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Strategies to Make Remote Learning Easier to Manage for Students

With the upcoming school year in Illinois still up in the air depending upon what individual school districts and Governor Pritzker decide, it does sound like this school year will be unlike any other. At the moment, it appears that …

Will More Parents Decide to Homeschool with the Threat of COVID Present?

School districts across America are discussing how best to reopen for the upcoming school year with COVID being a worrisome threat to the health of students, teachers, and parents. In the last couple of weeks, school boards have been under …

Education with COVID: What Is the New School Year Really Going to Look Like?

As the uncertainty of COVID continues to grow with the media seemingly contradicting itself with the current severity of the disease, so does the uneasiness about what the upcoming school year could look like. Of course, much of the anxiety …

Want to Be the Next Literary Giant? The Daily Word Count of Famous Writers

With iAchieve offering a Young Writer’s Workshop in July that will hopefully inspire many children out there to explore their creativity, I thought it would be interesting to examine the work of several legends in the world of literature. Most …

Start Having Your Child Tutored Now for the Upcoming School Year

By the time your child walks into their classroom for the new school year, it will probably have been about six months since they were in such a setting. With the COVID quarantine that was put into place in March, …

Now Is the Time to Focus on the ACT/SAT

With summer underway and the COVID quarantine still partially in place for much of the country, a teenager’s opportunities for summer fun these next few months are drastically limited. For instance, in the area where I live, all public pools …