Tips for accelerating summer learning

Summer is a time for relaxation, but it’s also an opportunity to keep young minds engaged and prevent summer learning loss! This phenomenon, also called the “summer slide,” has been studied since 1906 and often occurs during long breaks when students forget what they learned in the previous school year. To help your child can…

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Best Jobs You Can Do On The Side

Whether you want to become debt-free quickly or save up to achieve your financial goals, the gig economy has made it easy for everyone to earn extra income. Choosing the best side hustle depends on your skills, interests, and available time. It is crucial to find something that you enjoy and that fits into your…

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In their own words: Students’ thank-you messages to teachers

This Teacher Appreciation Week, students wrote thank-you messages that we delivered right to teachers’ inboxes via specially-designed Education.com-themed e-cards! Education.com families shared notes of appreciation with the teachers in their lives, all in the spirit of celebrating educators and the hard work they do throughout the year! Read some of the heartwarming letters children sent…

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Strategies For Long-Term Website Relevance

How can websites remain relevant in the fast-paced and ever-evolving digital landscape? There is no one fix. Today, there are many threats to website relevance, including changes in ranking due to algorithm updates and the increasing use of AI tools like ChatGPT. Websites must work smarter to win over their audiences to remain relevant. This…

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Essential Tips for Stock Trading Beginners

Investing in stocks requires more than luck. Beginners keen on emulating professional stock traders must understand why stock trading is risky. Knowledge, experience, and patience are crucial to the success of a stock market investor from newbies to seasoned pros. The stock market’s attraction is that it can be highly rewarding and it’s really easy to…

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Moscow hints at Western involvement in Putin assassination attempts

Plots to kill the Russian president were earlier reported by the head of Kiev’s military intelligence Kiev has been planning to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin with the direct participation and financial support of the West, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has said. She was commenting on assassination threats against the Russian president mentioned…

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