Interesting idea: Instead of going to college to get a job, Ss will increasingly be going to a job to get a college degree.

This will be the biggest disruption in higher education — from forbes.com by Brandon Busteed; with thanks to Mr. Reid Gough for his posting this […]

Report: Over 60% of college students face hunger or housing insecurity

Report: Over 60% of college students face hunger or housing insecurity — from educationdive.com by James Paterson Excerpt: Seven out of 10 students at two-year […]

The Super Teens Of The 21st Century

The Super Teens Of The 21st Century Infographic Super active. Super busy. Super stressed. Modern teens are over-stimulated and over-burdened, and it's leading to an […]

Virtual Summer School Advantages

Summer is full of endless opportunity. Kids have the opportunity to spend their days outside, hang out with friends and relax after the school year. […]

Self-Discipline Needed for Online Schooling

Full time online learners will tell you that their online education has allowed them to succeed in ways that traditional schooling might not allow. Online […]

SHIFT HAPPENS 2, 2019: Finding Strong Footing: The Future of Assessment in the Learning-to-Employment Landscape

Excerpt: CONCLUSION This paper has outlined the plethora of new credential types, uses, and modes of delivery. It also has highlighted advancements in assessment. In […]

How to Communicate with Parents, Students, and Colleagues (The Easy Way!)

Keeping Everyone on the Same Page Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult When You Use this Simple Hack… Whether your students are in pre-kindergarten, high-school, or […]

Especially meant for students: Some oldies but goodies on the best ways to study/learn!

The Lesson You Never Got Taught in School: How to Learn! — from bigthink.com by Simon Oxenham (from 2/15/13) Psychological Science in the Public Interest […]

Attention, college shoppers. These schools are slashing their prices. [Anderson]

Attention, college shoppers. These schools are slashing their prices. — from washingtonpost.com by Nick Anderson Excerpt: As soaring tuition scares off many families, a growing […]

Can Text Messages Home Help Build Vocabulary? Q&A With Temple University Researchers

A new effort shows promising signs that carefully crafted text messages to family members can help young children learn new vocabulary words they are seeing […]

Student Spotlight: Mase

Congratulations to Mase, our Student of the Month! Mase is currently a junior at Achieve Virtual and is in his third year of enrollment with […]

Meet the Teacher: Robert Lewis

Congratulations to Robert Lewis, the You Make a Difference Award winner for last month. In this post, we highlight one of our wonderful social studies […]

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