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8 Engaging Summer Programs for Kids

8 Engaging Summer Programs for Kids

Summer is almost here, and parents across the nation are scrambling to find ways to keep their little ones occupied throughout the sunny season. Summer camps offer one method for keeping toddlers to teens busy, healthy, and learning. What kind of programs do parents have to choose from? Summer programs for kids range from absolutely…
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Top 10 Benefits of Enrolling Early in an Online School

Top 10 Benefits of Enrolling Early in an Online School

Spring and early summer may not be the peak time that parents think about the next school year, but maybe that’s because they aren’t aware of the many benefits of enrolling early in an online school. If you’ve made the decision to enroll your child in an online school—or you are planning to return to…
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K12 Reveals the Winners of the 2019 'Subject Matters' Poetry Contest

K12 Reveals the Winners of the 2019 'Subject Matters' Poetry Contest

Recently, K12 held a poetry contest in which students were encouraged to submit their original poems that related to the contest theme, “Subject Matters.” More than 300 students in kindergarten through 12th grade entered the contest to write poems featuring their favorite school subject. The submissions highlight the talent and creativity of K12-powered students. View…
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How to Plan a Fun Backyard Family Camping Adventure

How to Plan a Fun Backyard Family Camping Adventure

One of the summertime rites of passage for many families is camping. Some of the longest-lasting, happy childhood memories can be made while spending quality time under a starry, moonlit night—and then climbing into a tent and drifting off to sleep listening to the nighttime sounds of nature. That’s the ideal version of family camping.…
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How the 'Stress Bias' Affects Students' Test Scores

How the 'Stress Bias' Affects Students' Test Scores

Test anxiety is real. Even those who don’t experience extreme levels of stress when taking exams probably know someone whose skin goes clammy and stomach churns on test days. The condition is recognized by the Anxiety and Depression Society of America as a form of performance anxiety, due to fear of failure, lack of preparation,…
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An End-of-School-Year Guide for Parents

As the school year concludes, take the time to review your child’s progress and look ahead to summer activities and plans. This end-of-the-year checklist offers a valuable planning tool to help you organize and prioritize your family activities for the coming months.

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