Is blended learning the future of school?
Now on the rise, this blend of online and in-person instruction may become the rule, not the exception, in classrooms.
How mastery-based learning helps every student succeed
Traditional teaching can fail both struggling learners and the quickest studies. The radical idea behind mastery-based learning? Let students learn at their own pace.
5 ways to support kids who are starting middle and high school remotely
Logging into Zoom from home is probably not the way your child imagined this big milestone. Here's how you can help ease their disappointment and smooth the transition.
4 weeks of K-5 summer learning activities
We designed four-week summer learning calendars for kindergartners to fifth graders to help you prepare your child for next year. Our advice? Keep summer learning sessions short, fun, and low-pressure — and reward your child’s work with enthusiasm.
Schley Middle High School: Doing what's best for kids
In the name of doing what's best for kids, College Success Award-winning Schley Middle High School embraces dual-enrollment, offers one-on-one academic and college counseling, and ensures that there's a path for every student.
Write a menu
Try this fun exercise next time you go out to eat or order takeout to help build language skills with your fourth or fifth grader.
Activity: Make a pop-up book
How you can help at home: In this activity your child makes a creative book to write a story in.
Create a scroll
How you can help at home: Learn about an important aspect of Egyptian culture and art by creating your own scroll.
Activity: Map that house
Practice beginning mapping skills with your third grader by mapping your house onto graph paper.
Help your kindergartner build math skills with this bean-counting activity.
Make a mold garden
Encourage your child to develop skills of observation with this moldy experiment.
Help kids brush up on basic math with a deck of cards and a paper snowman in this fast-paced game.
Activity: Act out a script
How you can help at home: Read a script with your child to practice reading skills.