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30 April

The Cost of Child Care – Why it will continue to rise?

It will come as no surprise to parents that child care can be expensive – and in some states and cities excessively so. There are multiple reasons for this high cost, such as regulations regarding ratios of teacher to students (these are certainly necessary), inexperienced management (since most centers are run by individuals/families), lack of intelligent software that could help make operations more efficient, and, perhaps the most important contributor, need for continuous and intense efforts relating to staff recruitment/retention and turnover.

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22 February

Homework – Is It Necessary?

It seems that homework has recently become controversial – is it good or not? In reality, the debate has been around for a very long time. In the late 19th century, and very early 20th century, homework was considered “bad” and California even went to the extent of passing a law in 1901 abolishing homework…

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08 February

Why Are Boring Tasks Important?

“Boring” tasks are important to teach persistence and discipline in a world where children are exposed to a lot of high-octane video games, immediate gratification of all basic needs (hungry? Just go to the refrigerator and eat something – they don’t have to wait for a parent to go stalk a deer, kill it, skin it, then cook it), and continuous colorful and interactive toys…

How-to-Evaluate-Studies-on-Early-Education
25 January

How to Evaluate Studies on Early Education

One can always find a study or experiment that supports one’s view. For example, even today there are societies dedicated to proving that the earth is flat (see References for link). Education, especially early education, is no exception. For example, there are some that say homework is bad for children and some that say homework is good for children…

2019-jan-newsletter
01 January

Newsletter January 2019

Welcome to the New School Year

Well, here it is again…a new school year. We are very excited to start the second year of our much-acclaimed curriculum and teaching methods.
There are many new things that have happened. We have made significant improvements in our infrastructure (please see other articles in newsletter), our curriculum, and staffing patterns. 

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05 September

Newsletter September 5, 2017

Welcome to the New School Year

Well, here it is again…a new school year. We are very excited to start the second year of our much-acclaimed curriculum and teaching methods.
There are many new things that have happened. We have made significant improvements in our infrastructure (please see other articles in newsletter), our curriculum, and staffing patterns. 

2017-newsletter
13 February

Newsletter February 13, 2017

What’s New in 2017? 

First we would like to thank all parents and staff for a successful 2016!  We have received a large amount of feedback on how much all our children are learning in their classrooms and this pleases us to no end!  After all our mission is “to educate our children to their maximal potential – everyday!” 

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14 December

Newsletter December 14, 2015

Curriculum Established – Refinement Continues

The new curriculum initiated in September 2015 has been quite a success. Parents, teachers, and of course most importantly, the children, have welcomed the new curriculum with much enthusiasm. The increased structure and academic focus has really been popular with the children (at least the vast majority). They are enjoying the learning and feel proud and accomplished when they are able to recite their lessons for the week with ease by the time Friday rolls around.