School-Life Balance

School-Life Balance

Do you have a child involved in afterschool activities that seems to be in a great deal of stress because they have no time to complete their homework assignments? Do you have a child who spends more time working on projects and homework and less time with  family and...
Advocating for Success in Children with Special Needs

Advocating for Success in Children with Special Needs

Advocating for Success in Children with Special Needs Deborah Fawaz is an advocate for student success and a compassionate support system for parents.  She works with parents and the school to discover what strategies and educational environments are appropriate for...
We’ve Come So Far, Yet Still Have Far to Go

We’ve Come So Far, Yet Still Have Far to Go

We’ve Come So Far, Yet Still Have Far to Go If Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were still alive today, what would he say to us? How would he feel? One thing for sure, he would be marching for peace and justice. Yes, I’m thinking he would be satisfied by the educational...
SAT vs. ACT Which One Should Your Child Take?

SAT vs. ACT Which One Should Your Child Take?

SAT or ACT? Many students will be looking to take some practice SAT tests pretty soon, or they may be looking for a tutor to assist them with test taking strategies for these type of standardized tests. The two tests most high school students take, SAT and ACT are...