Welcome to Zealousness, your favorite quarterly published e-magazine covering anything and everything education! True to its name, Zealousness has been enthusiastically promoting dynamic and internationally-minded educational information resources to students, caregivers, and educators since its inception in 2014. Each issue originates from a diverse team of volunteer writers and editors who investigate thoughtful opinion pieces and present readers with informative academic advice derived from a trending educational theme.  With four e-publications each year, each featuring up to 15 articles; our team of writers, editors, and graphic designers are committed to ensure the quality of each publication and keep readers up-to-date on the latest news happening in education around the globe.

With Zealousness, our goal is to maximize cooperation amongst students, parents, and educators locally and nationwide. We strive to build strong relationships with schools, colleges, and other education-focused organizations by providing our services to communities at large.

Letter from the editor

Dear Readers,

Access to knowledge has certainly expanded into many areas such as the Internet or your local library over the past few decades. However, the challenge and newly discovered dilemma in today’s world of digital information is deciphering through what’s real and what’s not. When researching topics of your interest, who is there to guide you through the ideas/opinions that require critical thinking before concluding what you have just read? Having access to educational resources is one thing… gaining real, useful knowledge from that access, and expanding on your expertise or passing this newly gained knowledge further, is yet another.

In this issue, we will explore the many learning options that are available to all of us. Browse through our 12th Zealousness issue to discover, “How Reliable is the Knowledge on the Internet?, Learn how easy it is to, “Accessing Knowledge through Social Media.” And ask yourself, “Do Students in Poverty Have Less of a Chance to Succeed in Public School?” due to the less available resources among others.

Throughout this issue, we will introduce to you only a fraction of ideas to think about. We hope that you will enjoy this issue, keep an open mind, and think critically about how having the access to myriads of resources increases your knowledge in the ways you wish to be beneficial to you in this short life. Read on!

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