Podcasts are all the rage these days – a valuable resource and have a lot of potentials to teach kids English. To help you get started, we’ve put together a list of our favorite podcasts – including perfect bedtime stories, science exploration, cool news, and more.read more
10 advice for high school students from recent graduates to help incoming freshmen gain some insight into how to start your high school years with the right frame of mind – and get off to a great start.read more
7 books about leadership that will help young children build the traits and skills that will set them on the path to becoming courageous, compassionate, and positive leaders.read more
Audiobooks can also change the way we listen, read, and learn, improving the literacy of young readers. This article introduces some amazing benefits of audiobooks to your children, and include a list of resources that provide excellent audiobooks for free.read more
What are the best careers in the next 10 years? Which career paths can bring our child the brightest future? This article will show you some fast-growing occupations and several good career options to start considering.read more
When it comes to the SAT vs. the ACT, both exams are widely accepted by U.S. colleges, which often prompts students to ask: Which test should I take?
This article will provide you with a brief overview of the basic structural and logistical differences between the ACT and SAT, to help you pick the right one as you get ready to apply to college.
What are the major changes to the SAT this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic? What are the SAT score percentiles? And what is the good SAT score to apply to top colleges? This article puts together an SAT FAQ section to have all your SAT questions answered.read more
This article provides students with a handy end-of-school checklist that will help you have a productive summer, get on track, and make getting into the next school year a bit more manageable.read more
As COVID-19 grinds society to a halt and shutters physical college campuses, today’s high school and college students are experiencing their generation’s crucible.read more