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Posts tagged with: parenting tips

By Teodora Pavkovic of Teop Coaching The recent revelations about social media’s potential negative impact on young people’s mental health has everyone stirring – not just Facebook’s Head of Safety. In a series of investigative articles released over the last...
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The preparation for college seems to be reaching younger and younger these days, as educational professionals say grimly, sadly shaking their heads. While the fear of anxiety may be real for young teens, that doesn’t mean the parents can’t be...
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By Tom Curley How did we get here? People have been singing the praises of and attacking new technology’s place in education for millennia. The printing press would bring about the end of humans’ ability to memorize anything, while at...
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In 1992, we got our second Mac computer, an LC, and it was the beginning of an alternate reality, at least it was in 1992. We had the old Apple 2E in the mid-80s, but that old green screen relic...
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By Josephine Vonarburg of Transitions College Advising During the college search process, students typically focus on getting into college and don’t think about what will happen beyond that. But getting an acceptance letter doesn’t guarantee success. With graduation rates lower...
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As we come to the end of summer, the new academic year is quickly approaching, and with it, a new cohort of students will be off to college for the first time. When it comes to packing, you might be...
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As the FDA chief, Dr. Scott Gotlieb recently announced that a fully remote school year is “possible” this year without mitigation tactics, it reminds me that there is a growing schism between public and private school education. Given Gotlieb’s remarks...
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By Dana Ponsky, owner of Dana Ponsky Consulting Services LLC I really enjoyed my college experience and loved being a student. In graduate school, I studied the work and theories of great educators who were experts in spirituality in higher...
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