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6 Apps That Can Assist You with Your College Classwork

Take advantage of technology — using apps is a good way to remain motivated, consistently remain on track and avoid the feeling of being overwhelmed.

Strategies for Successfully Completing a Dissertation

Successfully completing a dissertation is possible for anyone who reaches the “All But Dissertation” phase of a doctorate.

Should Parents Send Kids Back to School or Opt for Remote Learning?

Many parents are debating whether to send their children back to school or to opt for a remote learning program, homeschooling or a tutor.

The Role of Parents and Teachers in K-12 Online Learning

Because K-12 online learning is likely to continue for some time, parents and teachers have an important role in helping students succeed.

Studying Successful Ways to Reopen Schools as COVID-19 Continues

School districts might wish to study these COVID-19 protocols that have been effective at providing safe childcare during the pandemic.

How to Prepare for Gaps in K-12 Student Learning and Retention

Returning to school is inevitable, and there will likely be a gap in academic performance and retention from when K-12 students left the classroom in March.

Helping Online Students Overcome Coronavirus Pandemic Challenges

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, I have seen more challenges for online college students than I ever saw in the past.

Should You Take a Gap Year During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

A gap year between high school and college is relatively common. But this year, gap years are resulting from safety concerns.