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Some academic problems are easier to spot than others. Included are several trouble signs to watch for.
Many parents work hard to find ways to teach their children to be good citizens and caring people, but with a little planning, you can also foster your child’s interest in reading at the same time.
Practical tips to help you get your child to become a self-reliant and successful student.
How to Spot Problems in Children’s Writing Homework
Keep an eye out for red flags by asking yourself these five questions...
Dave Tilles from the Huntington Learning Center discusses the signs that your student is not just "being lazy".
Your child doesn’t have to aspire to be the next president of the United States to benefit from the lessons of leadership. Consider these tips from Dave Tilles, of the Huntington Learning Center.
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