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Breaking News – learning to read has never been so easy and fun

admin @ December 4, 2012 # No Comment Yet

Reading is an important part of a child’s growth and development and getting them started so that it is included as a well loved part of their life is a key step. The Starfall website has created an ingenious way for kids of all levels to feel empowered in their own progress. No matter what […]

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“Education President” lives up to name

andrea @ September 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

As a person who has been in America’s public school system since pre-school, I would like to congratulate President Obama on doing something that should have been done a long time ago. Someone of merit told American students to get their lives in order.

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Income-based repayment recent graduate’s best friend

Rob @ June 29, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Going through school these days requires either a trust fund set up by dead relatives or doing exceptionally well in high school and securing some scholarships to aid in offsetting the costs of higher education.  In most cases, however, scholarships and grants don’t cover the entire cost of education for an undergraduate, and with the […]

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Urban school gets academic cred

Rob @ # No Comment Yet

When we see news reports on urban schools, usually we see incidents of hazing, reports on dropouts, violence at school, gang related incidents, or the problem of overcrowding.  Rarely do we ever hear about city schools with accolades and positive success rates.  It was unheard of to hear of a school graduating 100 percent of […]

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