Fierce advocates for the high academic achievement of all students — particularly those of color or living in poverty. It depends on the program and how much interaction there is between the instructor and other students in the program. Interaction is key because you can learn from the questions that you might not ask. These sites are terrific, and will encourage participation from young 2nd language speakers. Thank you so much – I have sent this lens to Primary (elementary) teachers and heads of my acquaintance.Education

You need to designate parts of the area you are playing in as each of the continents. You can either say – the tree is South America, the bleachers are Europe etc, or you can make signs with the continent names on them and put them in the correct places relative to each other. I think the latter would be better, but as I did it on the spur of the moment, I just had to use what was available.

Preparing our homeschooled children for college is a very, very important task. I happen to be a professional educator turned homeschool mom. And on top of that we live abroad where public schools are not an option. Homeschooling is the BEST option for us.

In addition, high school graduates of the 10-year curriculum are not yet 18. With the new curriculum, senior high school students can specialize in a field that they are good at and interested in. As a result, upon graduation they will have the specific job-related skills they need even without a college degree. When they graduate from high school, these young people will be 18 and employable, adding to the nation’s manpower.

The IDEA allows all children to have the opportunity to learn – it is a necessary protection for children with a disability. I haven’t used a lot of clipart in the past but I’m going to be needing to use more of it in the future. Yes that could very well be. If your parents don’t push you to do good in school in order to better your life, you probably won’t care either.

ASPHALT : Focus on techniques and innovations in asphalt paving, recycling, materials, and plant management. At some point in the not too distant future, there will no longer be books in the classroom. It will all be technology driven. Whether we easily accept that or not, it doesn’t change the reality that it will happen, and is happening.