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Applications Being Accepted for 2019-20 Scholastic News Kids Press Corps

Since 2000, Scholastic Kid Reporters have reported "news for kids, by kids," with coverage of breaking news, entertainment, and sports events from their hometowns and on the national stage. Their stories appear online and in issues of Scholastic Classroom Magazines, which reach more than 25 million students in classrooms nationwide. ...
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Grade Retention: What to do if Your Child is Held Back

The school year is coming to an end. However, regardless of best efforts, some students are faced with the prospect of being retained instead of moving to the next grade with their peers. This can be a tough decision for both parents and students. Learn how to discuss the news with your child, as well as advice for easing the process based on a child's age and grade level. ...
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Teacher Spotlight: Honoring Exceptional Northeast Ohio Educators

There’s no disputing the fact that teachers can have a big impact on a child’s life. In March, we asked our readers and Facebook followers to nominate one of their

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Signs and Symptoms of a Language-Learning Disability

If your child has difficulty with any of these signs and symptoms, a language-learning evaluation conducted by a speech-language pathologist is recommended. Learn about what happens during a language-learning evaluation, as well as types of therapy that may be beneficial to address needs in oral language and/or written language skills. ...
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5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Reading to Your Children

While some people worry that the digital age is endangering the printed book, many parents and educators also wonder whether children and teenagers will value reading at all in comparison

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Ohio parenting podcast

Podcast Episode #25: 21st Century Skills for Success, Part 2

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner continues discussing 21st century skills that kids need to know with guest Tamara Strom, who has a wealth of experience in the fields of business and education. Listen as she shares what schools are doing to foster important skills and what parents can do at home to instill these skills. ...
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School of the Week: Old Trail School

Old Trail School is a co-ed, independent day school for children age 2 through grade eight, dedicated to creating a distinctive culture where each child feels known and cared for. Its 62-acre campus in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides the perfect setting for purposeful, intentional curriculum and a meaningful student experience. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Why My Family Chose to Learn American Sign Language

Many people assume that learning a new language to communicate with a deaf person will be difficult, if not impossible. However, it is very possible to learn American Sign Language. Discover some tips to make learning ASL more successful. ...
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School of the Week: Hawken School

From its earliest days, Hawken School has been committed to developing character and intellect. The school believes that living meaningful, productive lives requires traits such as compassion, integrity, initiative, confidence and resilience, as well as a commitment to lifelong learning. ...
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Northeast Ohio 2018-19 Independent School Open House Listings

Open house events are ideal for parents and students to ask questions, meet faculty and see if a particular school is the right fit. Check this list of private and other schools in the Greater Cleveland and Akron areas that offer upcoming open houses and tours. ...
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