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5 Tips For Kids Falling Behind In School

Help For Kids Struggling Academically No parent wants to watch their child needlessly struggle in school. But sometimes, despite our best efforts, our children can fall behind. So if your child is struggling with learning or schoolwork, don’t panic. Instead, you can get them back on track by following a couple of strategies. 1) Speak With The Teacher First, talk to your child’s teacher.

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Start the New Year off with Academic Coaching from Swan Learning Center

Does your New Year’s resolution involve doing better in school, or helping your child to do better in school? The Swan Learning Center is here to help. Our Academic Coaching services are designed to help your child reach his or her full potential in an after school program that gives you back your family time. Here’s some of what we can offer for you

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How to Start Getting Your Kids Excited to Go to College

Are your kids excited about the prospect of going to college? Today, having a college degree is even more important than it was a few generations ago, as having a degree is a key factor in employ-ability. In fact, a college degree can increase earning potential by as much as $500 per week! Yet for the kid who is nearing the end of his

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Important Information about Online Education

As students become more tech-savvy, they tend to lean towards free online educational websites as a source of help when working on their homework, research projects, and other assignments from school. Furthermore, receiving an education online is becoming a more viable options for students every day. Check out this helpful infographic we recently stumbled upon which provides interesting statistics on the rise of online

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Back-to-School Stress Relief for Kids

Summer is drawing to an end. Many summer school and summer enrichment programs are ending as schools get prepared to welcome students and parents start shopping for school supplies. For some students, this can mean an increase in anxiety as they wonder what to expect from new teachers, new peers and new experiences. If you notice your child showing signs of anxiety, here are

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