Private Schools & Preschools

The Reading, Writing and Arithmetic of Assistive Technology

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By Michael CruseLet’s face it; you spend countless hours on the computer. In today’s society, it’s not uncommon to spend an hour in paying...

Key Points to Consider When Hiring a Tutor

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by Dr. Ralph G. Perrino“Mom, leave me alone!”…. “Sally, you don’t seem to get it. You are a junior and this year is critical!...

Goal Setting for the New School Year

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By Dr. Raymond J. HuntingtonAfter several weeks of summer vacation, your child should be heading back to school rested and determined to make the...

Keep Reading With Kids After They Start School

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Just because your child already has started school doesn't mean you shouldn't continue to read to him or her at home.While most of us...

Get Ready for the Second Semester

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by Dr. Raymond J. HuntingtonRemember that “go get ‘em” attitude you and your child had at the beginning of the school year? That certainty...

Is Your Child Ready for School? Are You?

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Anticipation builds as the new school year approaches. Every year my kids become antsy as the stores fill up with new backpacks, fun colorful...

Books For Black History Month

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Day of TearsBy Julius LesterIn 1859, in Savannah, Georgia, Pierce Butler stages the biggest stave auction in American history to pay off his mounting...

Math Anxiety A Real Problem or Just an Excuse?

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 Math Anxiety - A Real Problem or Just an Excuse?by Ann K. Dolin,M.Ed. The thought of a math test can make even the most confidentstudent...

Destination: Higher Education

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By Dr. Raymond J. HuntingtonIn many ways, the path to the right college or university is like a board game. Make the right move...

Look Beyond Test Scores to Find Out if Your Child is on Course

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By Dr. Raymond HuntingtonWhen your child has a stuffy nose and persistent cough, chances are your doctor will use a thermometer and stethoscope for...