Admittedly, parents have all the reasons to invest in their children’s education. They clearly know how important the future of their kids is. In the competitive world, we are in, letting your kids go to school with comfortable shoes and backpacks heavy with books is not all that matters. There is more to be done. Focusing on their performance is the most important thing. The performance of the kids has got a lot to with their parent than their teachers or their brainpower. In which ways then can a parent improve the grades of the child? Arguably, there is a wide range of activities thatRead More →

When does summer school start and end? Summer school can start as early as the end of May and can go until the last week of August. For traditional schools not on year-round schedules, the first day of school resumes after Labor Day in September. In some instances, summer school sessions can end the week before the academic year begins. Summer school is commonly broken up into sessions during the summer to accommodate for family vacations and to avoid student burnout. Some schools may establish 2 sessions, each containing anywhere from 3 weeks to 5 weeksRead More →

Common Core Standards (info taken from Authors: National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, Council of Chief State School Officers Title: Common Core State Standards. Publisher: National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, Council of Chief State School Officers, Washington D.C. Copyright Date: 2010 Set of high-quality standards in mathematics and English Language arts/literacy (ELA) Outlines what a student should know by the end of each grade Ensure students graduated from high school with skills and knowledge to succeed in college and career. All the ELA and Math standards incorporate problem-solving, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills Adopted by 42 states, D.C, 4 territoriesRead More →