Does your child’s physical classroom setting matter? Isn’t learning learning, no matter where it takes place? Not necessarily. The classroom setting can influence more than you might imagine. “The physical …
It’s no secret that small class sizes are highly coveted by parents. Small class sizes have become a key selling point in private education, and with good reason. “Small classes” …
As parents of “tweens” (referring to those awkward in between years of 8-12), it can be difficult to determine how to draw them in, how to help them unplug and remain connected.
Middle school is a uniquely awkward time in a young person’s development, emotionally, physically and socially. Even one of these factors could be a major source of stress for students and their parents alike, let alone all of them at once.
“Dating” in middle school happens, but it doesn’t have to be a scary process. By setting clear expectations and opening up communication, you and your middle schooler can navigate this junction with grace.
Class size can influence your child’s academic performance, enhance student engagement, and even boost teacher satisfaction. Research shows that smaller classes can enhance academic performance across the board for some students.
The tween years may just be some of the most challenging of all for child and parent alike. Middle school is a uniquely awkward time, featuring highlights such as the start of puberty, new interest in the opposite sex, and outlandish amounts of insecurity. Here a few simple ways to help your child set boundaries throughout the stages of puberty to make their lives more drama-free.
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