Ready for school?

In the first five years of life, a child’s brain grows to 90% of its adult size. Your child starts to learn from the day he or she is born. As your child’s first and most important teacher, you can help him or her learn more and prepare for school success from the start. Singing, speaking, and reading to your infant are the first steps in helping your child get ready for school success.

Distance Learning: Up Close and Challenging

Distance Learning: Up Close and Challenging

Distance Learning: Up Close and Challenging Once upon a time, “distance learning” might have sounded easy: Find resources, sit your kids down, and voilà, they "do school" while you mop the floor or hop on the computer to do your own job remotely. The reality is a lot...

Learning Continues During COVID-19 School Closing

Learning Continues During COVID-19 School ClosingWhile COVID-19 has closed preschools and elementary schools, your child’s learning can — and should — continue at home. And whether you have WiFi access or not, opportunities for your child to learn and grow abound,...

Navigating Language Immersion Education

Navigating Language Immersion Education

Navigating Language Immersion Education When children learn all subjects in a new language — called immersion education — they benefit in many ways. In developing fluency in another language in daycare, Pre-K or kindergarten, children gain a lifetime skill that can be...

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