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By Edward Ornstein, Dr. Phillips High School, Orlando, Florida Some young adults are better students than others, and it’s not just due to intelligence. It’s rare for a student to be so intelligent that they automatically ace every test; most of the time it’s the strategy that a person uses …
Pretend you're a high school student getting your nightly Facebook fix. As you scroll through your news feed, what do you see? Photos, gossip, YouTube videos, and calculus homework. Wait, what?
This app's touch-sensitive periodic table will help make chemistry class much more interactive. Select different elements to learn more about their properties and get definitions of nucleobases, as well.
By Rachel Donohue, highschoogle blogger. Are you scrambling to get through your summer reading assignments before school begins and suffering, like me? Or maybe you haven't even cracked a
A Yahoo! Answers user who posted an urgent request for help with a book report on DC Pierson's (pictured above) The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To received a
It seems the smoke has barely cleared from those Fourth of July celebrations, but in many parts of the U.S., parents are trying to light fires under their
Students and parents may complain often and loudly about the homework load these days, saying it has created a stressed-out generation. But a new report contends that is
If you've ever had trouble remembering or want to learn some unusual words this website might be for you. The image above is for the word Gorgonize - to have
The New York Times ran an article last Sunday about the growing trend of students abusing prescription drugs for academic advantages which we posted about earlier this week.
A new trend is growing in popularity in high schools throughout the country and around the world. Drugs. Not drugs for partying and chilling, but drugs to help