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Our Mission

We are an educational business where life-long learning and rigor are crucial components of what we do. 

We believe in the power of education to change the world.

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Years Teaching

Co-founders are experts, teaching every grade from pre-kindergarten right up to doctoral level.

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University Degrees

Co-founders have done it the hard way, earning 7 degrees and 2 postdoctoral fellowships.

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Grants & Awards

Co-founders are the real deal with many teaching & research scholarships, awards, & grants.

Our Proven Stats & Story

Our co-founders Dr. Lindy Ledohowski & Dr. Rueban Balasubramaniam have long believed that mastery over language is a profound equalizer. 

In their collective years of teaching, they recognized a problem; students weren’t equipped to deal with the demands of writing in schools, colleges, and universities.

And they felt that technology can and should help.

They had some clear principles informing the development of their ideal technology to help students and educators with critical thinking and writing:

  • It would have to adhere to the highest standards of academic integrity.
  • It would have to be pedagogically sound, not gimmicky.
  • It would have to de-incentivize plagiarism and cheating.
  • It would not provide content or answers for students, but help them.

With keeping true to their philosophy that form influences content, and that user-driven development is key to giving students and educators what they want when it comes to essay writing and help, EssayJack as essay software was born.

In all our use case studies, students' writing anxiety goes down, and their confidence and grades go up!

Intelligent pedagogy informed by years of work in education coupled with intuitive design came together to produce a coherent, academically sound guided writing platform that adheres to the right standards.

EssayJack doesn't provide content. It isn't cheating, but it can help students get ahead or fill gaps in their own knowledge about what constitutes good writing.

Listen here for our co-founders own words:

Dr. Lindy

From the CEO

I have spent my adult life dedicated to education. I was a tutor and then a secondary school teacher; after that, a university instructor and professor.

I have taught students how to think and write critically and logically. I have taught teachers how to teach writing and literature. 

I truly believe that if we have mastery over the written word, then we have mastery over the world.

Analyze the world around you and be empowered!

It has been my pleasure and honour to work with fantastic teams and people to bring the vision of EssayJack to fruition so that students, educators, and parents can feel supported in their writing goals.

More than that, EssayJack can be used in corporate and business contexts. If you have writing tasks, our platform can help.

We believe that if you are happy, we are happy. If you can express yourself well, then we've done our job!

Everyone deserves the best English language writing training. Everyone deserves EssayJack.

Dr. Lindy Ledohowski CEO, EssayJack Inc.

Learn more through our blogs...

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Where did the (e)d go?
28.03.2018

Where did the (e)d go?

Sometimes when you read a sentence the grammar seems a bit off, but you aren't sure why.

For example, what if I write "I am suppose to know these things; I have a PhD"? Does that sentence seem correct to you? Some grammar and spell checkers won't be able to find the error in that sentence, because, after all, there are many times when “suppose” is the correct verb form to use. Just consider the sentences I suppose you want more money? or What do you suppose happened? However, in my sentence above, it should say: "I am supposed to know these things." 

So why is "suppose" correct sometimes, and "supposed" correct sometimes?

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Do Writing Templates Crush Creativity?
14.03.2018

When teaching writing, there is always a tension between mastering the form of a given genre and being able to express that something special that will elevate one's writing beyond the mundane and into the truly exceptional.

Templates and other writing guides, therefore, run the risk of being overly prescriptive and stomping on creativity or the expression of individuality and talent, which are the elements that underpin truly great writing.

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