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9 Things You Didn’t Know About Learning Disabilities And ADHD
Understood is a free online resource for parents of kids with ...
By Amanda Morin In a recent survey by the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), nearly everyone asked had heard
How to Reset a Market's Expectations Through Premium Differentiation
Former CEO of Soletron
Nevertheless, when an entrepreneur identifies an underserved or inefficiently utilized segment of a market, the question then becomes how can he break down the barriers of conventionality to recalibrate both the supply and demand side of the equation?
Rough Day for Your Teen? Give Him a Smooth Finish with Parental Intelligence
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.
Infant-Parent and Child Psychoanalyst; Author, 'Unlocking Pare...
When you understand his mind, then quite naturally solutions will emerge. You don't really know the overarching problem yet. The grades are just the behavior that is sending a message. It is your job to decipher that message. That's using Parental Intelligence.
Give Volunteers the Credit They Deserve
CEO of Reading Partners
As we wrap up National Volunteer Week, it's compelling to consider why it is that the word "just" is so often attached to the word "volunteers."
The Value of Reginald Jackson, Child of My Church Shot to Death
Public defender, human rights activist, and author of Change o...
They're angry that violence exists and that in this culture, it's acceptable to some degree. They understand that where you live can determine whether you have a better future than someone else."
Supporting Your Teen's Academic Success
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
The following tips will help parents minimize their involvement and allow teens to take the lead in maximizing their own educational experience.
How Facing Challenges Helped Me Build My Business
Founder, Papertree Tutoring
When I meet a prospective tutor for the first time, I always ask myself,
Would I want this person working with my son?
If the answer is no, then he or she is not added to our roster. Trusting my mom gut is one of my greatest tools as a business owner.
The 1 Place We Should All Be Volunteering
CEO of Reading Partners
At an age when they should be reading to learn, most economically-disadvantaged fourth graders are still learning to read.
College Timeline for Neurotic Parents
TV Writer, Lyricist, Author www.TheNeuroticParent.com
You know the drill: Rural or Urban? Large or Small? Rah Rah or Nerdy? Come up with a dream college list and go on an eight-state bonding tour with your teen, who will rarely want to leave the car.
LISTEN: The Tutoring Boom's 'Tutoring Industrial Complex'
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Schools Should Not Be Islands: Building Bridges in Mexico Through Academic Encounters
Princeton in Latin America Fellow
This is not just a story of the resiliency of children and adults in distressed communities. It is a moment that demonstrates how important it is for educators -- and students and families -- to communicate and collaborate with each other to promote learning.
The Right Time To Hire A Tutor
Jason St. Angelo
Everyday Heroes Building Stronger Communities
Program Director, City Year Los Angeles
In the next two weeks over 1,000 children in Los Angeles will enroll in our after school program and pledge to become of part of the solution that keeps their communities from falling behind.
High School Entrepreneur Founds Tutoring Service To Help Peers
It Just Takes One: School On Wheels Changes The Lives Of Children And Their Families
Jonathan Daniel Harris
Better Grades In 2010 -- Making This Year An Academic Success For Your Kids
Sheila Lirio Marcelo
Sheila Lirio Marcelo is the Founder and CEO of Care.com. She w...
I've pulled together some new research on ways that might help your kids improve their grades and do better in school in 2010. Think of it as a little homework for you to help your kids do better with theirs!
Use Your Volunteer Time Wisely: Help Often, One Kid At A Time
Executive Director, 826LA
What helps the young people we serve is one-on-one attention. If we're going to level the playing field for students attending public schools, it's essential for more volunteers to fill the gaps.
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