Getting Your Education

My friends at Educator.com recently rolled out their new website.  Sufficient to say, they did a great job on the new site design & the content looks very promising.  It’s very interesting to see how their business model will work out, $20 a month or $200 a year subscription. 

With all of the education budget crisis we are seeing in this country, could a system like this help fill the void?  Educator isn’t offering “core” classes, rather advanced Math & Science, in which good teachers are tough to come by & students are of a different nature. Just a thought… 

Some of their courses

Algebra I

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

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Tim

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15 thoughts on “Getting Your Education

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