Translating and interpreting services in Delaware? Back to Basics offers 21 languages!

Translating and interpreting services in DelawareIn the global economy, communication is essential. Since 1985, Back to Basics has been a trusted partner for:

  • schools,
  • medical facilities,
  • government agencies, and
  • businesses of all types.

Our document translating and face to face interpreting professionals are available in over 21 languages for assignments of any size.

Face to Face Interpreting in Delaware

Our highly qualified interpreters facilitate understanding and communication in a culturally appropriate manner for important meetings, medical appointments and consultations, conferences, parent-teacher consultations, appointments, graduations, and to assist visiting foreign language speakers.

Document Translating in Delaware

Our experienced document translators quickly and correctly translate vital documents, …

Don’t let your words get lost in translation! Back to Basics offers professional document translating services

Back to Basics offers professional translating in almost 20 languages.Did you know that Back to Basics offers document translating in almost 20 languages? And, our three decades of experience in the education space ensures that crucial education documents such as IEPs, psycho-educational testing reports, and policy documents are translated correctly.

As a longstanding member of the American Translators Association, Back to Basics  also provides translating for books, manuals, web pages, correspondence, labels, and annual reports for companies and businesses of all sizes. Languages include:

Arabic ● Creole ● French ● German ● Gujarati ● Hindi ● Italian ● Japanese ● Korean ● Mandarin ● Polish ● Punjabi
● Russian …

New Delaware ELA course aims to keep college freshman OUT of remedial classes

Delaware jobs for math and science tutors and teachersStudents who fare well in a new Delaware high school English course are guaranteed to enter credit-bearing English classes at Delaware colleges and universities. The Foundations of College English course was developed through funding from Strada Education Network in partnership with the Delaware Department of Education and Delaware institutions of higher education to reduce college remediation rates.

The development of this course begs the larger question: Why are so many college students in Delaware enrolled in remedial courses?

According to The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, about half of first-year college students discover that, despite earning excellent …

Public feedback sought for Delaware State Report Card

The Delaware Department of Education is seeking online public feedback on data visuals that will be used in the Delaware State Report Card.

The federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires public reporting on schools. The Delaware Department of Education is developing the Delaware State Report Card to replace the current School Profiles site to meet these requirements.

In October, the Delaware Department of Education hosted five community conversation meetings throughout the state to provide background about the Delaware Report Card and to solicit revision recommendations for how educational information and data will be shared with the public. Now the …

Register now for the February 3, 2018 SAT Practice Test

SAT practice Exam in Delaware, February 3, 2018Want to turn a dream college into a reality? The SAT Practice Test is the first step to success!

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc. is offering a $15 SAT Practice Test on FEBRUARY 3, 2018 at its Wilmington, Delaware Education Center. The event will recreate the SAT test experience for students as closely as possible including actual full-length SAT tests, room set-up, proctoring, scoring and timing.

Space is limited to 18 students and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is required before 5 pm on January 25, 2018.

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