StudyStudent.com has released a free e-book, entitled, "Writing Styles for College Students" to help college and university students learn about specific writing styles they need to apply to a thesis or dissertation paper.
A new study by the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice & the Georgia Public Policy Foundation shows that each class of Georgia high school dropouts costs the state billions of dollars over the lifetime of those dropouts.
Website promotes the well being of the group without sacrificing the significance of the individual. Through this collaborative effort, progress toward individual and societal goals can improve dramatically.
Top college admissions consultant Dr. Michele Hernandez and parenting guru Mimi Doe offer Personal College Application Boot Camp to rising seniors around the world to get into top colleges in a tough admissions climate.
UniversityLoveConnection.com Offers College Internships to Bachelor and Master Degree Students for College Credit Starting Summer Through Fall 2009-2010. Each student will receive full credit for their computer science or related degrees.
Sharecourseware.org is an open courseware sharing site that provides students, educators and researchers free lecture notes and course notes. The site is one of the largest depositories of university level course materials on the internet. The site also allows registered users to post open courseware that they created or obtained from other sources and share it with the world.
Poor work habits, time management and organizational skills account for a substantial piece of the underachievement puzzle in middle school. Tween Publishing of Newport Beach, CA, has launched its audio "edutainment" podcast program supplementing its popular SOS -- Student Organizational Skills curriculum. Tween's program teaches 11-14 year olds these essential skills for success in middle school.
Cost effective methods for correcting the environmental damage that has caused a 10-20% increase in learning disabilities since WWII. Causes are identified, and methods for eliminating causes are reported in the newly released book Learning Disabilities: Understanding the Problem and Managing the Challenges.
Omniac Education will help students at Arizona Public Schools raise their GPAs with a free tutoring program this fall. The program will aid students not only with specific content, but also with study skills and time management.
Show Works will represent Oklahoma Sound and National Public Seating from their Vermont headquarters as a distributer of environmentally conscious staging, chairs, choral risers, platforms, podiums, and lecterns.
100 Montreal high school students together with Canada's first woman in space, Roberta Bondar, and Justin Trudeau, the son of Canada's fifteenth Prime Minister, publish a collection of literature in response to global warming and environmental change.
Brooklyn, N.Y. November 2007 - The SAT, or Scholastic Aptitude Test, is meant to be a standardized measure used to determine student eligibility for college or university admission. Not all standardized tests are created equally, however, and students with the benefit of private tutors or SAT courses enjoy enormous competitive advantages over students that may not have access to these options.
Winner Communications announced that it has begun testing a new Math Made Easy and Tutorialchannnel.com ad on national cable TV. During the month of November, the Math Made Easy one minute ad was aired on the MSN cable channel, while the Tutorialchannel.com ad was aired on The Learning Channel.
If the nation’s top math students are on a train headed east at 80MPH, and all the students who are flunking math are on a train headed west at 75MPH, and both trains leave at the same time from stations 267 miles apart. . . why can’t Timmy figure out that 6 X 8 = 48?