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How to Build Children’s Confidence as Students
Parents who want to provide academic support to their children at home should try to develop their young learners’ confidence in themselves. How can you do so?
Tips for Staying on Track with Schoolwork During Winter Break
Sometimes teachers assign homework that is designed to keep students’ minds fresh, so they do not lose skills and are ready to pick up where they left off when school resumes again in a few weeks.
Whatever the situation, if your student does have winter break homework to do, here are a few tips for keeping them on track
How to Prepare for a Tutoring Session
Getting your child tutoring help if they’ve been struggling in school for a while is a wise decision. The more your child approaches tutoring with a positive, productive mindset, the better it will go. Here are a few tips on how you and your child can prepare for each tutoring session
Signs That Your Child Needs Homework Help
Homework is an important part of school, helping reinforce concepts taught in the classroom and providing students the opportunity to practice and apply new knowledge independently. When academic problems arise, however, homework difficulty is one of the early signs.
Bridging the Gap: How Tutoring & Intervention Can Help Youth in Foster Care
Widespread health crises have largely impacted students nationwide, with skills gaps and unfinished learning becoming one of the biggest issues students face today. Many schools and districts are looking to bridge these gaps by providing high-dosage tutoring, reading and math interventions, and educational scholarships to allow students to seek private help.
How to Help Your Child With Spelling Problems
Spelling practice is important for all students, as it helps younger students learn how to read and helps older students with vocabulary growth and reading comprehension.
How Tutoring Helps Kids in Crisis
Tutoring can be a valuable resource for families and children struggling with learning loss and ongoing mental health struggles as it provides them with a supportive environment in which they can work on their academic goals while also receiving guidance and support from a trusted adult.
Three Reasons Why Academic Support This Summer Can Help Your Struggling Student
While summer is a welcome and much-needed break from school for many children, it’s also the best time to provide academic support for your child, who may have faced learning difficulties this school year. Here are several reasons why it is urgent that you get your child academic support and tutoring help
Preventing Summer Slide with Publicly Funded Programs: Help Students Maintain Academic Success during the Summer Months
Huntington Learning Center’s Publicly Funded Programs can help schools work with parents and families, preparing the students for their next grade level and helping to bridge any gaps a student may have. As we transition into the long, hot days of summer, here are a few ways to make sure students avoid summer learning loss.
A Parent’s Guide to an IEP
IEPs are a valuable tool for students who need them, but they are not the right fit for everyone. Throughout the disability evaluation process, remember that the end goal is to get your child the services they need, regardless of whether it is through an IEP, a 504 Plan, or another option outside of the special education system.