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Back To School 2020 – Let’s Be Safe, Wear A Mask

  One of the ways to help ourselves stop the spread of viruses is to wear a mask. Some of the students are now returning to an in-person class, which means they will be wearing masks in school and in public areas. As parents and guardians, we should be able to emphasize how wearing masks

Back To School Safe Reopening Plans – Learn Our Strategy To Building Better Schools

Going back to school this coming September is a choice we all have to take eventually, but how we return back to school prepared is what drives contentions and anxieties for all stakeholders and custodians of our future. At Advancity Education, we believe the answer to the myriad of questions and concerns all parents, educators and our community crave lies right in our recently upgraded personalized blended classroom experience.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Outbreak update – Prevention is better than panic!

We are aware of growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) and while there are no confirmed cases at our learning center, we are taking proactive measures within our community. We are taking proactive temporary measures to ensure the health and safety of all our stakeholder. Hence, all students in-class sessions will transition to our online

How can you make learning easy and effective?

Contrary to popular opinion, when looking to advance your learning, textbooks and lectures are usually not the best option for most students. Whether you are taking a regular class or studying for SAT exams, you can greatly increase your productivity by following a study schedule designed to complement your particular learning style.

6 Fun Facts about Canada

1. The grading system is different between China and Canada. Most international students are used to the letters system, based on a letter from A to F, which ranges from superior to average performance to failure. Many colleges and universities in Canada use this scale to evaluate how well students are performing.

US immigration reaffirms that I-20s should not be sent to agents

The US government recently confirmed its long-standing policy that Form I-20s may only be released directly to the applying student. One implication of this is that the I-20 may not be sent to an education agent acting on the student’s behalf US immigration officials say that this policy is in place for reasons of privacy,

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