Varsity Tutors makes online learning a breeze with free virtual classes and summer camps for grades K-12. The platform features an enriching array of programs ranging from “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales” to “Coolest Women in History,” and “Java Programming Basics.”
With such a diverse set of resources, it’s no wonder 250,000 students have registered for Varsity Tutors in just the last two months.
Vans invites all public and private high school artists to participate in their eleventh annual Vans Custom Culture, an art contest designed to “inspire and empower high school students to embrace their creativity through art and design and to bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets.”
Registration is open now through Jan. 31 and the grand-prize winner of $75,000 will be announced in mid-May.
Thanks to the accessibility of educational resources in the information age, homeschooling is easier (and cheaper) than ever. As a homeschooler or home education teacher, the internet will inevitably become your best friend.
However, it can be tricky to find quality resources. The internet is a vast, wonderful place, ripe with information, but finding resources that are actual, factual, and engaging is where the challenge comes in.