I remember when my sister had a phobia in math during her 8th grade. She did not have the most reassuring teacher back then. Every night, they were supposed to study a lesson that would only be discussed the following day, and the teacher always expected them to ace the quiz before the class starts. […]
Attending the 2019 Home School Convention opened up a whole new world for me. Homeschooling is a new concept for me since we have grown up in the traditional schooling method. Maybe this does not apply to other regions, but it is also an excellent alternative to some families who prefers seeing their kids at […]
The 2016 Cleveland Education Statistics has always been a useful resource regarding gathering data for the area of Cleveland. However, many people don’t know yet that this piece of information can be a handy tool to help develop educational interventions that can address poverty and homelessness.