Here at Vocabulary.com, we have always believed that one of the best ways to improve your vocabulary while learning about world events is by regularly reading a newspaper like The New York Times. That's why we are especially proud to announce our partnership with The New York Times Learning Network . This partnership will further boost students' literacy skills by bringing Vocabulary.com's word-learning power to students accessing The Times' fresh and engaging content on a daily basis. Continue reading...
While many of our fellow Vocabularians have finished the school year and are heading out for their summer breaks, we here at Vocabulary.com are hard at work making improvements to the site. Continue reading...
We've redesigned the look and added some new features to Vocabulary Lists to make it easier to find and store the lists you most want to use. Continue reading...
Writing in Sunday's Houston Chronicle, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Lisa Falkenberg shone a spotlight on the hundreds of Houston students who got hooked on Vocabulary.com, as one "campus-wide obsession" turned into a recipe for academic success. Continue reading...
Vocabulary.com celebrated the first-place finish of Houston's Chavez High School in the 2014-2015 Vocabulary Bowl with a special ceremony on Friday, May 15. Students, teachers, and staff were presented with the Vocabulary Bowl trophy, medals for the top 100 students, and a special proclamation from the Texas State Senate commemorating the students' impressive achievement. Continue reading...
Teachers, we've got great news. Now, when you sign up as an educator on Vocabulary.com, you can can create classes for every period you teach, monitor the performance of each class, gain insight into where you need to focus your instruction, and use class leaderboards to light a competitive fire among your students. Continue reading...
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In the first annual Vocabulary Bowl, the students of C├ęsar E. Chavez High School outsmarted the competition, mastering more than 300,000 words over the academic year to beat out thousands of others schools from around North America. More than 200,000 students in more than 16,000 schools across the country participated in this year's Vocabulary Bowl. Continue reading...
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