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Learning Pods and Homeschool to Facilitate Education

Creating “Learning Pods” to Facilitate Educational Instruction During COVID-19 Los Angeles County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer told school district leaders they must prepare for the possibility that students would need to continue learning remotely 100% of the time at the start of the school year. Research Shows Students Falling Months Behind During Virus […]

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A message from Chancellor Johnson on changes to Athletics

Chancellor Johnson provides an important update on changes within the Department of Athletics & Recreation Dear UMassD community, I am writing to announce important changes to our Department of Athletics & Recreation. The decision came after multiple reviews of the intercollegiate athletics program over the past decade. To provide our student-athletes with an exceptional experience, […]

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Effective Executive Functioning Skills

What is Executive Functioning? Are you familiar with the term “Executive Functioning”?  Executive Functioning has been described as “the management system of the brain” that accesses information, thinks about solutions, and implements those solutions.  The term may be new to you but there is a high probability that your child is currently struggling with implementing […]

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Avoid Learning Loss: Take Advantage of the Summer Months

“Summer slide” is the term used to describe the loss of learning that many children experience, particularly in reading and math skills over the summer. With worldwide school closures due to COVID-19 districts are bracing for an even larger slide. Experts agree that missing school for a prolonged period will likely have significant impacts on […]

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Yes, You Still Have to Take the SAT or ACT!

Because of the pandemic, many colleges nationwide have made the SAT and ACT optional for this year’s admissions. As colleges came online during the spring and are still making plans for this fall, The Times  just reported that the UC system passed a proposal for the SAT and the ACT to be optional for the next two […]

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Get Kids Excited About Writing

  Now more than ever, we rely on our devices to keep us connected. They are the guardians of our emails, text messages, and social media, leaving us little reason to write letters. Will the art of letter writing become a thing of the past? Will our children experience the joy of picking out a […]

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Thinking About College? Your SAT Prep Guide

The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. It is also one of the most challenging components of the admissions process and requires effective planning in order to achieve success. Deciding when to begin prepping for the SAT will vary; starting too early may leave you struggling since the content on the SAT might not be […]

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Private School ISEE Action Plan: Lets get Prepared

What is ISEE? Getting into the right private school can be an incredibly confusing process for parents and students.  Similarly, registering, applying, and testing can often feel daunting and frustrating.  The first step, research and select schools you would like to attend.  The second, register and prepare for the ISEE.  The ISEE, or Independent School […]

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How Can I Tutor My Child Online?

How Can I Tutor My Child Online? That is the question many parents are asking right now. With school campuses closed and turning to online teaching, parents are turning to online tutors to help with the workload. Now, how do you find that fantastic qualified online tutor? Here are a few things to consider in […]

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How Much Is Online Tutoring?

When it comes to hiring an online tutor, there is a myriad of options, so it should come as no surprise that pricing varies depending on your child’s specific academic needs. Tutoring rates are based on professional experience and qualifications, where you live, and the complexity of the subject matter.  On average, an online tutor […]

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