Archive for March, 2014

“Earning while learning”

“Earning while learning”. 7 colleges that put students to work to pay off their tuition during the school year. Find out more…  

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NLG is looking for English, Math, and Elementary teachers

The Nantucket Learning Group is still accepting applications for summer 2014 positions in elementary, math, and English.  Contact us if you have any questions, or would like more details!To apply…

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McGraw Hill’s ‘Government in Action’

McGraw- Hill’s new program, Government in Action “allows students to explore the real-world challenges and day-to-day experiences of a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Students compete and collaborate with classmates to obtain political capital by developing and passing

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Potential collegiate athletes…

Interested in playing a collegiate sport? These college coaches like athletes who play multiple sports, rather than specializing in one. Click here to read more.
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Children are ‘digital natives’

“’It’s important for kids to be creators, not just consumers of technology,’ she says. Nowadays, most kids, even the savvy ‘digital natives’ who can expertly fly around their iPads and Xboxes, engage passively with technology… They point, they click, they

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“The Game of Bullying Prevention”

“The Game of Bullying Prevention” Developed to help some students cope, overcome, and reduce bullying in schools.   

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How is the new SAT different?

Changes coming Spring 20161. Optional essay 2. More commonly used vocabulary words – less obscure words 3. No penalty for guessing wrong 4. Return to a 1600 grading scale 5. Math : focus on problem solving and data analysis; the

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss

Happy Belated Birthday, Dr. Seuss.  Did you know that Dr. Seuss’ 13th book was The Cat in the Hat, released in 1957?

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Taking the SAT next Saturday (March 8)?

Taking the SAT next Saturday (March 8)? Get your brain warmed up with this practice test.

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