Magoosh for Schools

Tips for improving student ACT and SAT test scores.

Best Practices for Instructors Using Magoosh

Every educator has their own unique approach to teaching, but to help get you started we’ve put together some useful guidelines for prepping your students with Magoosh.

Educator Resources for Teaching About Racism and Social Justice

The murder of George Floyd by police officer Derek Chauvin on May 25, 2020, followed by nationwide...

Magoosh vs. Khan: Which SAT Test Prep is Right for You

Students often ask us about Khan Academy, a non-profit educational organization that offers all...

We’re Here for You: Free SAT and ACT Accounts for Schools!

We know that with students finishing classes from home, school looks a little different this...

Students Who Use Magoosh Perform Better on the ACT and SAT

  Teachers and administrators are faced with the challenge of adequately preparing their students...

New Instructor Account Feature: Distributing Accounts

Magoosh has rolled out a new process for our bulk partners to make distributing student accounts...

New Instructor Account Feature: Student Answer Review

We have rolled out a new feature to allow you to do a detailed review of student answers! We're...

College Planning Timeline for High Schoolers

A Complete Timeline

All About College Admissions

Whether your students are just starting to look at colleges, or they’ve had their eyes on the same...

New Bulk Account Feature: Assignments

We're excited to announce an exclusive feature for new bulk accounts called Assignments!...

7 Must Haves for Teaching Kindergarten

At the beginning of the school year, teachers need to gather the supplies they’ll need for a...

How to Find Teacher Professional Development Opportunities

As a teacher, you need to complete teacher professional development opportunities to maintain your...

How Do You Become a Teacher Aide?

Do you lack a teaching degree or license but love working with young learners? If so, you may want...

6 Ways to Celebrate Classroom Birthdays

I am a self-proclaimed Birthday Brat! In fact, I come from a long line of Birthday Brats. We take...

Should I Become a Teacher? 10 Things to Consider

Teaching isn’t always — or even most of the time — an easy job, as most teachers are likely to tell...

How to Work While Student Teaching

Student teaching is basically a full-time job. After spending the day with your students, your...

Student Teaching Tips: Helping Your Student with Fragile X

Fragile X syndrome can be tricky to understand and it may not be one of the student teaching...

First Day of School Outfit: What to Wear as a Teacher

You might remember your parents dressing you oh so carefully on your first day of school as a kid....

Does the PPST Still Exist?

If you’ve been on the path to becoming a teacher for over a year, you’ve likely seen the acronym...

Answers to 5 FAQs about Teachers Unions You Should Know

When first entering the field, you hear a lot about teachers unions. And depending on where you...

4 Reasons People Quit Student Teaching

If you’re reading this, you’re probably either:

Top Student Teaching Supplies to Bring on Your First Day

As I prepared for my first day of student teaching, I wasn’t sure what to expect. What would my...

Pros and Cons of Alternative Certification Programs

I originally got into teaching through a nationwide alternative certification program. My...

Best Books to Prepare for Student Teaching

Throughout your college experience you spent a lot of time learning about methodologies and...

6 Tips for Preparing for Maternity Leave as a Teacher

Teaching while pregnant is not always easy. In fact, it can be rather difficult. What’s even more...
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