teachers have no shortage of mobile apps that offer to help them become better, more-organized, more-creative, or more-effective teachers. We’ve compiled this list of apps that we’ve come

Today kicks off National Nurses Week, and at WGU, we’re eager to be part of the celebration! After all, nursing students make up more than 20% of our student body here at WGU. Nursing is a career that is all about service to others—often at the cost of 12-plus-hour shifts

It was as early as the third grade that Alicia Upton’s dream of becoming a teacher was ignited. Alicia was shy as a child, and it was her teacher, Mrs. Williams, who broke her out of her shell and gave her the confidence she needed to succeed in school. Alicia,

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