Blog Posts in February, 2014

  • The effects of Concussions in Children

    There has been a lot of attention given to the serious consequences of head injuries for professional athletes, but parents should also be aware of the dangers posed to their children. Concussions ...
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  • Is Your Child Skipping School? Here's what to Do

    Almost every student plays truant from time to time. Perhaps they feign illness or pretend to go to school only to end up skipping class. When this problem becomes chronic, your student could be ...
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  • 5 Most Important things Teachers Need from Parents

    Being a parent really is the toughest job in the world and most parents have really busy schedules that add to the pressure of family life. Teachers understand that and they are there to help provide ...
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  • The Ultimate Guide to Being Good at Math

    A recent study found that while natural ability does help some students to grasp mathematic concepts faster, it only gets you through the first three grades. What that means is that everyone can be ...
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  • Time Management Tips for Busy Parents

    Are there just not enough hours in the day for homework, after school activities, dinner and family time? Are mornings really tough to get through? If you are finding it difficult to get through ...
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  • Tips on Filling out the FAFSA

    If you are getting ready for the college application process, filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form may seem a little daunting. With these tips and a dollop of ...
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  • Early Signs of Dyslexia

    Does your student struggle academically? If they are taking a long time to read, do their homework or keep up in class they may have dyslexia. Dyslexia is a very common learning disorder which makes ...
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  • Bad Grades? Here's What to Do

    If your student is getting bad grades, you want to be supportive, but you also want to ensure that their academic performance improves. While it’s natural to get upset by bad grades, your student may ...
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