Topics: Schools

Education News Round Up – Week of August 28

With both parents and children preparing for the start of the new academic year, the exciting but overwhelming tasks are ...
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Engineering Personal Success

Both my husband and I trained and worked as engineers. We've always been interested in science and math, and we ...
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Every child has talent, just find it

Every child faces roadblocks to their goals. The infant who cannot quite reach the toy that is blocked off by ...
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Attention to Specialness

I enrolled my beautiful and brilliant young son, Aron, in Montessori preschool when he was three years old.  The teacher ...
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Love of Tutoring

Neha Gupta is the CEO and Founder of both College Shortcuts and Elite Private Tutors, companies designed in order to ...
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How To Find Volunteer Opportunities For Your Teenager

Volunteering is an excellent way for your teenager to gain more experience in a particular field of interest. It is ...
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How do we get students interested in writing?

Great storytelling is always in demand In Medieval times, the only people who were able to read and write were ...
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The Case of Jacob Barnett: A Math and Science Prodigy

Jacob Barnett is largely believed to be a math and science prodigy. He began taking college courses at the age ...
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This Week in Education: Transgender Rights, Predatory Programs, and Gettin...

Hello, and welcome to the first installment of our weekly education news review! Transgender Student Rights: Where do they stand ...
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Coordinating Your Child’s Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities can, without a doubt, play an important role in your child’s life both during and after school. Being ...
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