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Challenge Your Child With the Rigorous Curriculum of a Private School Education

Written by Continuing Education on November 6, 2016. Posted in High school basketball team, Private schools coral gables, South miami high school

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Discussions about the right schools for our children seem to start a younger age every year. There are even some discussions about the right preschool to send our toddlers to! And while it might seem a bit ridiculous, the debate comes from a good place — we all want our children to be successful and to get the best start in life possible. Pretty much everyone agrees that this kind of success starts in our schools. Many argue the benefits of private school education far outweigh the costs of paying for a private school education, especially in larger cities where many public schools are often sadly underfunded. A private school education can often be key for getting into certa

Five Reasons to Pursue a College Degree

Written by Continuing Education on July 18, 2016. Posted in Bachelor degree communications, Bachelors degree in english, Bachelors in communications

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Earning a college degree is not necessarily a requirement of “the American dream,” but it has opened up countless opportunities for people of all backgrounds and ages. There’s no wrong time to pursue an education!

Whether you’re 19 or 45, you can begin the path to a bachelors or masters degree today. Still on the fence? Here are five reasons you should consider pursuing a college degree.

Make More Money

It’s no lie that a college education is an investment, but it’s one that creates serious benefits. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to earn a STEM degree to be successful in the world. A human development degree can provide just as many,

High School Playoffs for Some Sports Could be Coming to An End in Louisiana

Written by Continuing Education on June 10, 2016. Posted in Athletics, Preparatory school coral gables fl, Private schools in miami

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In Louisiana, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) has been receiving complaints regarding its public and private school split.

“There is a tremendous amount of distrust between public school and private schools,” said Ken Trahan, sports analyst.

Principles from across the state are voting to split up the LHSAA for three sports: baseball, softball and basketball.

High school football has already split up from the LHSAA a few years ago. In order to provide enough league champions in all the sports, football increased its number of championship games from five to nine, and the other three sports will go up from seven to 14 championship games.

Some state principles, however, are against the decision to split up the public and private school and think it could lea

The Tough Questions Parents Need to Ask to Determine What the Best Preschool is For Their Child

Written by Continuing Education on June 6, 2016. Posted in Childrens musical learning coconut creek fl, Kindercare, Private preschool tuition

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Unlike many other things in life, there is no guide or “rule” book when it comes to raising children, with a lot of parents having to simply learn as they go through trial and error. And with parenting being one of the — if not the — hardest job on the planet, it’s easy to see how a parent could become stressed at the thought of making a big mistake during at least 18 years of on the job training. After all, creating, take care of, and raising another human being to become a happy, healthy, and productive member of society is kind of a big deal, so it’s easy to see why parents feel so pressured in raising their child the “right” (cough, cough — socially accepted) way.

And one of the most important (and most heavily criticized) areas of parenting is education. Whether Continue Reading | No Comments

How to Make the Task of Finding the Right Preschool Your Child or Children Easier Than Ever Before

Written by Continuing Education on May 26, 2016. Posted in Grade school readiness, High quality education, Preschool leonia nj

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When it comes to making the best and right decisions in terms of your child’s care, especially when it comes to the education and care of young children, compromise simply isn’t an option! Similar to choosing the right daycare facility, choosing and finding the right preschool is not only imperative to creating sense of grade school readiness and getting a high quality education, but it’s also an important part of your child’s overall well being. As such, finding the right preschool can be a nerve wracking experience and one that’s rife with doubt, indecision, and frustration.

But guess what — it doesn’t have to be!

Like any arduous task that seems impossible, the task

Tips for Teaching Preschool Kids Spanish

Written by Continuing Education on March 3, 2016. Posted in Homeschool spanish curriculum, Preschool spanish lessons, Spanish curriculum

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Being bilingual has definite advantages. Bilingual people make more money. They earn about 20% morethan people who cannot speak more than one language. If you have children, you may be interested in teaching them to speak a second language. It is much easier for really young children to pick up a new language than for older children, adolescents or adults. Once kids learn a second language, it becomes a lot easier for them to master a third. More and more parents are finding this out and turning to programs that can help their kids in this area. Spanish for preschoolers is a big thing around the country and preschool spanish lessons are being offered in more and more places.

Great Tips for Teaching Your Kids Spanish:

  • Find an enthusia

Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Tattoo Artist? Find Out, Here?

Written by Continuing Education on March 3, 2016. Posted in Becoming a tattoo apprentice, Los angeles tattoo apprenticeship, Tattoo apprenticeship los angeles

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For those who identify themselves as artists, it?s important to remember why you wanted to start creating art in the first place…

Art is the foundation of feelings: it is born of the intangible. Art is meant to touch your soul and push you to reflect on yourself, as well as the world around you. Because we exist in a world saturated with superficial cares, art is the tool we use to process. Art processes that which it understands, along with that which puzzles the masses.

Of course, depending on your medium, art can be interpreted in a number of ways. For example, if you?re a skillful drawer, perhaps you?ve wondered how to become a tattoo artist. A tattoo artist can specialize in a variety of styles, with a certain expertise in particular fields, such as portraits or tribals. To perfect

Top Five Tips On Finding The Right Apartment Or Campus Housing

Written by Continuing Education on February 29, 2016. Posted in Apartments near uc berkeley, Off campus apartments, Property management berkeley

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So, you’re off to college or found a new job and looking for an apartment is high on your priority list. Where do you even start with the plethora of options at your disposal? Is it wise to choose the cheapest on the list? Is a roommate you don’t know a good idea or would you rather proceed on your own? These questions can be overwhelming for a beginner starting out on their journey to adulthood, but rest assured these are just a few stumbling blocks on the new life you’re crafting and you’re far from the only one searching. Below are the top five tips to finding campus housing or a general apartment, from day-to-day safety to signing your first lease.

You’re Not Alone!

Looking for an apartment is a rite of passage in the United States, as everyone will

The Importance of Special Education Programs and Schools for Students With Learning Disabilities

Written by Continuing Education on February 17, 2016. Posted in Autistic schools in nj, Schools

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Schools for students with learning disabilities, sometimes known as “special schools,” are a must in our society. Broadly defined, a special school is simply a school which caters to students who have special educational needs. These needs may be due to a student having severe learning difficulties, physical disabilities, or behavioral problems.

These schools are entirely necessary in fostering a progressive, morally upright civilization. While public schools or typical learning environments are usually sufficient for most students, it has been demonstrated that students with special needs are likely to benefit the most from additional educational services, such as different

How Going Back to School Could Actually Help Make Ends Meet

Written by Continuing Education on February 16, 2016. Posted in B.a. in english, Best english major colleges, College

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It seems that these days you need a college degree and sometimes an even higher level of education to get a job that pays well. People tend to respond negatively (and with surprise) when people mention they don’t have a college education. However, sometimes life gets in the way. Even people who attended undergraduate, but never went on to a master’s program can face challenges getting the job they want, because of all the competition. Other adults may go back to school later in life because they’ve found a passion for a certain subject and want to develop a skill that they can channel into a new business pursuit or career. A popular degree for adult educ