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Online education is gaining popularity quite fast nowadays. In 2002, a state showed that nearly one in four students take at least some college courses online. If you’re struggling to find informative material to learn from, your best option is attending online universities. That’s right. They do exist. Classes, videos,...
Autumn is here and so is the fun packed things you and your child could do. Long school schedules, busy hours for parents could mean not enough time for outdoor activities. Worry not, SchoolVoice has a couple good ideas you can do. S’mores It’s a traditional night-time campfire treat back in...
During school, we all got nostalgic for these things that kept us jittering in days before the internet made such an impact. If you were lucky enough to learn about them during your computer science or business management classes, you will understand why they were the “it” in the...
A good teacher is any school’s greatest asset. They are high in demand and rare in supply. The best investment any school can make for its students is to recruit the best, most talented teachers, because good teachers inspire and motivate good students. But even the best teachers will agree...
Progress reports are an important tool that connects teachers, students and parents. Progress reports highlight the student’s journey, what has been accomplished academically and what still needs to be done. For teachers, the challenge is two-fold. Firstly, to construct reports that are not only detailed but also clear and concise,...
A good leadership is one of the most indicative qualities of a good school. Take a look at the good schools around you, and what is evident is a startling correlation between school leadership and student achievement. Call him the headmaster, head teacher, chancellor, dean or simply the head,...
According to Entrepreneur Middle East, Millennials spend almost 18 hours a day consuming online content such as social media, texting their friends or browsing the web. This ‘tech-savviness’ might be a concern for many parents because according to them children should be focusing on studies and physical activities and...
Seeing a 4-year old using a smartphone to watch Youtube videos is nothing to be shocked by anymore. And why should it be? We are living in the digital age, where you can get your groceries delivered at home with just a tap on your smartphone screen. So it...
Do the excuses “I’ll do it tomorrow,” “it’s not that important,” and “I don’t have enough information to start” sound familiar to you? If yes, you’re potentially a procrastinator; someone who isn’t intimidated enough by deadlines to actually delay working on principal tasks, or even trivial ones like washing...
In addition to sophisticated curricula, it has become increasingly popular among parents to look for schools that sustain a friendly, positive climate which most teachers aim to foster. Both educators and students spend near half their day, five days a week, in each other’s company. It’s clear, teachers can...

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