From letter sounds in kindergarten to AP test scores in high school, it’s important for everyone to be informed when it comes to academic success. When parents don’t know what their student is struggling with, they may be unable to help until it’s too late.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
Why is critical thinking the most in demand skill that’s not actually being taught in public schools today and how you can help to fix it?
Inclusion classrooms are centered around making sure all students are given the richest educational experience possible, but teachers must be mindful to overcome the unique challenges they can present.
What follows is a general overview of a variety of topics dealing with literacy rates. Each topic will be further expanded upon in other articles that will be linked here when they are published.
While there is no single right way to do an education, it is helpful and important to be familiar with the different models of education so that we can understand the benefits and drawbacks of each. As parents, we want to know how our child is learning and how to best support them. As teachers, we understand the value of questioning and evaluating our own methods and making adjustments when needed in order to best support our students’ learning.