Most students dream all year of summer. No school. No obligations. Just 10 weeks of carefree, happy days filled with sun and fun!
While that kind of freedom sounds like Shangri La to most kids, what they don’t realize is that an abrupt end to all academics can cause a serious “brain drain.”
According to the National Summer Learning Association, “Most students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months. Low-income students lose more than two months in reading achievement.”
On June 6, 2014 the world will celebrate the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, the Allied invasion to liberate Europe from Nazi rule. To commemorate the importance of this event, The National WWII Museum asks you to think about a time in your life where you have had to make important plans for success in spite of uncertainty.
This year, The National WWII Museum asks: How Did You Plan to Achieve Success in the Face of the Unknown?
The deadline for submissions is March 28, 2014, 5:00pm CST.
National WWII Museum Student Essay Contest will be judged on originality, clarity of …
Back to Basics Learning Dynamics has immediate openings for Hindi, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Vietnamese translators and interpreters. The positions are for daytime hours Monday-Friday, starting in March 2014.
Please contact Beverly Stewart at 302-379-1010 to discuss job opening specifics and requirements or email resume to .
CLICK HERE to review our employment application and instructions. If you are scheduled for an interview to become a tutor for Back to Basics, you must bring COPIES of all the following items, as we will not be making copies …
If you have a potential college student currently in grades 6th and 12th, it’s never too early – or too late – to get the facts about college! The Red Clay College Fair, held on March 13 from 6:30 – 8:30 at John Dickinson High School in Wilmington, will help answer questions about admissions, housing, and more.
At the Fair you’ll meet representatives from regional colleges and universities, trade and technical schools like Back to Basics Learning Dynamics Business and Trade School, and community colleges. In addition, representatives from firms that provide crucial resources, like Back to Basics’ 1-on-1 SAT/ACT …