When you visit a teacher page, you will see one of two results.  If a new survey has been completed for that teacher, that is what will appear.  If not, the old ratings will appear. (While we think the new ratings system is much more useful, we decided that until a new survey appears, some […]

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It’s approaching the end of the school year around the world, and at RMT that usually means a lot of new ratings. Since last month we’ve received a lot of feedback that you miss the ability to leave a general comment. Sometimes it’s because it’s a subject like art or music, and sometimes you just […]

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Here is the two-prong rule we use in determining whether to post a comment: 1. It’s not personal to the teacher. You loved or loathed Mr. X? Great, but neither of those feelings is useful to the next person. We’ll let something nice slip by in context, but we will not let a negative personal […]

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Background In the prior version of the site the ratings weren’t very informative, so users derived the bulk of their information entertainment from generalized comments. There are four kinds of comments:1. Complimentary2. Derogatory3. Vile4. Informative Care to guess which one most people leave? It may surprise you, but it’s #1. The rest follow in order […]

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Have you ever seen one of those posts on your socials from someone posing with a fancy car, or maybe even a jet. They’re not your parents’ age, they’re in their teens or twenties. And they’re saying that YOU TOO can make it big. They’ll even show you how! And so the sales pitch begins […]

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Sine, cosine, and tangent by Sal Khan at Khan Academy

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Science Buddies has a ton of science project ideas here.

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Science Bob has a bunch of science fair ideas here. Also check out the rest of his site for some cool stuff.

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The rough thing about history is that the amount of knowledge keeps growing every year. At least there are some study notes to help you through.

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