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New Summer Math Program Aims to Combat Summer Learning Loss

New Summer Math Program Aims to Combat Summer Learning Loss

Each year, students leave school at the peak of their math skills, only to let those skills wither over the summer as they enjoy camps, vacations, and video games. To combat this, TenMarks Education yesterday released its new summer math programs designed to give parents and students the tools they need to not only keep their math skills sharp, but to help students move ahead for the next school year.

Rockland's Favorite Teacher

Rockland's Favorite Teacher

A fourth grade teacher from Cottage Lane Elementary School in Blauvelt, NY, is the local recipient of Barnes & Noble's "My Favorite Teacher" award.

New Website Allows Families to Search for Housing Near NYC's Great Schools

New Website Allows Families to Search for Housing Near NYC's Great Schools

A new website allows parents of New York City's public school children to locate affordable housing near the city's outstanding public schools.

Prevent 'Summer Brain Drain': Academic Summer Programs for Kids in NYC and Beyond

Prevent 'Summer Brain Drain': Academic Summer Programs for Kids in NYC and Beyond

Don't let summer brain drain (the regression in math and reading skills that occurs over school vacation) happen to your children. Keep their brains active this summer at one of these great programs in the New York City area and beyond.

Kids Soak Up the Sun this Season with a Cool Lemonade and a Hot Summer Read

Kids Soak Up the Sun this Season with a Cool Lemonade and a Hot Summer Read

School may be out but books are definitely in. From young children's picture books and tales of not-so-similar twins to nonfiction reads and an urban twist on a childhood classic, The Horn Book's list of 51 kid-friendly titles (including a few highlighted summer-y top picks) is sure to engage readers of all ages and abilities.

Four NYC Area School Teams Honored in 2011 National Science and Technology Awards Program

Four NYC Area School Teams Honored in 2011 National Science and Technology Awards Program

The 19th Annual Toshiba/National Science Teachers Association ExploraVision Awards Program, the world's largest student science and technology competition, announced eight winning teams, including four from the New York City area.

New York Life Foundation Grants $200,000 to Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in NYC and Westchester County, NY

New York Life Foundation Grants $200,000 to Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in NYC and Westchester County, NY

The New York Life Foundation announced a $200,000 grant to Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to support expanding entrepreneurship education programs to low-performing students in New York City and Westchester County, New York; and Chicago, Illinois. The support will enable NFTE to serve at least 1,800 new students during the 2011-2012 school year.

New York City Flik Invitational Cook-Off Raises $5,200 for Children's Culinary Education

New York City Flik Invitational Cook-Off Raises $5,200 for Children's Culinary Education

Culinary teams from NYC's The Trinity School, The Dalton School, and The Grace Church School competed to raise funds for The Dinner Party Project.

The Rise of Cheating: How to Keep Your Kids Academically Honest

The Rise of Cheating: How to Keep Your Kids Academically Honest

Increased academic pressure and the rise of technology have made cheating a problem more common than you might imagine. Here are tips for keeping your kids honest in their schoolwork.

The 2010 Nation's Report Card Shows Gains and Losses in Students' Civics Knowledge

The 2010 Nation's Report Card Shows Gains and Losses in Students' Civics Knowledge

The Civics 2010 National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as "The Nation's Report Card," shows that civic knowledge (including knowledge of the American government and political system) has increased in fourth graders but decreased in twelfth graders, while Hispanic students improved across all grades.

Helping Your Children Control Their Impulses Makes Them Better Students

Helping Your Children Control Their Impulses Makes Them Better Students

Children who can control their impulses are often more successful in school and academic settings. Find out how you can help start your kids down the right path.

First Annual 'Create Something Great' Recycled Sculpture Contest Winners Announced

First Annual 'Create Something Great' Recycled Sculpture Contest Winners Announced

The First Annual Create Something Great Recycled Sculpture Contest, co-sponsored by the Portledge School and Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center, announced winners in three age categories.

10 Ways to Help Your Child Be an Excellent Reader

10 Ways to Help Your Child Be an Excellent Reader

Reading is the most important habit to instill in children. Natacha Beim, teacher and parenting expert, shares her top 10 tips for instilling a love of reading in your child.

Junior Achievement of New York Brings More Than Money® Program to PS 212 in Jackson Heights

Junior Achievement of New York Brings More Than Money® Program to PS 212 in Jackson Heights

Junior Achievement of New York and HSBC Bank USA brought a financial literacy program called More Than Money® to more than 80 third-grade students at PS 212 in Jackson Heights, Queens.

How to Prevent a Homework Meltdown

How to Prevent a Homework Meltdown

Is your child easily frustrated, making homework time a nightmare for all involved? Try our four simple solutions to break the cycle of negativity and make homework more manageable.

Blue Rock School Receives Grant for Environmental Arts Education Project

Blue Rock School Receives Grant for Environmental Arts Education Project

After receiving a grant from the Arts Council of Rockland and the Arts-in-Education Program of the New York State Council of the Arts, Blue Rock School jumpstarted a new environment-inspired arts program called "Making Art from the Landscape," with a focus on indigenous art and people.

Third Annual APPA National Children’s Pet Poetry Contest Winners Announced

Third Annual APPA National Children’s Pet Poetry Contest Winners Announced

Six students in grades 3-5 were chosen as winners of the American Pet Products Association's Third Annual National Children's Pet Poetry Contest.

How to Help Your Child Be a Confident Reader

How to Help Your Child Be a Confident Reader

Dr. J. Richard Gentry, author of "Raising Confident Readers: How to Teach Your Child to Read and Write - from Baby to Age Seven," offers parents tips on how to help their child be a confident reader, establishing literacy skills in childhood that are fundamental for lifelong success.

Alternative Preschools in the New York Metro Area

Alternative Preschools in the New York Metro Area

If you're looking for a preschool in the New York metro area, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, academic, play-based, and multi-approach.

Alternative Preschools in Suffolk County, Long Island

Alternative Preschools in Suffolk County, Long Island

If you're looking for a preschool in Suffolk County, Long Island, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, academic, play-based, and multi-approach.

Alternative Preschools in Nassau County, Long Island

Alternative Preschools in Nassau County, Long Island

If you're looking for a preschool in Nassau County, Long Island, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, academic, play-based, and multi-approach.

Alternative Preschools in Westchester County, NY

Alternative Preschools in Westchester County, NY

If you're looking for a preschool in Westchester County, NY, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, academic, and play-based.

Alternative Preschools in Fairfield County, CT

Alternative Preschools in Fairfield County, CT

If you're looking for a preschool in Fairfield County, CT, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, academic, play-based, and multi-approach.

Alternative Preschools in Queens

Alternative Preschools in Queens

If you're looking for a preschool in Queens, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, academic, play-based, and multi-approach.

Alternative Preschools in Brooklyn

Alternative Preschools in Brooklyn

If you're looking for a preschool in Brooklyn, check out a list of alternative types, including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Waldorf, academic, and play-based.




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