The junior jumps for joy as she holds her class list in her hands. She made all the classes she wanted. Her face glows with jubilation. She hugs her family and her dog. She dances around the room and tells her friends who are worried and confused as to why she's happy. But she isn't just happy, she's ecstatic! She launches herself into the new semester refreshed and excited. However, the joy doesn't last for long. Her AP US History class starts late, putting her into panic and mayhem. She struggles to stay afloat in her first semester. Homework buries her. Essays assail her. And her grades!! Oh the horrors! The pain! How will she survive?!
Founded in 2009, iHomeEducator, Inc. is a leading indie designer, developer, and publisher of mobile apps. The company has released both educational and productivity apps to supplement school curriculum and to help people be more efficient.
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iHomeEducator, Inc. was one of more than 300 attending the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2013 symposium and 500 registered for the webinars organized during the UNESCO second annual Mobile Learning Week (MLW 2013), which took place at UNESCO Headquarters from 18 to 22 February 2013.
Feb. 26, 2013 - Washington D.C. continues hearings on education. Last February 15th a series of witnesses spoke to the United States House of Representatives Education & The Workforce Committee on "Raising the Bar: How Education Innovation Can Improve Student Achievement". On February 28th, 2013 the hearings continue on "Raising the Bar: How are Schools Measuring Teacher Performance?".
Multiple virus attacks have been reported recently which have attacked companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Apple.
It seems these are different virus types but the most recent virus can actually open a backdoor in Mac computers for hackers to attack. This type of virus is called a trojan horse. The virus infects computers through various means. Earlier virus attacks were through email attachments however this most recent virus attacks through a browser enabled to run Java when a user visits infected websites.