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Last But Not Least . . . The SchoolQuest.org Library Glossary!

06/12/2012 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Your Child's Ages & Stages, Special Topics

By now most students are excitedly celebrating the end of yet another school year.  To commemorate the occasion, I thought we’d take a look at the “end” of our very own SchoolQuest.org™ Library . . . the glossary!   As the last “topic” listed, it may get overlooked; however, it serves a very valuable purpose!  Read on to learn more . . .

Good to Know:

  • Developed in spring of 2005
  • One-stop “shop” for definitions/explanations of terms and acronyms often used in educational settings
  • Just like the glossary you’d find in a trusted resource, listings are provided from A to Z
  • Listings often include web site links for more information on a topic or organization
  • Included is a “bonus” link to references and notes as an added resource

So stop by the SchoolQuest.org™ Library and check out the glossary . . . it’s always open and our resources are always available to “check-out” . . . for the sake of the child!

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