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judy56
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What's the history and theory of operating Education.com?

I am fond of Education.com's history. What is your theory of operating this website?
In Topics: Outside the classroom
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi, Thanks for your question.

Education.com was founded in December 2006, and the website was live and publicly announced in June 2007. Today, millions of parents visit Education.com each month to get the information they need to support their childrenâs unique educational and developmental needs, and to find ideas for how to make learning more fun.  Whether their kids are typical, have special needs, or are gifted, parents have quick and easy access to the answers they need and the support they want â plus activities and printables that help bring learning to life. From kindergarten readiness to college prep, Education.com is the leading destination for involved parents.

In using Education.com parents:

>Have free access to thousands of articles. In addition to creating our own content, weâve teamed up with the worldâs leading universities, publishers, non-profits, research organizations, teachers, psychologists, and physicians to offer highly credible information on hundreds of topics that is current, well organized, and easy to understand.

>Can explore over a thousand hands-on activities or print hundreds of worksheets, games, and coloring pages â all sorted by grade level and topic â to help make learning at home more fun.

>Have the ability to share advice with Education.comâs community of thousands of parents and our panel of experts using this Q&A resource (JustAsk).

>Can use our SchoolFinder tool to learn more about their current schools or research new ones.

>Have access to best-of-breed academic services, including online math, reading, writing, and world language programs, educational CDâs, and educational games.

Below is a link to more information about the Education.com team and philosophy. Let us know if there's any additional information you seek. Thanks!
> 60 days ago

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