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SkillsUSA Week – Why You and Your Students Will Want to Get Involved

We are pleased to let you know that this year’s SkillsUSA Week is coming up soon February 2-8 2020. It’s not too late for your students and your school to get involved. Read more

What You Need to Know about Early Decision and Early Action College Acceptances - Student Research Foundation

What You Need to Know about Early Decision and Early Action College Acceptances

With early decision and early action letters from colleges arriving in applicants’ mailboxes or on the way, this is a good time to review the basics of what early decision and early action programs mean. Read more

Free Online AI Courses - Student Research Foundation

Free Online AI Courses Your STEM Students Should Know About

Artificial Intelligence is generating a lot of buzz these days. Your students may be interested in it, but do they understand what AI really is and how it is used in business, medicine, the military, and other applications? Do they understand basic AI concepts like machine learning, neural networks, and predictive diagnostics?

High school students who are interested in AI could take online courses that are being offered currently by a number of universities. The problem is that those courses tend to be expensive. Read more

Online Creativity Tests - Student Research Foundation

A Quick Review of Online Creativity Tests

There are many career and aptitude tests online. But what about creativity tests? Are any worth recommending to students, or worth taking yourself?

We recently took four online creativity tests, and here is what we found. Read more

How Violent and Dangerous Are America’s College Campuses - Student Research Foundation

How Violent and Dangerous Are America’s College Campuses?

“I look at my dear and darling students in my classes,” says a high school teacher, “and I am heartbroken to think that next year they will be living in danger on college campuses, which seem so prone to crime of all kinds. I hate to send them out there unprotected!” Read more

How College Students can Plan to Vote in the Presidential Election - Student Research Foundation

Now Is the Time for College Students to Plan How They Will Vote in the Presidential Election

It might seem like the next presidential election is way in the future. But the fact is, it isn’t. Voting day is November 3, 2020, and the clock is ticking. If you are a college student who will be voting from campus, not from home, the time to plan how you will vote is NOW, not later. Read more