"School" Blogs & Blog Posts

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daysgoby is a blog detailing my life in Canada after I moved here from the ...

 
The School Vegetable PatchThe School Vegetable Patch

Information advice and resources for anyone who gardens withs chool childre...

 
How strange to have a paper love.How strange to have a paper love.

Depression, sarcasm, poetry and prose.

 
In the Mommy TrenchesIn the Mommy Trenches

The ups and downs of a mostly stay at home mom trying to balance life, love...

 


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Google publicly disclosed its acquisition of homework helper app Socratic in an announcement this week, detailing the added support for the company’s AI technology and its relaunch on iOS. The acquisition apparently flew under the radar —...

TL;DR: The forever-useful Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus graphing calculator is on sale for $88 at Walmart, saving you $28. Since the dawn of time (okay, 1990), high school and college algebra classes are known for requiring those damn graphing calcul...

It's a bit late to start looking for colleges for September, but Google is ready to give the spring semester a boost by expanding its college search features. To begin with, there's a new exploration tool on desktop and web (pictured at cen...

If you’re a Verizon Up member, you get $10 to support a teacher near you—a promotion that’s good through the end of the month. To use it, go to your Verizon Up app and find the offer. Click “Use now” on the page to get your specific coupon...

Paying off your parking tickets by paying it forward is one of my favorite ideas. Like when Muncie, Indiana let people donate food and supplies for shelter kitties instead of paying in cash. Now that it’s back to school time, quite a few cities...

If you can’t trust your bank, government or your medical provider to protect your data, what makes you think students are any safer? Turns out, according to one student security researcher, they’re not. Eighteen-year-old Bill Demirkapi, a...

Since the mid-1990s, parents have been clipping small rectangular “Box Top” symbols from the tops of our Cheerios, Lucky Charms and Ziplock boxes. We stash them away in our junk drawers, largely unforgotten, until 1. we feel like we finally have...