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Is It Possible to Learn Anything?

A couple of Northwestern grads answer the question, and question the answer. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Will Yang studied economics at Northwestern. He graduated high school from Winter Park High as valedictorian, taking 6 APs along with a full … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | CollegeVine

This leading provider of student mentorship and college admissions guidance has launched an SAT test prep program built specifically to prepare students for the newly redesigned exam. Officially implemented by the College Board in March 2016, the new SAT exam is … Continue reading

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More Power to You

Creating a generation of college- and career-ready students starts with K-12 edtech. GUEST COLUMN | by Kate Ballard-Rosa According to a new report from the University of Pennsylvania and the Pell Institute, 77 percent of people from high-income families have … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Virtual Nerd myMathUniverse

What student hasn’t struggled with math homework, alone at home, with no one around to help? Now middle and high school math students learning with Pearson’s Common Core math programs will have access to extra study support from Virtual Nerd … Continue reading

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Interview | Eric Westendorf: How Much Can You LearnZillion?

It’s pretty genius. LearnZillion provides a new model for delivering instruction: they curate short, focused video lessons created by top teachers around the country. “We put these lessons on a platform that makes it easy for students, teachers, and parents … Continue reading

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