OFFICIAL RESULTS: Brooklyn Queens Math Bowl 2016!

OFFICIAL RESULTS: Brooklyn & Queens Math Bowl 2016 Congratulations to all schools and classes who participated in the Math Bowl this year! We had a fantastic turnout of over 700 classes and over 16,000 students! As a reminder, the list of prizes is below: The first place class from each grade K through 8

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USA Ambassador Interviewed by Miami 7 News

USA Ambassador Luke, was interviewed by Miami 7 News. He talks about his experience as a US Ambassador, being flown to New York City to attend the official US Ambassador Celebration Tour. "It was exciting finding out I was nominated, but it was even more exciting when I realized there were only very, very few that

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Human Calculator Visits the US

Human Calculator - Scott Flansburg visited one of Team USA's Ambassadors Melina Salame at Greenwich Academy, Connecticut.   “Numbers are the most powerful language on the planet earth, and I’m going to prove it to you!” That’s what Scott Flansburg, the Human Calculator, told the Lower School girls at a surprise assembly on

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The Team USA WEG Ambassadors Tour!

To celebrate the World Education Games, we recruited 4 of USA's most active students to be Ambassadors for the World Education Games. We kicked of the two days with a fantastic bus tour around New York City, followed by a limo ride around Times Square and an incredible view from Top of

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USA Ambassador Melina visits New York for WEG!

Visiting the World Education Games team in New York got me really excited for the World Education Games. In New York, I met the Human Calculator.  I learned a lot about the World Education Games and went on a really awesome bus tour.   This picture is me at the Top of The Rock. In computer

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British International School is thrilled about WEG 2015!

My name is Michael Murray and I am in Year 6, representing the British International School of Chicago. I am very privileged to be chosen as an ambassador for my country in the World Education Games 2015. I have excellent teachers at our school who give us many opportunities and great learning experiences. I am

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The Human Calculator visits the US!

Scott Flansburg (also known as "The Human Calculator"), has been visiting schools around the U.S. Scott recently showed off his skills at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, New Jersey. This year he is one of this year's World Education Games patrons. Check out this year's WEG patrons. Scott currently holds the Guinness

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Students at St. Juliana’s Catholic School, FL enjoying Live Mathletics!

We are so excited to have St. Juliana's Catholic School, Florida join the Mathletics community. The school's local success manager, Matthew, recently ran an exciting class launch with the students - who loved racing each other in Live Mathletics! See how excited the students get while all competing against each other in Live

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International Literacy Day!

International Literacy Day Tuesday 8th September 2015 International Literacy Day raises people's awareness of and concern for literacy problems within their own communities. New technologies, including mobile telephones, also offer fresh opportunities for literacy for all. We must invest more, and I appeal to all Members States and all our partners to redouble our

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Lets celebrate Labor Day!

What is Labor Day? It is a celebration of the American labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. The History of Labor Day In 1894, Grover Cleveland made Labor Day a federal holiday after a failed attempt to break up a railroad strike. Observed on the first Monday

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Back to School Survival Tips


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Have you made contact with your child’s teacher yet?

Early in the school year, schools often have “meet the teachers nights” or information nights for parents. These are important for two reasons: 1. They allow you to develop relationships with the teacher/s of your child 2. They allow you to learn the language of learning and schooling Research from Australia and overseas has

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8 simple chemistry experiments to mix into the school holidays

8 simple chemistry experiments that your kids can do at home Here are 8 hands on science experiments for kids over the school holiday. These experiments are great for older children, or with assistance from Mum or Dad. So why not pick an experiment together to help engage your kids in science and prepare

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This mother of two has found the formula for surviving back to school

The idealistic world of stock photography showing us some children, possibly from some other universe, uncontrollably excited about heading back to school. As a working mother of two, I know that the first day back of school can be stressful for the whole family. For me its a day of mixed emotions,

WINNER: iAward for innovation in education

We are excited to announce that IntoScience, in partnership with the CSIRO, has received the NSW iAward for innovation in education for the virtual school excursion to the Jenolan Caves. The NSW iAwards, in partnership with UTS, recognise and celebrate the achievements and innovation made in ICT across all areas of the economy. The

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