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  • 5 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew
    5 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew

    When I was teaching, it always amazed me to see the way in which my student’s behavior changed when their parents were around. The presence of parents has a profound influence on the way students behave and teachers have a unique insight into the way ...

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  • Tutoring: Is it Right for your Student?
    Tutoring: Is it Right for your Student?

    Every child goes through a difficult academic time. It could be that they are having issues adjusting to a new school or a new grade, perhaps they are having personal or social problems or maybe they don’t get on well with their teacher. With so many ...

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  • Environmentally Friendly: Making your School Greener and Leaner
    Environmentally Friendly: Making your School Greener and Leaner

    Greening your school carries a wealth of benefits; not only do you educate your students about the environment, why we should preserve it and how to do so, but creating a green school makes for a healthier school environment and saves on costs. Spending ...

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  • Cutting Class: What Parents Should do When Kids Play Truant
    Cutting Class: What Parents Should do When Kids Play Truant

    Most parents have to deal with truancy at one time or another. Whether it’s your child saying they are sick to avoid school or if they are pretending to go to school and then going elsewhere, playing truant will result in poor grades and is dangerous as ...

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  • Community Service: Ways in which Students can Give Back
    Community Service: Ways in which Students can Give Back

    Those of us who stay in bigger towns will feel the loss of a sense of community most keenly. We have become isolated and wary of our neighbors. The more this becomes part of our culture, the more we suffer from depression and other anxieties. Being part of ...

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