Last year, we published a story examining winter holidays across the globe. It proved to be so popular, we'd like to re-release it for the current holiday season in 2013!
Our teachers are capable of wonders when it comes to educating children. Their inspiring levels of commitment, patience, experience and creativity help students surge to incredible heights.
But every child still needs their parents to be part of the equation. National Parent Involvement Day, which falls on November 21, recognizes this.
In a special film, Sydney DeBerry opens up about how bullying plunged her world into darkness. But she found a new chance for happiness after a certain TV commercial appeared on her screen...
Grant Kibbey isn't just an ECOT teacher -- he also farms to keep his home running! Check out this amazing story. If you lived on a farm, what would be your favorite part? Tell us in the comments section below. But first, watch this amazing video!
Mikayla Conklin is an ECOT graduate who took life by the reins. Check out this earlier interview with her, where she discusses how our school helped her ride dreams of barrel racing into reality.
One small girl has made a very large impact.
Dani Chase, a young ECOT student, was the center of a recent story on ECOTtv. Chase was born with Down syndrome, but hasn’t let the disability stop her stepping into the spotlight of beauty pageants.
The ECOT Running Club pulled up their socks, stepped into their sneakers, and hit the pavement for a noble cause. Learn more about getting fit, having fun, and helping others in this special story.
Meet Dani Chase. She's like most other girls her age, with one exception. But that hasn't stopped her from appearing on stage and showing people real beauty.
From small town to big city, actress Myrishka Harrison attributes her many morals and values to Marion, Ohio. The place where she grew up, Marion is where Harrison says she experienced a Christian foundation and felt motivated to take her passion to a new city.