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  • Preparing your child for a future career
    Preparing your child for a future career

    Every parent wants their child to be successful in life: to succeed academically, socially, spiritually, in every way possible. Included in that list is the desire of every parent to be rest assured of their child’s ability to get a good job and be ...

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  • Professional Development:  An untapped market?
    Professional Development: An untapped market?

    Professional development days are a staple of school life. Students get a day off, parents scramble for childcare, and teachers sit in a stuffy room and become students. In truth, however, professional development (PD) is a huge part of work life for a ...

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  • Remembering Roald Dahl
    Remembering Roald Dahl

    September 13th is Roald Dahl Day, and in fact the 2016 version marks 100 years since the author was born. So let’s take a look at the man and his work, and what it all means. A common thread winding through much of his work is the portrayal of adults, ...

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  • Learning to work with Common Core
    Learning to work with Common Core

    Of the many controversies in American education, few are more intense than the issue of Common Core. But whether you’re a fan or a critic, Common Core is a thing that exists, and there are some facts every parent should know if they want their youngster to ...

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