Current and former Arizona members of Congress took state salaries in 2022. Here's who
A few current and former members of Congress appeared in The Arizona Republic's 2022 salary database of public employees, with Rep. Juan Ciscomani coming out on top.
Each year, The Republic sends dozens of requests to individual agencies, asking for detailed data for each employee to compile a complete list of public employee pay across the state. Three Arizona members of Congress — former U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., and Rep. Juan Ciscomani, R-Ariz. — were found on the most recent list.
Before Ciscomani was elected in 2022 to his seat for Arizona's 6th Congressional District, he served for more than seven years as a senior adviser to Republican Gov. Doug Ducey. Additionally, he served as the vice chair of the Arizona-Mexico Commission in Ducey's administration.
For his role in Ducey's administration in 2022, Ciscomani was paid $140,000 as an exempt employee. He is the only current or former member of Congress who was paid six figures by the state of Arizona in 2022, although he was not in elected office at the time.
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Jon Kyl, who has served as both a U.S. senator and U.S. representative, in 2022 was paid $75,000 by Arizona State University. He was paid as a part-time employee as a Distinguished Fellow and Scholar of the Office of the President.
That year, Kyl taught a government class through ASU's School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, he told The Arizona Republic. He retired a year later in 2023.
Kyl, who is connected to the university through teaching courses, participating in lectures and working in connection with the school's Kyl Center for Water Policy, which holds his name, has faced criticism surrounding the pay he receives from the school. In 2019, Kyl received nearly $129,000 from the university, while he was also receiving pay from a law firm and a defense company.
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The final member of Congress to appear on The Republic's 2022 salary database is Sinema for her work as a professor at ASU's School of Social Work. Sinema received nearly $30,000 for her role as a teaching assistant professor at Watts College of Public Service & Community Solutions.
In 2022, she taught a total of six upper-division and graduate-level courses related to social work and public policy. Those courses included Public Policy and Advocacy, Legal Issues in Social Work and Developing Grants and Fundraising.
A year before, Sinema faced protesters on ASU's downtown campus. Activists followed her into a restroom on the college campus to question her about immigration reform and spending on social programs.
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NFL sets salary cap at $255.4M. Here's what it means for the Jaguars, Allen and Lawrence
According to overthecap, the jaguars have about $20,520,846 in cap space to use during the 2024 offseason..
On Friday, the NFL announced the league-wide salary cap for the 2024 season will be a staggering $255.4 million per team, representing an unprecedented $30-plus million rise over last year's salary cap, which totaled $224.8 million.
For the Jacksonville Jaguars , that means the team's salary cap situation will be a bit more flexible this season. According to OverTheCap.com, the Jaguars will have about $20,520,846 to use this year. That number accounts for the rookie pool set aside and will change based on whatever the team's final draft picks are.
The number will also likely fluctuate over the coming weeks as more official numbers are realized and roster moves are made. Some movement could become known this week at the NFL Combine .
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That places the team in a solid situation, but more work will have to be done to make moves to improve the team in free agency.
Last year, Jacksonville prioritized savings, restructuring several deals for cap-compliance purposes while working out deals to retain their own. They brought in just a few outside free agents on cheap deals, including kicker Brandon McManus, running back D'Ernest Johnson and defensive linemen Michael Dogbe and Henry Mondeaux.
McManus was added well after free agency and the NFL Draft concluded.
One major contract negotiation the Jaguars conducted last year was with tight end Evan Engram. The team applied a one-year $11,345,000 fully guaranteed franchise tag on Engram around this time, which took up a significant portion of the team's cap space before the parties agreed to a long-term deal ahead of the July deadline.
This year, the Jaguars will be in a similar, but different, position.
With outside linebacker Josh Allen set to hit free agency, the Jaguars will likely have to apply the same principles to his negotiation as they did to Engram's — buy themselves enough time to work out a deal via the franchise tag.
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It feels likely that the Jaguars apply the non-exclusive franchise tag to impending free agent OLB Josh Allen.
General manager Trent Baalke made it clear that Allen would be with the Jaguars one way or another in 2024, implying they will use the franchise tag to retain him if need be.
Applying the tag will also give Jacksonville more time to negotiate with Allen before the league's July 15 deadline to sign a long-term deal. Otherwise, Allen will be forced to either sign and play this year on the franchise tag or sit until he does.
Allen's potential tag number is set... kind of.
If the Jaguars opt to tag Allen after not coming to a long-term agreement before the league's March 5 deadline, they'll owe him either the value of a defensive end or a linebacker. That distinction is important because it represents about a $3 million difference with the latter being worth more.
The defensive end tag is worth $21.816 million while the linebacker tag is worth $24.007 million for one year.
Allen is listed as an outside linebacker on the team's official pages and made the Pro Bowl as an OLB this year. It stands to reason that Allen will have a serious argument that he should be tagged as a linebacker rather than a defensive end, as a result.
In 2020, the Baltimore Ravens faced an issue where outside linebacker Matthew Judon was originally franchise-tagged as an outside linebacker. The linebacker tender was valued then at $15.828 million, while defensive ends were slated to earn $17.788 million.
Judon eventually signed a version of the franchise tag with the Ravens for $16.808 million, splitting the difference . Perhaps the inverse could happen with Allen, but it feels more likely that the team simply uses the linebacker tag and moves on rather than trying to save as many pennies as possible and risk a dispute.
With the NFL Combine taking place this week, the Jaguars and Allen's camp will have the opportunity to work out a long-term deal. More details are likely to emerge exiting the week because of it.
Trevor Lawrence's fifth-year option value set, Jaguars likely to pick it up
While the team's decision regarding Allen will bring some intrigue, there won't be much intrigue when it comes to starting quarterback Trevor Lawrence's contract situation — at least when it comes to the QB's fifth-year option.
Lawrence's fifth-year option is set for $25,664,000. The team has not yet officially picked it up, but they will barring a contract extension ahead of the deadline.
Teams have until May 2 to make decisions regarding their first-round picks and the fifth-year option. All first-round picks are eligible to receive a fifth year added to their rookie deals. The value is based on position, playing time and Pro Bowl selections.
For Lawrence, after being selected first overall in 2021, he has met the qualifier for playing time, having played 75% or more of the team's snaps in two of his first three seasons. That puts Lawrence's fifth-year option in the second tier of compensation.
Though Lawrence made the Pro Bowl in 2022 as an alternate, alternate selections do not count toward the contract calculation.
The Jaguars have used the fifth-year option just three times in the past, including on QB Blake Bortles (2014 draft class selection), CB Jalen Ramsey (2016) and Allen (2019).
The team declined fifth-year options on OL Luke Joeckel (2013), DE Dante Fowler (2015), RB Leonard Fournette (2017) DL Taven Bryan (2018) and, most recently, OLB K'Lavon Chaisson (2020).
It would be foolish for the Jaguars not to pick up Lawrence's option. It gives the team another year, potentially, to negotiate a deal with the franchise QB at a significant discount to that of a top-of-the-line deal he will eventually sign.
Will the Jaguars pick up Travis Etienne's fifth-year option?
Lawrence isn't the only Jaguars player who could get his fifth-year option picked up.
Running back Travis Etienne, who was drafted with pick No. 25 in the 2021 NFL Draft along with Lawrence, has a fifth-year option value set at $6,143,000. The option is fully guaranteed, just like Lawrence's.
Etienne gets the standard-value fifth-year option because he did not reach any playing time or Pro Bowl thresholds. Etienne missed his rookie season due to a Lisfranc injury and played just 60% of the team's offensive snaps in 2022.
Given how NFL teams have viewed the running back position as of late, it is unlikely that Etienne's option will be picked up, but time will tell as we get closer to the May 2 deadline.
Etienne has accounted for 2,133 yards, 16 rushing touchdowns, 93 catches for 792 yards and one receiving touchdown in 34 games over the last two years.
Demetrius Harvey is the Jacksonville Jaguars reporter for the Florida Times-Union. You can follow him on X, formerly known as Twitter, at @Demetrius82 .
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Getting homework done can be difficult. While the information might make sense in the classroom , some students don't retain that knowledge. When your child needs extra help, there are apps to help with homework. These solutions help both students and parents succeed.
The apps in this article are free to download, and some may include in-app purchases .
Easy to use with over 30 languages to learn.
ESL courses to strengthen English skills.
The interface can be clunky at times.
It has a limited vocabulary.
This popular language-learning app sits at the top of both the iOS and Android app stores as an excellent solution to strengthen foreign language skills. Whether your child wants to learn outside of their curriculum or wishes to practice what they learned in class, Duolingo is an excellent addition to any digital device.
With over thirty languages to choose, your child can practice German, Italian, Spanish, French, or dozens of other languages. If your student is currently enrolled in ESL courses, they can strengthen their English skills from the bottom-up.
Unlike other language learning solutions that focus on memorizing vocabulary, Duolingo uses a combination of reading, writing, and speaking exercises to create a more natural learning experience.
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It's great for helping math students who fall behind.
The built-in calculator allows for smart, on-the-fly calculations and 2D graph plotting.
It's somewhat limited depth. Wrong answers don't provide much room for learning why an answer is incorrect.
Mathematics can be one of the most challenging courses for students, with complicated steps that are quickly forgotten after a long school day. Especially challenging is that many parents struggle to help their children with subject matter that they haven't been acquainted with for years. Photomath is an excellent solution for struggling mathematicians.
Children can scan complex or simple math problems, learning how to solve them with step-by-step instructions. A built-in calculator improves the experience, allowing for smart, on-the-fly calculations and 2D graph plotting abilities. Linear equations, logarithms, trigonometry, functions, and basic algebraic expressions are only a few of Photomath's vast capabilities.
Great music learning app with tools for learning and practicing guitar, bass, piano, and more.
Voice-overs and instructional design lack the human touch that helps when learning an instrument.
One school subject that is sadly overlooked is music. Music is an area of study that has been proven to increase a child's language and reasoning skills, fine-tune their motor skills, and decrease stress levels. So, if your child is trying to learn a musical instrument and struggling, consider investing in Yousician. This app allows students to practice guitar, bass, piano, or ukulele.
Students can practice their instruments along with the charts and diagrams that display on the screen. They'll receive real-time feedback when they miss a note or fall out of tune. Included step-by-step video tutorials are available to show your child how to be proficient in a specific skill set. Practicing an instrument has never seemed so natural. With different genres of music available, your child can quickly sort out their favorites.
A range of subjects, from kindergarten mathematics to advanced placement physics.
More than 150,000 interactive exercises.
There's not much room for creativity, collaboration, or alternative teaching styles.
Ready to increase your knowledge in math, science, computing, history, economics, and more? Whether as an educational tool for your child, or an extra app for a parent to enjoy in their free time, everyone can use Khan Academy to unlock a world of education. Children can practice anything from kindergarten mathematics to advanced placement physics. Quickly access a collection of portable courses on-the-go or on your computer.
The Khan Academy app offers over 150,000 interactive exercises to strengthen old or new skills. Additionally, you can download content for offline study so that you have access to it no matter where you are. Parents wishing to learn something new can jump into advanced high school courses or enjoy courses on entrepreneurship and career-building. Khan Academy offers solutions for all ages and skill ranges.
A digital flashcard mobile platform that's suitable for all ages.
The focus on memorization is ideal for studying.
The ad-supported platform may be distracting.
User-generated content means some content may be inaccurate.
Do you remember studying for exams and creating piles of flashcards to memorize facts and details? While flashcards can be an excellent method for analyzing new material, they use a large amount of paper that is eventually thrown in the trash. Learn new topics while also saving trees with the Quizlet Flashcards application. Study from existing flashcard sets or create your own.
Quizlet digital flashcards allow students of all ages to practice and excel at various topics using their smartphones. In addition to basic flashcards, Quizlet offers multiple modes to encourage different methods of memorization. If your child attends the same class as another student using Quizlet, the two can share flashcards. Those who use the app to study foreign languages can hear keywords spoken to them in over 18 languages.
Allows parents and guardians to keep tabs on their child's education.
Access classroom handouts, attendance records, school bulletins, and more.
The complicated interface makes for a rather steep learning curve.
Here's an app that both children and parents can enjoy: PowerSchool Mobile. Many school districts use the PowerSchool system to manage grades and reports. If your child's school is a participant, you can use the mobile app to keep a close eye on your child's educational progress. Depending on how a teacher chooses to use the tool in their classroom, you may also have access to handouts, attendance records, school bulletins, and more.
While not every school offers support for the PowerSchool Mobile application, it is worth checking with your child's teacher to see if the option is available. Sorry kids, but it isn't possible to hide report cards with the PowerSchool app. Parents can manage what push and email notifications they receive from the child's school. You'll become more involved and aware of your child's school performance with this simple mobile app.
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Google's new math app solves nearly any problem with AI: Here's how to use it
Stuck on a tricky math problem? Google's newest app will use AI to help you solve it.
Two years ago, Google announced the purchase of a math problem-solving app called Photomath. And earlier this week, that app was officially brought under the company's app umbrella .
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The app itself isn't new, having debuted back in 2014 and picking up over 100 million downloads since. But it is now officially a Google app. It works on a wide range of math, from basic elementary school problems like division and multiplication to advanced math like trigonometry and calculus.
Once a problem is scanned with the app, the AI starts working. After a few moments, an answer is displayed, along with step-by-step details of how the problem was solved. The latter part is likely the most useful part of this app. Not only is a solution given, but a student can also learn how to get that same answer on their own.
While several other apps do the same thing, Photomath is often regarded by users as not only the most accurate but also the fastest.
The app's camera can recognize both printed and handwritten problems and even shows multiple methods for problems that can be solved in different ways. And it works without needing a data or Wi-Fi connection, meaning parents can let their kids use it without worrying about them wandering off online.
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If you're thinking that an app like this is nothing but a way for a student to rip through homework in record time, that's not all it's used for. While that certainly does happen, it has plenty of other uses -- a parent checking their kid's homework, a student practicing before a test or catching up on a missed class, or simply a 24/7 tutor.
Since Google Lens already has a homework filter that's designed to solve problems, what's the need for Photomath? As AI becomes more and more present in the classroom, Google is likely just making sure it stays ahead of its competition. While nothing has been announced, there's a good chance Photomath will be integrated into Google Lens and even traditional Google search, making those features even more reliable.
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Every Formula One Driver's Salary for the 2024 Season
- Max Verstappen is the highest earning Formula One driver this year, with him pocketing an annual salary of £40m.
- Lewis Hamilton follows closely with £40m annually as he heads into his final season with Mercedes before moving to Ferrari for 2025.
- Charles Leclerc makes £27m, falls behind the top two earners, with Lando Norris even further behind him on £16m a year.
It's lights out and away we go! The 2024 Formula One season is upon us, with pre-season testing in the books and the first race of the year now here. The Bahrain Grand Prix is surprisingly getting underway on Saturday , with fans counting down the hours until we go racing once again.
While fans will no doubt be ecstatic for F1's return, the weeks since the culmination of the 2023 season have been a wild ride, with the biggest news undoubtedly being that 2024 will be Lewis Hamilton's final season as a Mercedes driver. The Brit has sensationally agreed a move to Ferrari for 2025, with him replacing current driver Carlos Sainz to partner Charles Leclerc.
Hamilton's move means that he will reportedly be set to earn around £40m , which is quite the sum. But how does that compare to his current salary? Ahead of the 2024 season beginning, Racing News 365 have published figures of every driver's salary for the season. So GIVEMESPORT are here to run through the list with you and take a closer look at the top 10.
Max Verstappen - Red Bull
Annual salary - £45m.
It's hardly a shock to see Verstappen top the list, given how consistent he's been for Red Bull for so many years. Now a three-time World Champion after last season's success, which saw him win an incredible 19 races, the Dutchman is aiming to become the sixth man to win four drivers' championships.
His status as the best-paid driver on the grid has also been in place for some time now. Verstappen signed an extension until 2028 after winning his first title back in 2021, getting a hefty raise in the process. It's unlikely we'll see anyone surpass what Red Bull are currently paying their star man.
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Lewis hamilton - mercedes, annual salary - £40m.
As the joint-most successful driver in the sport's illustrious history, you might be forgiven for thinking that Hamilton was sure to be the highest-paid man racing this year. Alas, his rival Verstappen beats him to that honour, having beaten him to the last three drivers' championships too.
Hamilton had extended his deal with Mercedes until 2025 after signing a deal in August 2023, with his previous contract set to expire at the end of last season. However, it's common knowledge now that this season with the Silver Arrows will be his last. Interestingly, he is set to pocket more-or-less the same amount while at Ferrari, with the Scuderia fronting quite the wage bill considering who is third in the list this season.
Charles Leclerc - Ferrari
Annual salary - £27m.
Leclerc is sort of in a league of his own when it comes to his yearly salary - some way behind the two top-earners in the sport, but also way ahead of the others. And considering he only signed a new deal in January this year , extending his deal beyond 2024, he is unlikely to get a raise which will match Hamilton's wage.
Last season wasn't the best for the Monégasque driver, who failed to win a single race despite finishing fifth overall in the standings. Ferrari did look promising in testing, but they still look to be some way behind the pace of Red Bull, so it might be another winless season for Leclerc and the Prancing Horse.
Lando Norris - McLaren
Annual salary - £16m.
Dropping even further back now, McLaren driver Norris finishes some way behind the three top earners on the grid. The British driver has soared up the rankings after signing a new long-term deal in January this year , though, with him now earning four times the amount of his teammate, Oscar Piastri.
Usurping the three heavyweight teams on the grid this year might prove to be a tough challenge, but Norris is still dreaming of that first win in F1. With a bit of luck and an excellent drive, the 24-year-old might be able to tick that off his bucket list.
George Russell - Mercedes
Annual salary - £14m.
He might be some way behind his teammate for overall earnings, but Russell will soon be the leading man at Mercedes when Hamilton makes his switch to Ferrari. The Brit, like Hamilton, agreed a new deal with the team until the end of the 2025 season, at which point he will likely be in line for a bumper pay-rise should he continue to shine with the Silver Arrows.
Having finished 59 points behind his teammate in eighth position in 2023, Russell will be hoping that 2024 proves to be a better year for him. Speaking about the changes made to this year's car, he explained that he and Lewis have been pushing the team to make adjustments, and underlined his hope for this year.
"It's good that the team have sort of been listening to that, but we need to see if that translates into lap time. I think we hit the ground in a good place. But ultimately, there's only one thing that matters, and that's the lap time."
Fernando Alonso - Aston Martin
As the most experienced driver on the grid, Alonso was always going to be among the top earners. Having made his F1 debut back in 2001, the 42-year-old continues to perform on the most prestigious of racing stages.
Pocketing a cool £14m for his troubles every year, his deal is set to expire at the end of the year, but reports have linked him with a move to Mercedes to replace the outgoing Hamilton. However, the Spaniard has remained coy over his future, stating that he will decide whether he will continue past his current deal in the first few races of the season.
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Sergio perez - red bull, annual salary - £11m.
There was lots of speculation about Sergio Perez's future with Red Bull at the end of 2023. Despite finishing second overall in the drivers' championship last year, the Mexican racer only won two races and didn't look convincing in the best car on the grid. And while the Bulls didn't cut his contract short, former racer Mikka Hakkinen thinks that it is "highly unlikely" that Perez will get an extension past 2024, which is when his deal expires.
If that is to be the case, Perez will at least have an extra £11m in the bank to comfort his sorrows. Given his experience and the spaces that could open up in the off-season next year, it could be likely that he falls straight into the hands of another team, but he might not be making as much as he is now.
Carlos Sainz - Ferrari
Annual salary - £9.5m.
One man, however, who is definitely out of a drive for 2025 is Ferrari's Carlos Sainz. The Spaniard who cost his team the second-most amount of cash because of damages last season is racing for one final year with the Scuderia before Lewis Hamilton's arrival, and will have one eye on securing a new team for next year.
If he wants to improve on his current terms, Sainz will have to dazzle interested parties with superb racing this season. The only non-Red Bull driver to win a race last year, he finished in seventh place in the drivers' championship, although he was only six points behind his teammate Leclerc. The number one Ferrari driver pockets significantly more than Sainz, however, with him collecting just shy of three times the amount his teammate makes every year.
GIVEMESPORT Key Statistic: Carlos Sainz set the fastest lap time in pre-season testing (1:29:920), which was three-tenths of a second faster than his teammate Leclerc (1:30:322).
Valtteri Bottas - Sauber
Annual salary - £8m.
Finnish driver Bottas has had to get used to competing near the back of the grid since his departure from Mercedes, but his talent and experience ensures that he is still among the top 10 earners. Taking home around £8m every year, the Sauber (formally Alfa Romeo) driver is paid handsomely for his troubles.
Last season was a difficult one for Bottas, with him finishing with just 10 points in the championship, while his team only stomached a ninth place finish. He is determined for them to do better this season after they missed their targets in 2023.
"My own expectations are high, we definitely need to make a good step and see good progress from last year; a season in which, in all honesty, we didn’t meet the targets that we set for ourselves."
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Annual salary - £6m.
Rounding out the top 10 is fan-favourite Ricciardo, who returned to the grid following Nyck de Vries' departure from the team in 2022. The Australian, an eight-time race winner, is hoping to get his career back on track after struggling for years at Renault and then McLaren.
Ricciardo will be hoping that this season's Red Bull sister car, which has been rebranded from Alpha Tauri, can sneak its way into the points this season, with the team finishing eighth last time out. Pre-season has looked impressive, so they will be hoping that their newest driver and Yuki Tsunoda can help them to achieve their goals.
All information courtesy of Racing News 365 .
NFL has 'unprecedented' $30 million salary cap increase 2024 season
The NFL’s salary cap increased an unprecedent amount for the 2024 season.
The NFL announced Friday that 2024 salary cap is set $255.4 million per club.
“The 2024 salary cap will be $255.4 million per club, with an additional $74 million per club payment for player benefits, which includes performance based pay and benefits for retired players. Total 2024 player costs will be $329.4 million per club, or more than $10.5 billion league-wide,” the NFL said in a statement. “The unprecedented $30 million increase per club in this year’s salary cap is the result of the full repayment of all amounts advanced by the clubs and deferred by the players during the Covid pandemic as well as an extraordinary increase in media revenue for the 2024 season.”
The NFL’s salary cap was at $224.8 million in 2023, $208.2 million in 2022 and $182.5 in 2021.
The NFL’s 2024 salary cap official kicks in when the new league year begins at 4 p.m. ET on March 13.
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According to Over The Cap , the Washington Commanders ($87 million), New England Patriots ($82.9 million) and Chicago Bears ($80.3) currently have the most cap space available under the new salary cap number.
The Homework App 4+
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Ratings and Reviews
As a sophomore in high school, I find this app incredibly useful in keeping track of my assignments and preventing late work. The design is great and the fact that it’s aesthetically pleasing is also a big plus. Personally, I find the color coding feature really convenient since it lets me easily see what needs to get done. However, as much as I love this app (especially while I’m waiting to buy myself a physical planner I can use) it could use a couple improvements. For the remind feature, it’d be really great if we could set reminders for certain assignments on a daily basis rather than having to manually input each individual day as they go. I also know that many students (myself included) are involved in extracurricular activities, and having that category added on in addition to classes would also help. Another thing that would be cool is if there was a way to sync this app with other school apps such as Schoology which are used to track grades, so that the user could add assignments but also be able to view what they’re missing or behind in, or what deadlines are coming up, all in one spot. Overall, it’s a great app and I’m sure I’ll be using it for a while. Keep up the awesome work.
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It’s great but...
I’m a student and I like having everything organized all the time. I recently had a planner but that just wasn’t working out for me so I went to the App Store and downloaded many apps, but they all took so long to put all my classes and assignments on except for this one. I was so exited but the only problem of the app is that there are limited classes to put into your planner. What I mean is that they all have the basic classes math English science history p.e but they don’t have the other classes like business or communication applications. Which was very upsetting because I had to choose other and break for those to and it’s very confusing. I want to be able to make a task and then customize my own class not choose it from the app. Another thing is that it doesn’t give me reminders for my class like it said which is very frustrating. But overall the app is great and I’ve only had it a couple days! There are no adds every second you click on it! I would love if the creators read my comment and made an update to the app for the customizing your own classes.
Amazing Homework App — Could Have One Improvement
I started my junior year of high school with so much homework that I began finding hard to keep track of. Never did I use a planning app before, but out of all the ones I saw, this is the best! I love the different features such as color-coded classes, the calendar feature, and the nice countdown clock that they give you to show exactly how many hours/days you have until the assignment is due. However, my favorite feature is the priority rating option they give you. Balancing all your classes can be hectic, so I really enjoy the “low, medium, high” urgency rate they allow you to mentally sort yourself out. However, if there are two suggestions I could make it would be 1.) to please add a section for extracurricular activities, and 2.) to possibly add a feature that shows what KIND of assignment is due, like an essay, homework worksheet, project, etc. (Sometimes you have multiple things to do in one class and it’s easier to put it in more specific categories.) Other than that, I truly love this app so far, which says a lot as I’m writing a review! <3
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How to use the Homework App
The Homework App is a virtual homework book with many features.
As a teacher you can enter homework into the virtual homework book. Simply enter the subject and the work and choose a date on which the work is to be completed.
In the bottom section you can see all the homework you have already assigned. If your class is connected to another class, you can also view the homework of other teachers.
Your own homework can also be deleted in the bottom section.
In the settings of the class, set whether the students are allowed to view the homework. You have three options:
All students can see the homework: The homework appears in the students’ and parents’ dashboard. So they can access it from home. We do not recommend this setting. Students should learn to manage their own homework book.
Only absent students can see the homework: Students who are not in school can see their homework for five days online. All others must continue to manage their own homework book. This means that pupils who have not been to school are also informed about homework. This saves you having to contact them. We recommend this setting.
No student can see homework: The plugin is disabled in the settings and the Homework App is not used. No homework appears in the dashboard of students and parents.
Show students all their homework on the front screen so that they can transfer it to their own homework book.
It is even possible to display the homework of the other teachers in the class. However, this requires that the class is connected to another class in the settings.
Remember to go full screen.
This use on the front screen or on the beamer only makes sense if you have made the settings “Only absent students can see the homework” or “No student can see homework”.
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