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When They’re Too Big for Summer Camp :: Tulane Pre-College Offers a Solution to “Brain Drain”

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Tulane Pre-College and was written by Kristin Guidry. When They’re Too Big for Summer Camp :: Tulane Pre-College Offers a Solution to “Brain Drain”   Summer can be more than just fun… Summer is a magical time for students. The day-to-day routine of classes and teachers is replaced by fun, […]

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How Montessori Middle Schools Honor and Empower Adolescents

Disclosure: This post was written and sponsored by Montessori School of New Orleans. How Montessori Middle Schools Honor and Empower Adolescents “We must help the child to act for himself, will for himself, think for himself; this is the art of those who aspire to serve the spirit.” Dr. Maria Montessori | Education for a […]

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It’s NOT About the Creepy Girl :: Lessons From the YouTube Momo Hysteria

It’s NOT About the Creepy Girl :: Lessons From the Momo Hysteria By now, we’ve all seen the creepy, bug-eyed girl with the long black hair jumping through our screens. These posts are shared by well-intentioned parents, caregivers, grandmas and friends wanting to warn you about a “new threat” popping up on your child’s iPad […]

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Tips for Parents to Help Their Children Become School Ready

Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by The Parenting Center. How Can Parents Help Their Children Become School Ready? Have you ever wondered, what exactly is school readiness? How will putting together a puzzle benefit your child in school? What is meant by social emotional development? Parents can assist their children with becoming school ready […]

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Why Magazine Subscriptions Make a Great Gift for Kids {Avoiding the Fourth Grade Slump}

Kids Love Stories From birth and beyond, fiction is presented to us and typically, this is where we fall in love with reading. Once Upon a Time … are the words we look for when we know something wonderful is about to happen. We get to travel to distant lands, meet magical creatures and go […]

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What You Need to Know About Jefferson Parish and New Orleans Charter Schools

What’s a Charter School? Charters are public schools that operate outside of the traditional Parish School System, though some are still authorized and overseen by the local school board (Type 1 & 3). Type 2, 4 & 5 are BESE authorized, which means The Louisiana Department of Education oversees these charters. Every charter school (or network of charter […]

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De La Salle High School :: Coeducational, Collaborative 21st Century-Learning, Anchored in Faith

De La Salle High School :: Coeducational, Collaborative 21st Century-Learning, Anchored in Faith Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by our friends at De La Salle High School.  De La Salle High School’s “Co-Ed Advantage” prepares both boys and girls for college, career, and life. The only private, co-educational, Catholic 8-12 high school in New […]

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