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Understanding the Common Core State Standard Initiative

Understanding the Common Core State Standard Initiative

The Common Core initiative was implemented in the U.S. for K-12 students and outlines what they should know and understand after completing each grade. The initiative focuses on English language and math skills and aims to create consistent standards across the country and ensure that students who graduate high school are adequately prepared to take […]

| July 16, 2014 | Reply
Preparing for High School

Preparing for High School

The move to high school is a big one and most students (and parents) may be feeling a little anxious about the change. One way to help alleviate your child’s nervousness and prepare them for their new life as a high school student is to be prepared. Knowing what to expect will help to bolster […]

| July 14, 2014 | Reply
Should Your Child Repeat a Grade?

Should Your Child Repeat a Grade?

If your child struggled through the last year and the school is recommending retention, there are some very important points to consider. Studies show that repeating a grade can be harmful for students and grade retention is one of the biggest predictors of high school dropouts. Before you decide to keep your kid back a […]

| July 10, 2014 | Reply
How to Get Your Kids to do their Chores

How to Get Your Kids to do their Chores

Are chores a constant battle in your home? Do you have to ask a hundred times before things get done while “I’ll do it later” is what greets most of these requests? Chores are important because they help your children to understand responsibility, prepare them for the routine, mundane tasks they need to fulfill on […]

| July 1, 2014 | Reply
Learning Styles Key to Academic Success

Learning Styles Key to Academic Success

Einstein once said that if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking that it’s a failure. The same goes for academics. Students learn and process information differently and if your child doesn’t process information in the way that it is presented in the classroom, […]

| June 24, 2014 | Reply