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One of the great perks of remote learning is that you get to personalize your workspace to your needs and preferences. Optimizing your workspace

September 17, 2021

John Zaremba

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According to a survey of 3,000 people in 2019, 76 percent of people reported that having a mentor is important. But only 37 percent

September 8, 2021

John Zaremba

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From the days of Maria Montessori working with a small group of children in an apartment building in Rome in the early 1900s, to

September 2, 2021

Indra Sofian

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After a full school year through a pandemic, most of us know what online learning looks like now, right?  Well, not exactly. There’s a

August 30, 2021

John Zaremba

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The current system of education was designed, conceived, and structured for a different age. It was conceived in the intellectual culture of the Enlightenment

August 20, 2021

John Zaremba

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The team at Sora is proud to announce that our virtual high school is now accredited by Cognia, a world-class network committed to improving

August 13, 2021

John Zaremba

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At Sora, we implement a powerful, empirically-driven approach to academics called project-based learning. If you’re not familiar with project-based learning, or just want to

August 6, 2021

John Zaremba

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August 6, 2021 — Sora, the online high school geared towards experiential, student-led learning, announced today that Chris Wilson would be expanding his consulting

August 5, 2021

Anna Westendorf

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It’s normal for students to express frustration over school from time to time, but what do you do if their struggles at school become

August 3, 2021

John Zaremba

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