Posts Tagged ‘education’

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This week we have Digital Learning Day, last month we have Data Privacy Day and coming soon we have Safer Internet Day.  All these days to remind us that the internet is here to stay and we need to embrace it and respect it. Last fall I wrote a about series about how parents, teachers, […]

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What side of the fence do you stand on? Recently a school district in California hired a company to monitor their student’s social media.  The firm is looking at public posts for red flags searching for possible violence, drug use, bullying, truancy and suicidal threats. This issue falls on whether this is a free speech […]

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Schools everywhere are working on ways to make it easier for kids to access documents needed for homework and classroom assignments. One of the services utilized is called Google Apps for Education. This is a cloud service that makes it possible for students to retrieve everything from a school calendar to email, from any device […]

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Homework has historically not been a student’s favorite use of time out of school. Fortunately there are now some good websites students can use to reduce the amount of time spent on homework. Not only will these websites reduce the amount of time required to complete assignments, they’ll also potentially increase quality of the work. […]

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The junior and senior years in high school are a time filled with excitement, anxiety and anticipation, for both teens and their parents. Questions about the future loom large, and matters concerning the college admissions process are always high on the list. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, enrollment in degree-granting institutions increased […]

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Not really, but One Laptop Per Child is changing lives in children all over the world! Follow OLPC on Twitter as they travel all around the world!

posted by on College admissions, College Choices, College scholarships, Education, Parenting Teens

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There are dozens of benefits that justify earning a higher education, including–but by no means limited to–better employment prospects, access to jobs with higher pay and the broadening of a college student’s social and mental horizons. Even so, approximately one in two high school graduates choose to forgo these potential benefits because they cannot reconcile […]

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Technology is not only a critical part of learning, it’s an essential tool for communication and student-teacher engagement. Presented By: BachelorsDegreeOnline.com

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