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As children move up through the grades, pressure builds, coursework and studying demands increase, and supporting students’ academic endeavors with essential learning strategies becomes even more crucial though is too often overlooked. That’s where I come in. My books, articles, blogs, and resources are all designed to provide students with the tools they need to be successful, while supporting the efforts of parents and teachers at the same time.

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COVID Facts, Figures, Kids, and School

Confusion reigns as school reopening plans meet with pushback and revisions, leaving parents, teachers, and kids, too, anxious and uneasy about September, so here some food for thought from experts who’ve collected and studied the most current data… KNOW THAT,...

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Safety Measures Being Considered When Schools Reopen

Thought you might like to know that, just this week, the Texas Medical Association came out with a risk assessment scale from one to nine for 36 activities, including: Getting restaurant take-out or going grocery shopping: 2 Going for a walk/run/bike ride or staying...




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