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28 May


By David Greenberg   , , , , , , , , , No comments

1. Visit A Museum Museums are filled with knowledge from all corners of the world and host fun activities for your kids to explore while learning. Most large cities have a handful of museums to choose from and tons of exhibits to indulge in. Most summer camps take field trips to museums but don’t usually give their […]

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21 May

Which SAT II Subject Tests Should You Take?

By Alex Silva   , , No comments

There are 20 SAT Subject Tests, also known as SAT II’s, available for students to take in five general subject areas. Most colleges will recommend or require prospective students to take one of the Subject Tests that correspond with their area or program of study. If the college, or colleges, you are applying to don’t […]

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17 May

21st Century Community Learning Centers: Enhancing Your School’s Quality of Learning via State Funding

By Alex Silva   , , , No comments

21st Century Community Learning Centers is a program enacted in 2004 by the U.S. Department of Education that offers educational services to students and their families via formula grants. The goal of this funding opportunity is to support the continuing development of community learning centers for low-income residents and low-performing schools. By providing academic enrichment […]

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