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Summer Writing Prompts for Elementary Students
It’s important to encourage your child to keep their brain working to avoid summer learning loss, which can lead to gaps of knowledge, regression of skills, lost confidence and a weak start to the school year come fall.
Demand for Tutoring Sees Significant Increase
Parents across the country continue to seek high-quality tutoring programs (K-12) to help students of all ages become stronger, more confident students. Tutoring demand has been steadily increasing since Huntington Learning Center was founded, as evidenced by our growth as a company for nearly five decades.
How Does Screen Time Affect Your Child’s Learning?
Today’s children spend a lot of time on smartphones and computers, leaving many parents to wonder about the impact of all that screen time. So how exactly does screen time affect your child's learning and development?
Identifying Learning Disabilities Early
If you know that your child is experiencing learning difficulties, it’s important to not ignore the signs. Here are a few things to watch for when your child is young that could be signs of learning disabilities or other learning issues.
Tips to Raise an Independent Learner
Students who are independent seek to learn for the sake of learning and understand that learning requires discipline and diligence.The more you can help your child make that transition toward independence as a student, the more equipped they will be for college-level academics and their career.
Five Issues That Cause Students to Struggle with Math
Knowing the cause of a student’s math struggles isn’t easy to detect for most parents. While there are many complex, multifaceted reasons students struggle with math, students often grapple with many of the same things. Here are a few of the most common issues.
Three Places Your Child Will Need Writing Skills in Life (and Tips to Help Them Improve as a Writer)
If your child is not the strongest writer, you already know that school can be a challenge. Writing is a part of many classes and expected of all students—and teacher expectations only become higher with every grade. If your child needs convincing that writing is important, here are a few places they will use writing in their lives.
College Board announces the SAT is going digital
On January 25th, 2022, the College Board announced the SAT is going digital and by 2024 all students in the US and abroad will be taking the updated, shorter version of the exam completely online.
Here is a statement regarding the recent College Board announcement and the upcoming SAT format changes from Anne Huntington Sharma, President and Board Member, Huntington Learning Center.
Tips to Help Your Child Get Back on Track This School Year
If it’s clear that your student is struggling in one or more subjects and has fallen far behind, it’s important to get them the help they need. There’s so much you can do outside of the classroom to help your child close the skill gaps and keep up with school work. Here are a few tips that will help your child get back to where they should be.
10 Habits to Develop for Back-to-School
Bouncing between remote, hybrid and in-person learning last year will likely make it more challenging to get back into the swing of school things. Help your child get ready for a successful school year with these ten practical habits.