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Tutor Spotlight Rob Pyle

Tutor Profile: Michigan’s Math Free Agent

Michigan resident Rob Pyle works as an engineering supervisor at Ford, but in his spare time, he promotes a unique tutoring program in Ohio. He is a member of several GED support groups on Facebook and Reddit, walking students through tricky math problems and often interacting with adults who would
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SUCCESS! Texas Mom Passes GED®, Thanks Seeds

Notes like this make it all worthwhile. When asked if we could share her story, new grad Azalia Reyes said “OF COURSE. Real people, real life journeys, all different walks of life, if I can do it they can too!” We’re going to miss the 33-year-old Texas mom in our
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Online Tutoring vs. In-Person Tutoring: Which is right for you?

You’ve made the decision to finish your GED. Congratulations! You’ve already taken a huge step, but things have changed — probably more than a little — since you last attended school. And Seeds has changed, too.  Adults now have two incredible options to consider in order to pursue their high
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The Path to Reopening Is Winding

Physical Classroom Reopening Unlikely This Fiscal Year JANUARY 13, 2021 – (Cleveland) “The path to reopen is not straight,” President & CEO Bonnie Entler said in her most recent COVID-response update to stakeholders, issued the second week of the new year. “Each of these messages to you is preceded by
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First Out-of-State Student Graduates from Virtual Classroom

Michigan-native Schanel thought her years of skilled labor would more than make up for her lack of a high school diploma – after all, it had so far. Like many Seeds students, Schanel didn’t finish high school because she chose to stay home and take care of family. Her sister,
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Maryland Couple Finds Hope Across State Lines at Seeds

Launched in September, Seeds of Literacy’s Virtual Classroom has become a lifeline to learning for students across the country.  Anaya and Isaac, who live in Maryland, are grateful for discovering the warm, welcoming way Seeds helps pupils thrive. Anaya met her future husband, Isaac, in 2010, when Anaya (who has
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Another Student Graduates from Virtual Classroom GED® Program

TAIESHA COLLINS grew up in a rough neighborhood. She did well in high school, but only when she paid attention. “I’d clown and pay more attention to my friends in a class setting,” she admitted. Like so many students, she didn’t finish school because she needed to work to support
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[VIDEO] Channel 5 Shares Our Virtual Classroom Story

Earlier this month, News 5 Reporter Jade Jarvis met with members of the Seeds Family at Seeds East. It was the first opportunity for tutor Ed Round and student Eddie Clark to see the COVID-prevention precautions in the classroom (which is still closed.) It was also a chance for Site
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Donors Help Bridge the Digital Divide

In the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, as schools across the nation were closing their doors and moving to virtual instruction, news stories about the inequities in access to technology in some communities abounded.  Reactions on social media underscored the degree to which those with access to technology take
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The Path to Opening Classrooms: Entering Phase 2

August 25, 2020: In a follow-up to her June announcement, Seeds President & CEO Bonnie Entler recently provided stakeholders with an update to her plans for reopening both the Seeds East (Kinsman & 139th) and Seeds West (W. 25th & Clark) classroom locations. Seeds Family,  Just last week, the Governor
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