Gadgets, services, vacations are available to all. But in reality, there’s a larger gap between the classes: Wealthy vs. non-wealthy, where there exists greater physical separation, very different school choices, greater difference in health and lifespan, far less social mobility, except for hyper achievers.
There are some pretty good tips here for helping your kids avoid the summer slide. One of the reasons I like my kids going to a more year round school year is for this very reason, but if any of your kids are out for a full 3 months or more? You will want to check this graphic out for tips to avoid that summer slide.
The controversy surrounding No Child Left Behind and standardized testing may only be proving to be more and more inefficient. The new infographic by Best Masters in Education shows us where we are putting undo pressure and where we are no longer focusing.
This Infographic by Schools.com provides information on social media use amongst professors in the United States, showing the percentage of college professors using social media, which tools they use, and how they use social media to connect with students regarding their curriculum.
In this Infographic, online versus campus degrees are compared which helps one to visualize what degrees are more popular based on the online or campus format of the degree program. See if the degree you want to earn or have earned is listed.