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August 30, 2022

Creating a Nightly Homework Ritual that Works for Everyone

It’s hard to fault the child who resists doing homework. After all, she has already put in a long day at school, probably been involved in after-school activities, and, as the late afternoon spills into evening, now faces a pile of assignments. Parents feel it, too — it’s no one’s favorite time of day. But…

August 22, 2022

Why Tutoring is Important for Children

Students learn best when their individual academic needs are met, and no other form of learning yields better results than one-on-one instruction. While teachers work tirelessly to provide the best possible education for students, the nature of the modern school system often makes individualized instruction impossible. Class sizes are simply too big, with limited time…

August 9, 2022

Tips to Prepare for the First Days of School

Whether your child is just beginning kindergarten or starting a new grade as a returning student, there’s lots to be done to prepare for the year ahead, including checking in about their fears, anxieties, and concerns. As summer winds down, it’s natural for kids to experience nervousness — after all, your child is entering a…

August 2, 2022

How We Can Prepare Our Children to Be a Future Leader?

The world we live in today was created and shaped by truly inspirational leaders from all walks of life. It is said that true leaders are not born but are made, as all children have the potential to develop leadership skills and this development of leadership skills is a lifelong process. As parents, caregivers, and…

July 27, 2022

Children at Risk

Source Consequences for School Readiness and Beyond Parents, policymakers, business leaders, and the general public increasingly recognize the importance of the first few years in the life of a child for promoting healthy physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development. Yet many children face deficiencies in the years leading up to school entry in terms of…