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Many companies, like yours, invest both time and money in providing state-of-the-art training programs for their employees. These programs are designed to provide your employees with the latest and best practices or industry-leading solutions in order to stay competitive and meet the needs of your business and customer base. Growing technology providess you the flexibility to offer this training in ways that are not only convenient to your employees but also affordable and best for ...

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Last updated 2 years, 2 months ago.
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Importance of Personalized Student Support


It's no secret that boys often seem to come off the worse for their interactions with formal education. Boys have higher high-school drop-out rates, lower college admittance rates, and much higher rates of diagnosed learning disorders than girls do. With these statistics looming, an important question becomes: How can we help boys succeed in school?   It comes as no surprise that one of the most effective success tools for any student is more personalized ...

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Last updated 2 years, 7 months ago.
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Analyzing if Your Child Needed to Change Schools


Different children view school in different ways. Some love it, some hate it, and some see it as a prison sentence: they equate graduation with being paroled.   Still, there is a difference between a kid who dislikes school because they'd rather be out riding bikes or home playing video games, and one who dislikes school because of a particular institution.   If your child fits in the latter category, the good news is that ...

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Last updated 2 years, 7 months ago.
Posted in Schools.
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The Growing Gender Gap in Education


Logically speaking, there should be no real differences between boys and girls in the classroom. In an ideal school setting, all students receive the same lessons and the same treatment from their teachers, and whether or not a child is male or female should have no bearing on his or her ability to learn. And yet, there is an undeniable gender gap in American schools, with girls being more academically successful than boys. Experts have ...

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Last updated 3 years, 1 month ago.
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Are U.S. Schools’ Standards Not Making the Grade?


Are U.S. Schools’ Standards Not Making the Grade? Sherman Financial Group Comments Sherman Financial Group, the global investment company that founded the Charleston, SC based Meeting School Academy, has spoken out regarding the poor standards of the American school system. In January 2002, then-President George W. Bush signed No Child Left Behind into law, which ushered in an era of standardized test-based school reform. In the years since, according to the Sherman Financial Group, No ...

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Last updated 3 years, 2 months ago.
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