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Home | High Marks Academic Coaching Service 06/01/2020

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Please visit us @ www.thehighmarkscoach.com
and sign your child up for online academic coaching services. It will prepare them for the upcoming school year.

Home | High Marks Academic Coaching Service Since our founding in 2006, High Marks Academic Coaching Service has been known for quality services, exceptional efficiency and the highest level of professionalism. High Marks exclusively works with Academic Coaches with a degree in Education. No matter what service you’re looking for, we guaran...


Please contact us at [email protected] or call us at 901.646.0278 for immediate academic help for your students.


Are you an educator seeking to help children continue their academic journey while school is out? High Marks Academic Tutoring Service needs you to help ensure scholars receive the academic supports they need during this time.

Applicants need to have a bachelor's degree or its equivalent and be able to supply proof of their education levels. Since this is an online tutoring position, applicants are also required to have their own computers and high speed Internet connection.

You can work from your own home or anywhere with high speed Internet connection. Live tutoring is done through a virtual whiteboard and/or Zoom. Scheduling is flexible.


Bachelor's (Required)

Job Types: Part-time/Contract

Salary: $15.00 /hour


total teaching/tutoring (combined): 1 year (Preferred)
teaching: 1 year (Preferred)

Work Location:

Fully Remote


Work from home
Flexible schedule

This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:

Passionate about education -- loves teaching children

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High Marks Academic Coaching Service will begin providing online services in the May.

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High Marks Academic Coaching in action.


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Come party with me for a cause. The Village and High Marks Academic Coaching Service will be coming together to celebrate teachers and support the students of SCS on August 17th.


Now, is a great time to start tutoring for the 2019/2020 school year. Please email us at [email protected]


Contact us for your tutoring needs.


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Developing Impactful Initiatives


Developing Impactful Initiatives Join us for an exciting opportunity to determine how to maximize your impact with the youth in Memphis, TN. Merriam Webster defines impact as “to have a direct effect or impact on”. No matter what your professiona, we are able to have a lasting positive impact that will allow the youth of Memphi...


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Parental effort is consistently associated with higher levels of achievement, and the magnitude of the effect of parental effort is substantial. We found that schools would need to increase per-pupil spending by more than $1,000 in order to achieve the same results that are gained with parental involvement.” - Karen Smith Conway, professor of economics, University of New Hampshire



Tennessee Report Points To "Systematic Failure" In Teacher Evaluation System.

The Tennessean (7/17, Gonzalez) reports that the Tennessee Department of Education has released a new report which found that the state's new teacher evaluation system "'systematically failed' to identify bad teachers and provide them more training." Moreover, the report "found that instructors who got failing grades when measured by their students' test scores tended to get much higher marks from principals who watched them in classrooms. State officials expected to see similar scores from both methods." The paper quotes the report, "Evaluators are telling teachers they exceed expectations in their observation feedback when in fact student outcomes paint a very different picture. This behavior skirts managerial responsibility." The piece notes that the student performance-based evaluation system is part of the state's obligations under its Race to the Top grant.

The AP (7/17, Johnson) reports that as a result of the study, state education leaders are "considering changes" to the system, noting that the report "said about two-thirds of the state's teachers should be allowed to opt for a smaller portion of their evaluations to be based on such data. ... The recommendation seeks to address concerns raised repeatedly by teachers since the evaluation measure was first enacted as part of Tennessee's federal Race to the Top grant application in 2010." The piece notes that Education Commissioner Kevin Huffman "didn't discuss specifics, but he said his report - which is due to lawmakers next month - will also deal with value-added testing data." The Knoxville (TN) News Sentinel (7/17, McCoy) runs a similar report.

Top 5 Ways to Prevent Rusty Summer Readers | ED.gov Blog 06/12/2012

Top 5 Ways to Prevent Rusty Summer Readers | ED.gov Blog

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Top 5 Ways to Prevent Rusty Summer Readers | ED.gov Blog With summer vacation started or on its way, as parents or guardians, it’s important to ensure that reading remains on your child’s schedule even while school is out. Reading over the summer is important not only because it improves literacy and language skills, but also because it prevents what has ...


Children are often scared and angry when they are bullied. They may not know what to do. Teach them to:

1. Talk back. Say, "Leave me alone," or "You don't scare me." Have your child practice saying this in a calm, strong voice.
2. Walk away. Don't run, even if you are afraid.
3. Tell an adult. A parent or teacher can then take steps to stop the bullying.


Congrats to Antonio Harvey for becoming a member of New Leaders for New Schools.


Tomorrow is the start of TCAP in Memphis. Let's pray for the students and the teachers. The students' futures are at stake and the teachers' jobs are on the line.


Teachers are truly underappreciated.


Will the Race to the Top laws transform the education profession into an "In today and out tomorrow" career? What is your opinion?



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