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Photo from summit-esl.comParents have always been cautioned that grades are not the be all and end all for your child. Many successful individuals actually struggled to get top honors in school. Fact. Grades and report cards, though, are one of the ways educators and
How important is it to introduce ‘grades’ to your early learner?
Talking about grades may not be the easiest thing to do, but your child who receives stickers and stars as a preschooler will soon discover the significance of the progress report he brings home to mom and dad. When your child is
The Education Act of 1982 provides the answers.
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Prepare yourself for one of the most stressful times in your child’s (and maybe even your) school life.
Report card day or a parent-teacher conference (if your child is too young to get a report card) may fill some parents with dread and anxiety. What if the teacher says negative things about your child? What if you find out that
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Faced with the dilemma of selecting the best preschool for your kid? We present to you several learning and teaching methods to make the right pick.
Teachers help discover children’s kind of “smart” to teach concepts, believing that learning is an individual process and there is no one strategy that will work for all students. Assessment and evaluation of a student’s performance and skills cannot be quantified in