Category Archives: Education

U.S. Summer Camps: A Child’s Dream Playground

By Beverly Cole | Published May 19, 2016

Summertime – Few words invoke more happiness in an American child’s heart. Kids love the summer. After nine months of structured learning, being told how to sit and when to […]

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How Korean Children Can Study English Over Winter Break

By Beverly Cole | Published December 16, 2015

Is there a “best” way to teach your children how to speak, read, and write in English? No matter which technique you use for your children, learning another language takes […]

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Computer Programming for Kids: My Personal Quest

By Namee Oberst | Published December 7, 2015

It’s no secret that many of today’s geniuses hail from the tech world. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg: they are household names who have changed the world. Just about […]

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Why Every Parent with School Age Kids Should Think About Joining the PTA

By Namee Oberst | Published October 5, 2015

For parents with school age children, it’s a yearly ritual. Every fall or late summer, parents sit eagerly at the school orientation meeting anxiously hoping to gather information about what […]

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Harvard, Stanford, and MIT top list of world universities.

By admin | Published August 28, 2015

Harvard, Stanford, and MIT are the top 3 universities in the world, according to the 2015 Academic Ranking of World Universities list compiled by researchers at the Center for World-Class […]

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BATHTIME MATHTIME WITH MOM

By Beverly Cole | Published August 17, 2015

I am not talking about home schooling my kids. Hat seriously off to anyone who accepts sole responsibility for his or her child’s education.  Instead, my goal has been to […]

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MIDDLE SCHOOL: THE BEST TIME TO LEARN HOW TO WRITE

By Beverly Cole | Published August 17, 2015

As a student in middle school or high school, it can be difficult to discern which information is significant to your GPA, and which information is essential as a building […]

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Washington Post: “If you want your children to succeed, teach them to share in kindergarten”

By admin | Published August 7, 2015

Author Emma Brown writes about the latest research from Pennsylvania State University which found that kindergartners’ ability to share, cooperate and get along well with others can be powerful predictors […]

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Bloomberg: “How to Get Into an Ivy League College—Guaranteed”

By admin | Published August 6, 2015

Do you think it’s worth $700,000 to get your kid into an Ivy League? Some families do. Author Peter Waldman writes about Steven Ma and his San Francisco-based college consulting […]

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Huffington Post: “10 Secrets for Top College Admissions”

By admin | Published August 4, 2015

Dr. Michele Hernandez, the author of several well-known books on college admissions and former Assistant Admissions Director at Dartmouth University, shares her 10 best secrets for top college admissions. For […]

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