Free college tuition: Where do the 2020 candidates stand?

Free college tuition: Where do the 2020 candidates stand?   JOE BIDEN Former Vice President and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden. (Photo credit: LBJ Library/MGN) Former Vice President Joe Biden has not yet staked out many policy decisions for 2020 but called for free tuition at two-year and four-year public colleges while serving in the Read More >

New SAT Score: Adversity

New SAT Score: Adversity College Board says tool will provide more context for admissions officers. Many are skeptical of the plan. Critics and defenders of affirmative action see different problems with the index.   The College Board has for several years been testing an “adversity index” designed to place students’ SAT scores in the context of their Read More >

Math, Algebra, Geometry, and Pre-Cal Tutoring Schedule

Tutoring Schedule: Math Tutoring: Monday 6-7 pm, Tuesday 4-5 & 5-6 pm, Wednesday 6-7 pm, Thursday 4-5, 5-6, & 6-7 pm, Saturday by appointment. Algebra Tutoring: Monday 6-7 pm, Tuesday 4-5 & 5-6 pm, Wednesday 6-7 pm, Thursday 4-5, 5-6, & 6-7 pm Saturday by appointment. Geometry Tutoring: Tuesday 4-5 & 5-6 pm, Thursday 4-5, 5-6, & 6-7 Read More >

National Poll on Education Attitudes

National Poll on Education Attitudes Finds Majority of Teachers Down on Profession, Lack Trust in Parents American teachers are less enthused about their jobs than are local politicians or active-duty military personnel, according to the 2018 EdChoice Schooling in America Survey. After a year that saw educators revolt over low pay and teachers unions seriously Read More >

What’s in a Report Card?

What’s in a Report Card? Depends on Who You Ask. New Report Shows That Parents and Teachers Have Very Different Understandings of Grades & Tests If a child earns a B– in math on his report card, is that a good grade, or does it mean he’s the worst in the class? Ask a parent Read More >

Sergio Cardenas GoFundMe Wheelchair Accessible Van

Please, help us. Donate and share with all your friends, we really need your help. God bless you.   Hi everyone, please click here to support Sergio Cardenas GoFundMe campaign Wheelchair Accessible Van God Bless You, May you never have to ask for anyone’s help!

Computing in Undergraduate Education

Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Computing in Undergraduate Education (IUSE: CUE) Increasingly, undergraduate computer science (CS) programs are being called upon to prepare larger and more diverse student populations for careers in both CS and non-CS fields, including careers in scientific and non-scientific disciplines. Many of these students aim to acquire the understandings and competencies needed Read More >

Scholarship Opportunities

Federal Agency Postings and Opportunities Extended to February 25, 2019!   NFBPA Is Now Accepting Scholarship & Poster Contest Applications! The NFBPA Scholarship Program supports several college students each year, with annual scholarships totaling more than $45 thousand dollars through partnerships with corporate supporters, public sector organizations and individual contributors. NFBPA invites undergraduate, graduate, doctorate and Read More >

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