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Classroom Helper’s Intern Amy Reflects on her Work Experience

Classroom Helper’s Intern Amy Reflects on her Work Experience

Posted by Amy (Lead Intern, Classroom Helper) on Sep 13th 2017

The sudden influx of back to school commercials signals the end of summer for middle schoolers and college students alike. I will be going back to college this fall, concluding my summer working fo … read more
Education for All and The American Dream

Education for All and The American Dream

Posted by Classroom Helper, Inc. on Aug 18th 2017

As a child growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, I didn’t have access to new books or an updated library system. Educational resources in public schools were limited, so teachers and administrators di … read more
Common Core and Singapore Math

Common Core and Singapore Math

Posted by Classroom Helper, Inc. on Jul 28th 2017

If we can take one thing away from the many, many debates there have been on Common Core, it is that people care deeply about their children’s education. Understandably, when Common Core changed th … read more
A Message from Classroom Helper’s Intern Amy

A Message from Classroom Helper’s Intern Amy

Posted by Classroom Helper, Inc. on Jul 25th 2017

Hi! My name is Amy and I am working as an intern this summer for Classroom Helper in Downtown Seattle.  During the school year, I study Computer Science at Scripps College in Claremont, Califo … read more
​The Importance of Math in the Field of Science

​The Importance of Math in the Field of Science

Posted by Classroom Helper, Inc. on Jul 18th 2017

Mathematics and science are woven together from the very fabric of their nature. A strong foundation in math leads to success in the sciences as all professions focused on science require an unders … read more