10 Facts About Dr. Seuss Books

10 Facts About Dr. Seuss Books

November 6, 2012

In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd, Social Grocery pays tribute to the professor of prose with fun facts about 10 of Seuss’ notable stories. Source

The Under-Educated States of America

The Under-Educated States of America

July 21, 2012

Currently 22 out of 100 students enrolled in public schools in the U.S. drop out before graduating. This year, an estimated $543 billion will be spent on public education and the national average expenditure per student is projected to be $10,844, yet students in many states continue to fall below the national average in reading […]

Most Loved Children

Most Loved Children’s Books

July 1, 2012

The month of March is considered National “March into Literacy” Month, and was created to promote reading among children. Literacy Month and its sponsor, Toys for Tots Literacy Program, work to increase opportunities for our nation’s most economically disadvantaged children by providing them with access to resources that can improve their ability to both read […]

Choosing a Literacy Assessment

Choosing a Literacy Assessment

June 25, 2012

There are a wide variety of literacy and essential skills assessments available for your needs. Luckily, this shows the main assessments available in Canada, which essential skills they test and what their indivdual features are. Source

How Our Students Stack Up Against The World

How Our Students Stack Up Against The World

May 27, 2012

Course Hero’s latest infographic takes a look at education on a global scale. It’s safe to say that few things are more important to social and economic development than the education of the next generation. We examine how global education has progressed over the last few decades, delving into how participation in all levels of […]

Literacy Rate & Girl Child Population of India

Literacy Rate & Girl Child Population of India

May 8, 2012

The Indian Census 2011 Provisional report revealed a shocking fact of decreasing number of Girl Child (914 per 1,000 boys) than previous Census 2001(927 per 1,000 boys). It is an alarming sign, mentioned by all the media and progressive thinkers. Some blames the social structure for that, some the education. Source