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1,000 Los Angeles Students to Receive Free Summer Learning Support Amid Concerns of “COVID” Slide

Originally published by Approximately two-thirds of Los Angeles students from low-income families are still learning remotely, exacerbating a wide COVID-induced learning gap, according to EdSource. To help address this learning disparity, Time4Learning, a top national homeschool platform, will offer summer scholarships to 1,000 children looking to improve their academic standing. Area families will have […]

June 1, 2021

Homeschoolers Across the Country to Participate in Inaugural Virtual High School Graduation Celebration

Originally published by High school commencement ceremonies are one of the most revered rites of passage for American teens, signaling their transition into young adulthood. Time4Learning, an award-winning online homeschooling platform, will honor homeschooled seniors by hosting its first-ever virtual graduation celebration on Thursday, June 3 at 7 p.m. (EDT). The event will feature […]

May 14, 2021

Student achievers in the Capital Region

Originally Published by Top scholars Rebecca Akinwale, Schenectady, was named valedictorian at the Albany Leadership Charter School Class of 2021. She will attend Syracuse University in the fall. Kelsey Hinderliter leads the top 10 at Broadalbin-Perth schools, with a final GPA of over 100. The others are Lilian Mitchell, Aubrey Jennings, Bethany Costanzo, Sarah […]

May 13, 2021

12 Students Win National Art Contest

Originally published by FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Twelve budding artists, selected from thousands of applicants across the country, were recently named winners in a national art contest sponsored by Time4Learning, a national online homeschooling curriculum. Time4Learning asked students ages six – 18 to submit drawings for the chance to see […]

May 4, 2021

Homeschooling numbers soar amid continued school closings, signaling post-pandemic resilience

Some parents plan to return to institutional schools, but industry predicts growth Originally Published by Parents in the U.S. are continuing to show elevated interest in homeschooling, signaling a potential surge as the future of institutional in-person schooling throughout the country remains unclear in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Beginning just over a […]

March 28, 2021

Online Education Leader Releases Free Summer Learning Packet in Response to COVID Slide

Originally published by After a year of education amid chaos, evidence shows millions of students have fallen behind, spurring a learning deficit experts dub “the COVID slide.” To support families looking to narrow this widening learning gap, Time4Learning, a national online homeschool curriculum, has released a free summer learning packet. A recent study reported […]

March 24, 2021

National Pi Day: Educational Resources Available for Families

Originally published by – March, 15 2021 March 14 is a day celebrated by millions of math fans’ around the world: the day is dedicated to both food and the mathematical constant, 3.14. NBC Connecticut celebrated the national day by providing a couple of educational resources and experiences from those around the state. Dawn […]

March 23, 2021

Homeschooling explodes in popularity, CCSD and census data shows

Originally Published by LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — Clark County School District students in grades six, nine and 12 returned to classrooms this week under a hybrid model. Meanwhile, several thousand others are distance learning, but a growing number of students are staying home for a different reason with their parents at the helm. Surveys […]

March 23, 2021

Entrepreneurship: May I introduce John Edelson

Originally Published by John Edelson has a long history in Silicon Valley and London with various cutting edge technology companies working in computer graphics and entertainment, primarily in video games and computer animation for films. A long-time advocate of education, Edelson saw a need for more engaging software in the ed tech industry. He […]

March 18, 2021

What does 2021 hold for homeschooling? More growth | Opinion

Originally published by Sun Sentinel – December 19th, 2020 January 2021 will bring the largest growth to home schooling, ever. COVID-19 vaccines are close to distribution in the U.S., but cases continue to climb. Nearly 20,000 deaths have been reported in Florida alone, and there is immense uncertainty surrounding the long-term consequences of this virus. […]

December 19, 2020

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