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Going back to school after the summer is always exciting as kids prepare for their new classroom and meeting new friends.
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Kids who enjoy reading are likely to turn into adults who regularly read for pleasure.
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Special education teachers have specific training to work effectively with students with disabilities. But they also use simple classroom strategies that drive engagement and increase achievement. Learn how you can practice these at home with your own child. Teachers work hard to meet the needs of their students. And so do parents. But is the expertise of educators making it 
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If a child struggles with math, chances are it isn’t because appropriate math concepts haven’t been taught. Although children might learn math concepts, the information might not “stick” – that is, the child may soon forget what she learned.
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As a parent, you are your child’s best education advocate—until he’s old enough and informed enough to speak up for himself. You know your child’s strengths and challenges, and you can help identify and push for the resources your child needs to succeed. Here are some tips to help you advocate for your child at school.
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Most good students aren't born good learners. Yes, individual personality plays a big part in a child's willingness to learn and their overall disposition when it comes to schooling and education, but most children who are good learners at some point had to become good learners. More importantly, any student, who possesses the basic aptitude and receives the right motivation, can become a good learner.
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The following are 50 Great Websites for Parents of Children with Special Needs. This list of resources is great for parents of children with special needs. The list contains links for associations, councils, centers, and societies. It also has links for conferences, financial aid and internships, and helpful websites, articles, and research. Blogs and Facebook pages are also on the list.
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My name is Ray Villegas, known to the students as Mr. Ray or Mr. V. I am the new English and History teacher and have been at The Broach School for 3 months. Everything has been impressive at Broach starting with my interview, meeting the talented teaching staff and how they have gone out of their way to help me 
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Selecting a school for your child who is coping with special needs can be a daunting task for any parent or guardian. In this article, we talk with the staff at the Episcopal Center for Children (the Center) about what factors to consider when selecting a school for your child coping with special needs.
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Learning to read is a challenge for many kids, but most can become good readers if they get the right help. Parents have an important job in recognizing when a child is struggling and knowing how to find help. Here are some signs to look for and things to do if you suspect your child is having trouble reading.
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