It is very important to check
the source of your information in today's world. Which people you choose to believe may decide your future.
Whose advice will you follow? Here is a little about this site's designer so
you can decide if her information can help you have more success.
Kathy has helped lots of young people have more success learning math and science so they can free themselves from the unkind
or the uncaring. Along the way Kathy has had the opportunity to compare many types of curriculum to see which ones worked
better in which situations.
These days, Kathy is off the 'net helping people make a better future for
themselves. She hopes she sees you in her travels. Feel free to use the information and clues she has left on
this site and elsewhere. Wishing you an awesome life!
Kathy's materials have already been downloaded by
over 4000 parents, teachers, librarians and other important educators. Go nice people!!!!!
Please note: This site isn't meant to be popular as it isn't always safe to
be popular or to trust people who are popular. The purpose of this site is to help the nice people who find the site
and are using their brains to make their lives and the lives of the people they care about better. If it helps even
just a few families give themselves a better life, then it will have been successful.
This site is
designed to be self supporting. There are no ads, corporate sponsors, charitable contributions, secret tracking or other
activities that would create a conflict of interest with its purpose. (Please be aware, however, that other entities
may be secretly tracking you. It is important to know how people make their money and what they do with your personal
information so you can protect yourself.)
A hero is
usually only as good as his or her helpers. Wise seekers pick whom they follow very carefully. If you become
your own hero, the journey is lots more fun and much better for you! Want to know why?
usually safer! Most people are nice, but not all people. It is important to be able to tell the difference. How do you plan
on learning how to tell the difference? Especially if a superhero doesn't show up?