The U.S. Should Take Pointers From Top Scoring Education Systems

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The U.S. Should Take Pointers From Top Scoring Education Systems

For many years now, teachers in America have been overlooked for their hard work and passion for educating students. Lately there has been a heavy focus on education practices and teachers in America which has caused education areas to be highlighted.

McGraw-Hill has conducted some research on the most successful education systems in the world. According to their results, raising the status of the teaching profession can make a huge difference in the quality of education that the country’s children receive. The top scoring education systems were found in South Korea, Singapore and Finland. These countries search for top graduates to fill teaching positions. They also offer higher pay and give teachers mentors.

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ICouldBe Bringing e-Mentors to Your School with Your Help

Young adulthood is full of challenges and difficult decisions. Without the proper support, it’s easy for kids to drop out of high school, get depressed and lead a mediocre existence. From the economy to the crime rates, a poorly-educated population affects everyone. Providing support to teenagers is a critical step in improving our world because, after all, our future is in their hands. One campaign matches virtual mentors with high school and middle school students who need them. The e-mentors on icouldbe.org provide assistance with academics, applying to colleges and finding jobs.

According to icouldbe.org, the guidance counselor to student ratio is 1:5,000 in the United States. We clearly can’t depend on such a small number of professionals to guide our youth when there are so many of us who could also help make a difference. Read the rest of this entry »



StudentMentor.org Helps Students Find the Perfect Mentor

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Deciding which major is best for you can be a stressful process. Getting halfway through your junior year and wondering if you should change your major is an even more stressful process. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you had a mentor who had been there, done that, and was willing to share his/her experiences with you? That’s where StudentMentor.org comes in.

StudentMentor is a completely free service that matches students with their ideal mentor. There are mentors who volunteer to help students in all industries, whether you are a biochemistry student or a professional writing student. Both mentors and mentees submit matching profiles and are then presented with a list of possible matches. Once you find a mentor/mentee who meets your needs, the two of you can meet and start developing a mentorship. Read the rest of this entry »





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