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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.
HUNTINGTON CELEBRATES 45TH ANNIVERSARY OF DELIVERING STUDENT RESULTS
Forty-five years after Huntington Learning Center opened its doors to its first students and families, the nation’s leading tutoring and test prep provider is excited to join students and families once again to help during this 2022-2023 school year and beyond.
Five Tips to Make This School Year Successful
The school year is off to a start, but you want to make it the best start possible. There are several easy ways to help your child set the tone for a positive, productive year.
The Role Working Memory Plays in Learning
In school, your child relies on their memory to learn. But there are different types of memory that come into play during different situations. How do children use working memory in school?
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.
Confronting Lingering Learning Issues: What to Do to Help Your Child
Even the best of students will find some subjects or concepts difficult, but when an academic issue becomes bigger or seems to be affecting your child for an extended period of time, it’s best not to ignore it. Here are a few tips on how to help your child confront lingering learning issues that simply aren’t going away on their own.
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 is an IEP vs. a 504 Plan?
If you have a student with unique learning needs or a learning disability, you’ve probably heard of the Individualized Education Plan, better known as the IEP, and the Section 504 plan. Both the IEP and the 504 plan are intended to help students with disabilities succeed in the classroom, but parents often want to know how exactly.
Five Issues That Cause Students to Struggle with Math
Knowing the cause of a student’s math struggles isn’t easy to detect for most parents. While there are many complex, multifaceted reasons students struggle with math, students often grapple with many of the same things. Here are a few of the most common issues.
Why Mastery of Skills is Important for Young Students
Mastery of skills is essential for deeper learning. Students who are encouraged to master knowledge before moving on to the next concept are inherently taught to persevere and approach learning with a growth (rather than fixed) mindset. They also build their confidence in the process.