Back to School Giveaway

It is back to school time! To celebrate, EducationBug.org is giving away a starter pack of school supplies. To enter simply Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EducationBug. To increase your chances of winning, you get a second entry when you share our Back to School Giveaway photo, just click the ‘Share’ button under the giveaway photo on our Facebook page. After you have ‘liked’ and ‘shared’ just leave us a comment letting [...] Continue Reading…

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, Read Across America Day

Dr. Seuss’ 108th birthday was celebrated across America on Friday, March 2 on Read Across America Day. The day is set aside to celebrate the life and work of Theodor Seuss Geisel, Dr. Seuss, and the importance of reading in daily life. Students from coast to coast celebrated in many different ways, from reading a Dr. Seuss story in class to going to the movies to watch “The [...] Continue Reading…

Single Sex Education vs Co-education

The debate between single sex education and co-education continues. In this Single Sex Education vs Co-education post we will look at some of the arguments for and against each to determine which type of education is really better or if there is enough evidence to decide. Naturally there are statistics both for and against single sex education, depending on who is providing the statistics and evidence. Possibly the most [...] Continue Reading…

Public School vs Homeschool

Public school vs homeschool, what are the pros and cons of each. How does one decide which option is the best for his or her child(ren). In this public school vs homeschool post we will look at some of the pros and cons of each as well as some questions to ask and things to consider when making the decision about where your children with gain the best education. [...] Continue Reading…

National Education Week Nov 13-19, 2011

National Education Week is Nov 13-19 for the 2011 year. This year is the 90th year for the National Education Week celebration. Started in 1921, National Education Week is a time that is used to celebrate academic achievements and hard work of students, honor teachers and staff, recognize parents and members of the community that help at the schools, and let local and national communities know about issues in [...] Continue Reading…

Red Ribbon Week 2011

Red Ribbon Week 2011 is October 23-31st. The theme for the Red Ribbon Week 2011 is “It’s up to me to be drug free” giving teens and children everywhere the sense of personal responsibility they have in keeping oneself drug free. The week of Oct 23-31st is the nationally recognized week for Red Ribbon Week, but  if your school missed out on it this week, don’t be afraid to [...] Continue Reading…

Education City Review & Education City Free Trial

In this Education City review we will take a look at who Education City is and what they have to offer. We will also talk a little about the Education City free trial for those that are interested in learning more about Education City. Education City is a website offering online education activities designed primarily for PreK to 6th grade students. Topics covered include: Math, Language Arts, Science, and [...] Continue Reading…

Free Education

With most public schools in the U.S.  recently starting a new school year I have been hearing parents grumble about “free education”.  Referring to the fact that they are tax paying citizens and yet they are required to pay sometimes hundreds of dollars to register their children in public school.  In the United States, like many other countries, primary education is funded through taxation or charitable organizations versus tuition [...] Continue Reading…

Back to School Activities

Back to school activities come in many varieties depending on the age of the children or teens going back to school, the type of school the children will be attending, the teacher, and many other factors. In this post we would like to take a look at some of the types of back to school activities that can make the transition from summer back to a school schedule more [...] Continue Reading…

Education Software

There are many different types of education software available.  This article helps define what education software is and offers examples of what teachers, students, and schools can expect to find in education software.  Keep reading to see what type of education software may fit your needs.What Is Included in Education Software?Education software refers to any software that has an educational function or a function in education. It includes a [...] Continue Reading…