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Talk to Your Children about Their Classes Every Day

I have three children, and like most working parents, I am busy from the time I wake up until the time I go to bed. When my son recently brought home a report card with a grade lower than he usually gets, I was shocked. However, I wasn't angry at him, but instead angry at myself -- I had been so busy that I hadn't been having frequent discussions with my children about how they were performing in each and every class. I always asked them how their days went, but this made me realize that I had to spend more time each day discussing their classes with them. I know there are other busy parents out there, so I decided to make a blog to share my tips for helping children get the most out of their K-12 educations when you are a busy parent.

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Tips For Selecting A Private School For Your Child

Enrolling your child in a school that can provide a rigorous and balanced education is one of the most important things that you can do to help give your child a bright future. However, the process of choosing a private school for your child can be a complex and delicate decision. Fortunately, you may find that you are better able to evaluate potential schools for your child by using some basic tips. Read More 

Some Important Benefits That A Private High School Can Provide Your Child

The quality of education that a person receives can be a major factor in the opportunities that they will have as an adult. Unfortunately, there are some parents that may assume that college is the only type of education that is really important for one's career. Yet, high school can play a formative role in a child's development, and private high schools can offer a number of advantages. Access To Many After-School Programs And Activities Read More 

Tips For Helping Your Child Succeed In Private School

If you have a child that you have decided to send to private school, you probably have many good reasons for doing so. Private schools often have smaller class sizes that make it much more difficult for children who have a hard time paying attention in class or struggle with a learning disability to get more one-on-one time with the teacher. This keeps children from slipping through the cracks, which might happen in a larger public school. Read More