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Mutual funds -Everything You Need To Know

Mutual funds -Everything You Need To Know A lot of times you might think of investing in shares.  But you hesitate because of the risk factor involved.  All the more your fear is due to lack of knowledge on the share market.  All those jargons like put option, futures, pull option etc. always look tough.  […]


Bitcoin Code- Understanding bitcoin trading

Bitcoin Code- Understanding bitcoin trading Cryptocurrency trading has proven to be the most revolutionary idea in today’s time. There has been a lot of news about this being the next big step in business. Bitcoins have already proved to be the most profitable venture ever. Many countries have been using bitcoins now and have been […]


A Keynote On Franchise Business

A Keynote On Franchise Business Currently, there are many standard business shops mostly the burger, pizza type eateries or juice types that are popping up in every nook and corner of the city. This may either represent a popular national or international brand. Have you ever thought on how this is getting structured in our […]


school of one

Its been an era of digital world since we stepped into millennium!! There has been lots of development on all grounds of the social media, cybersecurity, software for every single day to day activities and lot more. Now it the time for the monetary part to go digital and it has outperformed beyond imaginations and […]




San Francisco Flex Academy Posted on May 19th, 2011 by Blended-learning profiles

Note: The information in this profile represents SY2010-11 unless otherwise indicated. School/organization overview Name San Francisco Flex Academy (in partnership with K12, Inc.) Type Charter school Locale Urban Headquarters San Francisco, California First year of operation SY2010-11 Grades served 9-12 Enrollment % FRL 60% % Black or Hispanic 75% Per-pupil funding $7,250 Website http://www.k12.com/sfflex/ Blended-learning […]


How digital learning can (and must) help excellent teachers reach more children Posted on September 12th, 2011 by Bryan Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hassel

Thanks to Michael Horn for letting us add onto his noteworthy post “Why digital learning will liberate teachers.” Here we want to second his point and add another: schools – and nations – that excel in the digital age will be those that use digital tools both to make teaching more manageable for the average […]