Summer reading is essential. Research has shown that children who continue to read during summer vacation perform better in the fall when school resumes, and that even reading for simple summer enjoyment helps children with literacy skills, while helping prevent learning losses.
“Reading even five books is enough to prevent a decline in reading achievement scores over the summer,” says Lynette M. Fraga, Ph.D.
Back to Basics Learning Dynamics can help your child learn to love reading this summer, with summer reading enrichment camps and programs for all ages:
Read to Succeed! Maintenance & Enrichment (K-1st, 2nd – 3rd, 4th-5th)…
Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is expanding and currently has some outstanding part-time opportunities for experienced face-to-face interpreters. The pay rate for these positions is $25 / hour unless otherwise noted.
Foreign Language Interpreters Job Description
Qualified candidates will meet with clients in person at daytime appointments, assisting at doctor appointments, school conferences, consultations, and other events. Positions are located in New Castle County, Delaware, Kent County, Delaware and southern Chester County, PA.
All jobs are part-time, on an as-needed basis.
Foreign Language Interpreters Job Requirements
- Must have 1+ year of professional interpreting experience on your resume, exclusive of services
The Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship is supported by the Archie Fund of the Society of Petroleum Engineering (SPE) and awards an outstanding student who plans to enter a university and pursue an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering, according to your country or region. SPE also awards scholarships for undergraduates and fellowships for graduate students to support student members pursuing degrees related to the oil and gas industry.
- Deadline: April 15, 2018
- Eligibility: To apply, applicant must:
- Submit an appraisal from your high school principal, adviser, or counselor with your academic history.
- Upload a letter of recommendation from a counselor, teacher
According to Peterson’s, one of the most highly respected sources for college admissions information, “With the recent trend of more colleges going test optional, you may think that test scores have become less important in college admissions, but this isn’t exactly the case. The reality is there are many schools and many categories of students for whom test scores remain very important.”
But, which test should you take? The SAT? the ACT? Both?
The real answer is… it depends. So, we’ve compiled a list of the important differences between the ACT and SAT tests, to help you determine which is …