We offer products and services inspired by and crafted for students, teachers, and parents worldwide.
This innovative writing program teaches upper elementary, middle school, and high school students how to tell captivating stories through the use of photographic and creative writing techniques. Presently available in English and Spanish.
3-layered washable masks and carrying cases (pouches) for children and adults. Customized embroidering can help deliver education knowledge such as vocabulary and math facts.
This NAPPA award-winning colorful guidebook—available in English and Spanish—helps parents, guardians, teachers, tutors, homeschoolers, administrators, and education service providers to identify and rectify learning problems that students face inside and outside the education environments.
Promoting positive news that impacts all shareholders in education, including the presentation of esoteric topics for the non-educator and the advancement of research that aims toward improved acquisition of knowledge
We provide on-site and remote services such as our English- and Spanish-language journalism program entitled Captions. We also customize materials schools already use as well as curate materials for schools and parents of home-schooled children,
Are you an educator and content expert who would like to publish an article, a book, or an app in your area of expertise? We could publish your books or help you with the self publishing process.
We help educators publish their own printed and electronic materials that disseminate content effectively, look professional, and produce profits.
We take care of most of the technical aspects of your work. We can provide the following:
What is dyslexia? Dyslexia affects up to 1 in 5 people, but the experience of dyslexia isn't always the same. This difficulty in processing language exists along a spectrum -- one that doesn't necessarily fit with labels like "normal" and "defective." Kelli Sandman-Hurley urges us to think again about dyslexic brain function and to celebrate the neurodiversity of the human brain.
University of Maryland researcher shows why bilingual readers might be dyslexic in one language, but not another.
Dr. Samantha Hornery, Manager of Educational Support at Learning Links in Australia, teaches us more about Dyslexia and explains the warning signs.
Sensory Processing Disorder: What is it? What are treatment options? Interview with Wall Street Journal reporter Sumathi Reddy.
Sensory Processing Disorder: Occupational Therapy Demonstration
Anxious About Learning: Helping Kids Find Success
Scott Stossel on Helping Kids Cope With Anxiety by 'Pushing Gently'