It seems like an ideal family afternoon: your kids are playing peacefully with their toys while you chop meat for dinner in the kitchen. And yet, looks can be deceiving. Both of these seemingly innocent scenarios carry with them potential hazards, according to those who specialize in helping families stay safe from toxins in the home. “Parents need to be informed and understand the risks, they Read more
Java is omnipresent. We can see it around us in every field imaginable. But learning Java is not easy as using it. It can give you headaches initially but gradually admits you into the developer group. The fact that Software Development is here to stay and it pays lucrative salaries will make the effort totally worth it.
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By: Ken Gibson
Reading fluency is the ability to read quickly and accurately. A person with good reading fluency is able to comprehend more because they instantly group and recognize words. Doing this instantly frees up the brain for comprehending what is actually being read. Good reading fluency will help people learn more and excel at school or on the job. Read more
Demand for universal pre-kindergarten has grown significantly in the last decade, and states have responded by doubling the number of programs available. Today, 49 states sponsor pre-K programs, together spending close to $4 billion a year to fund them. But money for the new programs often comes from the same sources that fund traditional full-day child care, causing some child Read more
My vision of where education will be—and where it must be—overlaps with Chris Whittle’s to some extent. But it also differs in significant ways. Whittle’s essay, drawn from his cheerful book (Crash Course), tells us that most of our education troubles will be over in just a quarter century. I disagree. His assumptions often differ markedly from the available evidence Read more
The Los Angeles Unified School District is the second largest school system in the nation-and perhaps the worst. Slightly less than half of its 75,000 employees are classroom teachers, meaning that Los Angeles spends just 35 percent of its budget on teacher pay. By comparison, the school systems in Houston, Texas, and Edmonton, in the Canadian province of Alberta, Read more
A high school diploma is a certificate that you acquire after completing a course. This certificate is not just a piece of paper but a proof that you are academically done and now you qualify for a job on the basis of your qualification. This document is important and has a lot of value. Remember when it comes to applying for a university degree or for a better Read more
The most dreaded phrase in the parenting world? Not, not that one. Try this: “Can we get a dog?” Many parents would rather hear their children curse like sailors. Others may love the idea of junior romping through the backyard with a pet but wonder who is really going to do the work.
Well, let’s clear that up quickly: you are. “Parents should Read more
Homeschooling is becoming more main stream. This does not mean that if you decide to homeschool your children that everyone you know will be in favor of this educational method. It is very important when you decide to homeschool that you have a good support system in place.
The first level of your support system is the people who share your home. Homeschooling Read more
A visitor to a Boston middle or high school these days might not notice, but a major transformation is taking place in the city’s science classrooms. Teachers from middle and high schools across the district have been spending nights, weekends, and vacations taking courses in earth science, biology, physics, and chemistry to enhance their knowledge of the subject matter Read more