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Students Can Travel ‘Anywhere’ They Want To Go with Huntington Learning Center’s 2023 Summer Reading Adventure
Let the adventure begin! It's time to grab your passports and join Huntington for a summer-long journey where we let our imaginations run wild, and catch up on some of that reading we missed during this crazy school year. Stay on track to be reading at grade level this fall, and have FUN doing it! Reading Adventure is free and open to all families!
A Nation at Risk
Now, more than ever, we must invest the time and resources to ensure our children receive a quality education and rebound from learning disruptions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Know if Your Child Needs an IEP
Many students need individualized help from time to time, but for certain students, that help might be more specific and defined by an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The IEP is a required document for students who receive special education services.
Five Study Skills Middle Schoolers Need to Acquire and Refine
What are some of the middle school study skills your student should be cultivating as they move toward high school? Here are five of the most essential.
Student math scores are down from pre-COVID levels
Math and reading scores for students across the country are down following years of disrupted learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a report released by the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), the results show a slight dip in reading scores and the largest drop in math since testing began.
Identifying Learning Disabilities Early
If you know that your child is experiencing learning difficulties, it’s important to not ignore the signs. Here are a few things to watch for when your child is young that could be signs of learning disabilities or other learning issues.
RECENT NATIONAL STUDY SHOWS STEEP DECLINES IN TEST SCORES
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) released an initial report, known as the “Nation’s Report Card”, results show US students experienced the steepest decline in test scores on record since 1990. It is critical that Huntington, parents, educators, and school districts take action to intervene as early as possible for current and new students to remediate the growing skills gaps in the fundamentals of learning.
Tips for Students Headed Back to School
There are lots of things parents can do during the final weeks of summer to help their children prepare. A little mental preparation and some simple planning ahead can help children get off to the best start possible.
Is Hybrid Learning Here to Stay?
Whether students are back in the traditional classroom or still learning via a hybrid approach, the rules of engagement are the same. Students must put in the effort and the work to keep up in school, as the expectations will be the same.
What Science Teaches Beyond the Science
Even if your student isn’t passionate about the subject, learning science offers many valuable takeaways. Here are several things that students can learn from science that are beyond science.