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Bridging the Gap: How Tutoring & Intervention Can Help Youth in Foster Care
Widespread health crises have largely impacted students nationwide, with skills gaps and unfinished learning becoming one of the biggest issues students face today. Many schools and districts are looking to bridge these gaps by providing high-dosage tutoring, reading and math interventions, and educational scholarships to allow students to seek private help.
Confronting Lingering Learning Issues: What to Do to Help Your Child
Even the best of students will find some subjects or concepts difficult, but when an academic issue becomes bigger or seems to be affecting your child for an extended period of time, it’s best not to ignore it. Here are a few tips on how to help your child confront lingering learning issues that simply aren’t going away on their own.
Teaching Your Student to Write Effectively
Developing good writing skills is critical for effective learning and will help students in all facets of school. From English papers to science labs, from history projects to college admissions essays—writing is a skill your child will use in many areas and subjects. What can you do to teach your child to write effectively for every subject? Here are several tips.
Tips and Tricks to Deal with Stress When Taking the SAT/ACT
While the idea of college might excite your student, SAT stress and ACT stress are very real. This aspect of the college journey can be overwhelming for many. Students want to put their best foot forward on those college applications, but preparing for yet another exam in addition to their school work is a lot.
Here are tips for students on how to deal with stress related to the SAT/ACT.
Tips to Help Your Child Manage Stress and Recharge Over Winter Break
This 2021-2022 school year has been a welcome return to normal for students, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t lingering issues related to COVID-19 and the learning loss that remote and hybrid learning might have caused. Here are tips for parents to help their children de-stress this winter break and build healthy habits for the future.