Guys…in literature…the following is what can be described as a cautionary tale. IOW, Don’t be like these college students….PLEASE! Real Talk guys…knowing basic history and the current leadership of your country is just a little more important than knowing just about anything about Snooki and her crew…knawmean? A mind…not to mention TUITION…is a terrible thing […]
Julie Delmedico states… “I think the best kind of education is one that teaches you to speak and think for yourself,” she says. “That’s much more valuable than passing your exams.” Let us know if you agree with her.
This week the dreaded (by the unprepared students) EOC testing was in full swing. As part of our commitment to support our educators and students, members of SKoolAide served as proctors for one of the local high schools that could benefit from our help. Today was my day. (Oh Joy…Chemistry! 🙂 ) It’s always an […]
BY LYNN BONNER – email@example.com Published Wed, Oct 05, 2011 RALEIGH — A new era of public school testing begins in March when high school students will take national exams to determine how well their education is preparing them for life after graduation. The state Board of Education has been talking for more than a […]
Author(s): Jennifer McMurrer and Nancy Kober Published: October 5, 2011 This report examines testing data from 40 states and the District of Columbia from 2002 through 2009 and finds that while high school scores on state English language arts and math tests rose in most states, smaller proportions of states made gains in high school […]