After Jack M. Fletcher was born in a Tallahassee hospital in 1952, his parents took him half an hour west to their home to Greensboro, Florida. Greensboro was so tiny that the entire town’s 400 or so children, from kindergarteners to high school seniors, attended classes in a single school. More

How is that we know so much about the way people think, learn and remember, but for the most part don’t use that knowledge in the classroom? This was the underlying theme when a select group of high-powered researchers and academics met at a conference on “Applying the Science of More