Both the SAT and ACT exams test students’ knowledge of where commas should be placed in a list. Unless a list is only two items long, commas should separate items, including the one before “and.” A list can contain many types of phrases, or a combination of phrases, but items in the list should always […]
In an educational landscape drastically changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, students, parents, and schools find themselves traversing a college-readiness path marked by uncertainty.
Do you get colons (:) and semicolons (;) confused? Although they both can be used after an independent clause (a complete thought with a subject and verb), colons can be followed by a word, phrase, or clause whereas semicolons are followed by another independent clause. When you think about when to use a colon, you […]
Traditionally, the SAT® exam has been a paper exam administered at schools and testing centers; however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this may be changing (at least in the short term).
Many people think of esports as something that only professional gamers do, but that’s not the case. Students engaged in esports across the country are gaining STEM-relevant experience by working on and with technology.