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Questions about the Smarter Assessment? Family resources are located here: http://de.portal.airast.org/resources/dcas-alt1/
Young Entrepreneurs Story (YES) Project Be part of the Young Entrepreneurs Story (YES) Project and share your successes, challenges, and advice with other young leaders and entrepreneurs. Do you have a story to tell? We want to hear it! From internships to crowdfunding to launching a business, teens are becoming young professionals today and getting […]
Use what talent you possess: the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.- Henry David Thoreau
National Poetry Month 2015 dear poet “For National Poetry Month 2015, we present Dear Poet, a multimedia education project that invites young people in grades five through twelve to write letters in response to poems written and read by some of the award-winning poets who serve on the Academy of American Poets Board of Chancellors. Students—to […]
Sharing our interests, thoughts, likes, dislikes brings us closer. A FABULOUS student shared this with me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgORGvC1dTg PLEASE stop in the library and SHARE! Knowledge = Power
The Newseum in Washington DC offers an online database of Today’s front pages. Select from a list or by clicking on a map.
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UDLib Search offers a ‘Test Preparation’ section called “Testing & Education Reference Center.” In this database you can find SAT Prep resources AND SAT Subject Tests Prep!! In SAT Prep you will find online practice tests, an online SAT course, SAT online books and other resources useful to ensure your success on the SAT. […]
Listen at The Library of Congress as Former Slaves Tell Their Stories: “Approximately four million Americans enslaved in the United States were freed at the conclusion of the American Civil War. The stories of a few thousand have been passed on to future generations through word of mouth, diaries, letters, records, or written transcripts of […]