Blog Posts in August, 2016

  • The other learning exceptionality: Poverty

    Parents, students and educators are well aware of a great many learning exceptionalities nowadays. We’ve all heard of ADD, ADHD, dyslexia and so many more issues that affect academic performance. But ...
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  • Getting ready for a new school year

    Is it back to school time already? Yes it is! But while a lot of people tend to focus on things like school clothes and school supplies, there are some other steps you can take to help ensure a happy ...
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  • Just what is stress, exactly?

    Stress is a huge part of our lives. There’s just no escaping it. Young, old, rich, poor, it doesn’t matter -- we all experience it from time to time. Sometimes it affects us very badly. But what ...
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  • It's time to stop struggling with math

    There’s just no getting around it: if you want to go to college or university, you’re going to have to have at least some math credits under your belt. In theory you might be able to find a way of ...
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  • Don't start stressing about college too early

    We’re used to high school seniors to feel stress about the college application process. It can seem overwhelming: the ACT, the SAT®, extracurriculars, charity work, tests, assignments, presentations, ...
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