The Holmes Education Post (THEP) will provide advertisement of various businesses and organizations promotions to its readers. Prior to advertisement consideration and agreement, please read the following and complete the advertisement form.
The Holmes Education Post is a free education focused Internet newspaper that publishes weekly articles on education issues. THEP also provides solutions and resources to support public education through the publications of educational books. These books include: “Education Questions to be Answered;” “Current Issues and Answers in Education;” “How to Eradicate Hazing;” “Professional Career Paths;” and “Your Answers to Education Questions.” THEP publication date is every Monday. The deadline date for submission is the preceding Wednesday.
THEP represents specifically all public and private schools, colleges and universities. For instance, there are over 14,000 public school districts in the U.S., 98,706 public schools, 49 million public school students and 3.2 million public school teachers (U.S. Department of Education and the National Center for Education Statistics).
THEP represents all readers who can benefit from articles on educational issues and resources to strengthen public education and the economy. We currently promote components of THEP with various school districts, businesses and organizations as highlighted on the website.
As a result, The Holmes Education Post is viewed by an insurmountable number of people each week considering its affiliations with various entities.
THEP’s objective is to ensure that all stakeholders (students, parents, teachers, school administrators, professors, college administrators, etc.) at schools, school districts, colleges and universities respectively receive positive weekly articles on K- 12 schools; higher education; partnerships; career paths; medical Corner (tips) and best practices.
Additionally, THEP’s objective is to ensure that stakeholders receive resources to support professional development, teaching, mentoring and instruction for the improvement of public education. This is accomplished through (1) educational articles to support students, parents, teachers, school administrators, professors and college administrators; (2) ideas and educational best practices; (3) listing of high school, undergraduate and graduate scholarships; (4) videotapes of classroom lectures that demonstrates teaching methods such as Whole Brain Instruction; (5) recordings of talk shows on various educational topics and (6) books that focus on improving education.
Calendar of Publications
For each week, THEP provides an article on issues in K – 12 schools and higher education. It provides an article on career paths of professionals in different fields, medical tips on healthy living such as prevention for cancer. It also provides an article written by business partners and/or publications from professionals in various fields of education.
For mailing, please send payment to The Holmes Education Post, LLC; P.O. Box 77024 Jacksonville, Florida 32226.