Stop texting and driving… and you could win a $10,000 college scholarship!

Thumb WarsTexting behind the wheel is 6 TIMES more likely to cause a car accident than driving drunk. Buzzkill.

But good news: your thumbs can bring texting and driving to a screeching halt. Here’s how:

1. Order two (free!) pairs of Thumb Socks (yep, lil’ socks for your thumbs).

2. Keep one pair of Thumb Socks, share the other with a friend, and remind them not to text and drive.

3. Submit a pic of you and your friend rocking your Socks. You’ll enter to win a $10,000 scholarship!

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Back to Basics’ Growth Spurs Hiring Needs for Teachers, Tutors and Translators in Delaware

Cute little boy with bookBack to Basics serves the needs of a wide range of students with instruction in more than 60 subjects. Whether a student is pre-kindergarten through college age, or older adult, ou
r philosophy of building skills and confidence remains the same

Since 1985, the tutors at Back to Basics have been helping students reach their full academic potential. We work with remedial, special education, and enrichment students. In addition, we work with major corporations and small businesses doing interpretation/translation and teaching employees English as a second language (ESL), time management, writing, foreign languages, and other skills vital in today’s business

OMG! Can u do it? May 31 is National Speak in Complete Sentences Day!

LOGO_medium (1)Slang and text speak is fun… for a while. But, on May 31 you are challeged to speak in complete sentences. That means no fragments and no run on sentences. And, while you’re at it, speak in complete words, too!

According to author Jace Shoemaker-Galloway of The Examiner, Speak in Complete Sentences Day, is an annual holiday that reminds us of the importance of proper writing and speaking skills. While the origins of this holiday are unknown, a frustrated language or speech teacher probably came up with the idea!

Celebrating 30 years of excellence in education!

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