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  • The Pros and Cons of Smartphones in the Classroom
    The Pros and Cons of Smartphones in the Classroom

    Should smartphones be allowed in the classroom? Phones offer multiple forms of communication -- voice, text and video -- as well as a connection to the Internet, access to audio and video streaming, satellite navigation and a veritable galaxy of apps. But ...

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  • The College Essay That Conquered the Ivy League
    The College Essay That Conquered the Ivy League

    Applying for college is a long, difficult, even painful process. Young people work so hard to paint themselves as desirable candidates for universities that are all but guaranteed to receive far more applicants than than they can ever hope to approve. ...

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  • Tutor Doctor Announces Finalists for Tutor of the Year!
    Tutor Doctor Announces Finalists for Tutor of the Year!

    Every year, Tutor Doctor recognizes the very best among the many thousands of tutors we employ worldwide. Being named Tutor of the Year is an honor given to those who display extraordinary dedication, passion and sacrifice -- those who go the extra mile ...

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  • Autism: Toward a Deeper Understanding
    Autism: Toward a Deeper Understanding

    As medical and educational professionals and researchers deepen their understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the prevalence of Autism continues to rise. This is not necessarily because more students suddenly have Autism Spectrum Disorder but ...

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