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The Power of Standardized Testing, whether you like it or not.

Knowledge is power. Unfortunately, the question of how to most effectively measure knowledge is not a popular adage. The question has been widely debated and ultimately gave birth to standardized testing. Surprisingly, standardized tests are relatively new. In 1908, the first standardized achievement tests in arithmetic, handwriting, spelling, drawing, reading, and language were developed at […]

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Ten Study Hacks to Make your Student Life More Successful!

Effective study habits are essential when it comes to obtaining excellent results throughout your life as a student. However, this does not mean that you will have to spend the rest of your days in the library, tied to a chair, reading textbooks, and memorizing all of the various concepts and formulas found within them. […]

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Can a MacBook teach your child algebra?

In public schools, there is one computer for every five students. Or said a different way, there are five students for every one computer. Technology and education is a vast topic. For that reason, it helps to break it down. So here are our four chosen buckets: the good, the bad, the very good, and the very bad. […]

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Why one-on-one tutoring might be your number one option.

How many smart devices does your kid have? Fidget spinners? Half-full water bottles? If you answered “one” to any of the above, it may be wise to consider one-on-one tutoring versus a group session. Simply put, kids are more distracted than ever. And students working in groups can be more susceptible to those distractors. Sure, […]

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