Many students find when they get to their freshman year in college that they are not prepared for college math or writing, and they need to take remedial courses. Remedial courses, which have to be paid for affect students chances of graduating college in four years. On the other end of the spectrum are those … Continue reading Is Just Passing Really Achieving?
I sat down with Vin Dacquino and talked about Navigating MathLand. Check it out!
It is important as a parent to not only be cognizant of your child’s score on the state math assessment but also how your child scores compared to your district’s overall scores. If your school district’s scores are low (below state level), there generally is a tendency for the math program to not be as … Continue reading What Does the Data Say? Hidden figures! Where’s Watson?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s the time parents start to purchase school supplies and clothes and wait for summer to end so that a daily normalcy is returned to as formatted by the school year calendar. Besides stocking up on supplies and clothes for school, parents can be proactive and add … Continue reading Educational Needs That Can be Added to the Back-to-School List