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What Is Dyscalculia?

Lots of kids struggle with math, but significant difficulties may indicate a learning disability called dyscalculia. Find out what it is and how to help.

The Law Requires School Districts to Identify Students with Special Needs

If your child has a special need that interferes with his education, the school district is obligated by the Child Find mandate to identify and support that need.

What's the Best College Major?

Which college major leads to the most success?

Is Transracial Adoption for You?

Find out what you need to know before adopting a child from another race

A Closer Look at the New SAT

Get a first-hand review of the new SAT and expert advice on strategies for testing success.

School Tech Trends

Learn how tech in the classroom enhances education

Homework That Helps

Teachers, tutors and parents ring in on what makes homework meaningful, not just busy work.

Independent Study for Middle Schoolers

Find out how a middle-school independent-study program can help students develop skills that will benefit them in high school and beyond.

The Opiod Addiction Epidemic in Our Communities

This second piece of a two-part series on opioid use offers resources for those suffering from drug addiction and tips on how to keep kids from using in the first place.

Should Your Gifted Child Skip a Grade?

Get expert insights on how to determine whether your advanced learner would benefit from skipping a grade.

The Benefits of Service Learning

Discover the importance of service learning in education and how a local independent school excels at teaching its students to serve the community.

Help Your Teen Balance a Job and School

Does your teen plan to work during the school year? Here's how to keep the stress level down and grades up.
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  • Benchmark School Open House

    2019.07.18

    Celebrating nearly 50 years of helping bright students ages 6-14 have yet to reach their academic potential become confident and strategic...


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