For many high school students and their families, the thought of going to college represents the fulfillment of a lifetime dream – but the price tag can be daunting. Fortunately,
The beginning of a new school year can be fraught with anxiety. As with all transitions, anticipating the unknown is often scary and a new school year, with all that
What if my friends aren’t in my class? What if my teacher is mean? What if middle school is as scary as I think it is? How am I going
It’s impossible to go to any stores in August without being inundated with Back to School banners, signs, and sales. It can be overwhelming for parents, teachers, and students alike.
Planting Seeds Tutoring, an Austin, South, and Central Texas-based tutoring company is committed to serving our community through education and empowerment. The most recent example of our community service was
Summer is a time to relax, stay up late, sleep in, and hang out at the pool. Right? While it is certainly important for students to have an opportunity for
Smartphones are among the most used electronic devices in modern history. Adults use their smartphones for work, shopping, and pleasure, and their children are learning by example. It seems fitting,
Most modern classrooms use Google whether parents like it or not. Teachers use the web giant to e-mail parents and colleagues, and to search for lesson plans and teaching tips.
Lately, educators have been stealing the spotlight in the national news. From strikes and walkouts in West Virginia to Arizona, to a narrowly averted strike in Los Angeles, educators have
“A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning. “ - Brad Henry It’s Teacher Appreciation Week In 1953, Eleanor Roosevelt convinced Congress to