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Ways You Can Reinforce Spanish Language Learning at Home

Written by Continuing Education on January 14, 2017. Posted in Elementary spanish, Spanish curriculum lessons for preschool, Spanish story book sets

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It is clear that people who speak more than one language have higher earning potentials than those who do not. It has been estimated that bilingual workers can make about 20% than people who can only speak one language. Young children can learn new languages very easily. From birth to eight years old, learning languages comes completely naturally. Once a child has learned one new language, learning more is easier. There are more and more ways to teach Spanish for preschoolers. This is good because the sooner children are exposed to a new language, the better. If you have enrolled your child in a Continue Reading | No Comments

Parents’ Prep What to Consider When You’re Child Is Entering School

Written by Continuing Education on January 12, 2017. Posted in Benefits of private school, High school basketball team, Why private schools are better

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If you want to send your child to a private school, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding one. There are nearly 31,000 private schools in the U.S. that serve more than 5 million kids in grades K-12. In fact, about a quarter of all schools in the U.S. are private schools, and they enroll about 10% of the school-age population. If you can afford the tuition, there are many benefits of private school education.

One of the biggest benefits of private school education is smaller class sizes. Since private schools are selective about what students they take and also charge tuition, they typically are smaller than public schools. A large majority of private sc

Are You Considering Sending Your Student to a Private School?

Written by Continuing Education on January 4, 2017. Posted in Best preschools in miami, Coral gables private schools, Kindergarten

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The break is over.
Today your husband went back to work; tomorrow the children head back to school. And just as the second semester starts, you find yourself stressing over the decision about where your son will go to high school next year. Although you have sent your children to public schools so far, as your oldest son finishes his last year in middle school you are considering making a change for high school. More and more, you are thinking that a private high school might be the best decision academically, socially, and athletically. From getting the one on one attention that he needs in the classroom to having a chance to make the high school basketball te