How To Tell If Business School Is Right For You

3 September 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Whether you already have a degree in something else or you just want to go to business school to get your degree, it can be a little overwhelming to consider all of the schooling that's ahead of you. Not only is going to business school a large time requirement but it can also come with a fairly hefty tuition price tag as well. If you are still a little bit on the fence about whether or not going to business school is the right next step for you, then this article is for you. Read More 

Four Tips To Make Speech Therapy More Effective For Your Autistic Child

9 May 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If your child has autism, speech therapy can help your child improve his or her communication. Children with speech limitations benefit from speech therapy that not only teaches them words but helps them understand how to meaningfully use language to communicate. Check out some of the ways you can help your child get the most from his or her speech therapy sessions. 1. Get the Whole Family Involved Most of the time, kids only see their speech therapist for a few hours each week. Read More 

Requirements For Model Christian School Leadership

25 April 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Christian school leadership requires more than the belief in Christ. Christian schools worth their salt have to set higher standards for those leading their staff and the education. If you are about to enroll your child in a Christian school, you should meet with its principal to see if the principal stands up to the following requirements. A Greater Understanding of Faith-Based Education Being a principal usually means that the person has been a teacher first. Read More 

Does Delaying Driving To 18 Or Older Provide Any Real Benefit?

7 April 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

With reminders of the risks of teen driving constantly hanging over you as a parent, it can be tempting to tell your children they can't drive until they become adults at age 18. However, this decision could backfire and leave your teen a lot less prepared than usual to face the challenges of the road, regardless of the age they start driving. Find out why delaying driving, especially driving training, is not necessarily a good idea. Read More 

Kids Get Bored After School? 3 Types Of After School Programs You Can Put Them In

30 March 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If your kids get bored after school each day this can get both frustrating for you and them. They may even start to act up and whine a lot to you because they have nothing to do. To take care of this, there is a variety of after school programs you can sign them up for, three of which are listed below. Physical Activity and Healthy Eating There are after school programs that teach your children different types of physical activity as well as ways they can eat healthily. Read More