Educational initiatives to assure children that learn to read by the third grade abound at the national, state and local levels. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to realize that reading is the most important educational skill a child can possess. Here are some tips to help raise a reader.
If you think the nation’s education system is responsible for developing your child’s brain, think again.
When most of us were babies, scientists knew relatively little about how our brains worked. Since then there have been major discoveries in the field of early childhood development.
It’s a typical school day morning. We send our children out the door to pre-, public, private or charter school, secure in the feeling that our school is as good, or better, than any other. But not all schools are created equal. Even though all public and private elementary schools must comply with the state… Read more »
For many families, after-school time has become a battlefield, filled with tension and tears as children struggle to complete assignments, and parents struggle to maintain a peaceful family life. One family’s cure: family study time. Could it work for you?
A Profile of Middle Tennessee’s Newest Education Leader.
Clear as day, I remember a girl in my elementary school named Alice. Alice came from a poor family and her clothes were often worn and tattered. Kids would groan and roll their eyes if the teacher asked them to sit next to her. To catch “Alice’s kooties” was the worst thing that could happen… Read more »
Does your child need to improve his skills? Put these tips to the test!
Local enrichment program Be Smart Kids educates youngsters as early as 18 months old.
It’s the start of summer vacation. Parents are scrambling to fill the void left by closed classroom doors. Of course, closed doors don’t necessarily have to mean closed books.