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Is The SAT Writing Section Helping Anyone?

Ask any high school student preparing for college about their biggest stresses, and the SAT will surely be mentioned. Generally accepted as one of the most important stepping stones on the path to college, the SAT has for years been the starting point for the evaluations of all college admissions officers. Well, brace yourselves for […]

Malala Yousafzai’s International Fight for Education Equality

You’ve probably heard by now of Malala Yousafzai, the teenage Pakistani who survived a gunshot to the head in the name of education equality. As jihadists took over her region and began prohibiting women from receiving an education, Yousafzai – at age 12 – spoke out against the blatant injustices imposed on her and those […]

Are You Cut Out to Teach Online?

Many K-12 students (particularly high schoolers) now experience formal education exclusively in the form of online classes. For others, completing a few online classes before their traditional high school graduation is a requirement. Not surprisingly, controversy surrounds the topic of online learning’s effectiveness. But ready or not, here it comes. As more states and districts […]