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The Surprising Advantages of Early-Age Child Care and Education

The Surprising Advantages of Early-Age Child Care and Education | Nuture Your Child For The Better Future | Scoop.it
Enrolling Your Child in an Early Education Program Are you thinking twice about enrolling your child in an early-age program? You shouldn’t. Recent studies show that there are many advantages to giving your child an early education.
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I have my 5 year old girl, and I just enrolled her in learning academy. For me, providing our child a pre- education has a great advantages if they will enroll in regular schools. I see that my little girl is very confident and more active now.

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Choosing a School for students with LD: What Parents Need to Consider - NCLD

Choosing a School for students with LD: What Parents Need to Consider - NCLD | Nuture Your Child For The Better Future | Scoop.it

"Is my child

reluctant to go to school?weary and unhappy at the end of most school days?stuck in a cycle of underachievement or failure?complaining that school is boring and that teachers don’t care about him or her?lacking close friends at school?stressed out during the school year?

If your answer is yes to one or more of these questions, the school may be a poor fit for your child. What can you do?

 

The right school is a place where your child feels accepted and supported, a learning differences-friendly school that provides your child the services he or she requires to succeed.."


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Lou Salza's curator insight, August 31, 2013 11:01 AM

Markets differ across the country, but there are more choices now than ever before about where we send our children and grandchildren to school. The problem is that our public schools ought to be providing more of these choices closer to our homes! --Lou

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"...Today’s parents have considerable say about where their children go to school. Kids do not all attend their neighborhood school, as they did in the past. Most districts allow students to attend any of their schools and any school outside the district, provided space is available. Public school options may also include charter schools and magnet schools. Families can consider private schools, some devoted to the education of children with learning disabilities, others with well-established special education services. Homeschooling is increasingly popular, and there are many high-quality online schools..."

Where do you start? You know you have specific requirements for a school. Your child needs special services, informed and sympathetic teachers and administrators, and a suitable atmosphere for learning. How will you find the school that suits your child best? What rights does your child have for special education services, particularly if you’re looking at private schools? You need to know what your state offers because school choices vary from state to state. Most important, though, are the things you and your family find most valuable in a school.

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Ask the Expert: What Should I Look for in a School for My Child with Learning Disabilities?

Ask the Expert: What Should I Look for in a School for My Child with Learning Disabilities? | Nuture Your Child For The Better Future | Scoop.it
We asked Kevin Pendergast, Head of School at The Kildonan School, what a parent should look for when visiting a potential school for their child with learning disabilities and what aspects of a school help a child with LD thrive.

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