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The Benefits Of A Virtual Charter School For Your Child

2 November 2015
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No two children learn the same, each one possessing a special talent for learning. In large classrooms at brick and mortar schools, pinpointing each child's talent for learning is difficult and many times impossible for one teacher. For many kids today, being taught at home is the best way for learning and for making it over hurdles that would otherwise challenge them in a traditional classroom setting. If you are worried about your child's progress in a brick and mortar public school, check out these benefits of learning online at a virtual charter school. Read More …

Growing Pains: 5 Tips For Managing Preschooler Stress

29 October 2015
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Childhood is often thought of as an idyllic time when kids are free to explore the world without worrying about adult concerns. However, kids today are exposed to stressful experiences during early childhood, such as parental separation and divorce, which can impact their future development. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, early exposure to prolonged stress can result in delayed brain growth and disrupted neuron connections that can influence a child's behavior into adulthood. Read More …

Which Child Care Program Is The Best For My Child’s Summer Off?

28 October 2015
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Besides giving your child the education he or she needs to survive in life, the public school system also provides an unofficial childcare service. But when summer rolls around, you may be wondering how to ensure that your child is cared for while you are at your new job. There are a couple of options available to you, but the best option for most parents is to enroll their children in daycare services. Read More …

Sick Plans: 3 Signs That Your Child’s Elementary School Has A Handle On Infectious Diseases

20 October 2015
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Nurseries and grade schools are prime places for infectious diseases to spread, and there's not much that can be done to change that. The close proximity of children to one another in their classrooms turns young students into sitting targets for the newest bugs going around. But there are 3 ways a responsible elementary school will handle any disease outbreaks in their classrooms: The school has a clear and enforceable immunization policy. Read More …