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An Alternative: Academic Achievers Academy

In a perfect world, you send your child off to school and they return smiling, stimulated, curious, and capable. Because school is their job and they feel confident, accepted, and passionate about the work they are doing. As a parent, … Continue reading

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Building Confidence and Resiliency in Young Learners

The transition into kindergarten can be difficult. But ultimately, building a foundation of confidence and resiliency will equip children with the mindset, motivation, and capability to succeed in school. Continue reading

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Gifted Children Need Support

Gifted children frequently encounter less academic support at school than children at the opposite end of the spectrum. Why is it that gifted children are not always given as much instructional support as children with learning difficulties? Adam Caller, educator … Continue reading

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