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Let’s face it… ...parents (and kids) are busy! It is difficult to “fit in” all that needs to be done in a day.
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Kellie Potter Principal, The Broach School – Bradenton My love for education began when I was a child. Being a part of my school community, getting to know other families, participating in school events, all while enjoying the challenges of rigorous academics, taught by caring teachers filled me with a great desire to be an educator. I have been blessed […]
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Source: https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/building-schools/ Establish clearly defined school-wide behavior expectations rather than rules that describe only general principles. Here is an example of a clearly defined rule: “No teasing. Teasing is name-calling, starting rumors, gestures, or other actions that are likely to make students feel bad about themselves.” Use predictable and escalating consequences for aggression rather than creating a unique consequence for each […]
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There are many factors which come into play in determining the quality of your child’s education, but one thing that many parents overlook is student-teacher ratio.
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As we sail through the 21st century, technology in the classroom is becoming more and more predominant.
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School choice is a nationwide movement that empowers parents by enabling them to make the best possible choice for their children's education.
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Students K-12 who have developmental delays or on the lower-functioning end of the autism spectrum.
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Kids who read often and widely get better at it. This is pretty much just common sense.
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Students K-12 who require specialized equipment, services, or therapies. Students may have physical, visual, or hearing disabilities.
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