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How To Choose Best School For Your Child?

For every parent, providing quality education to their children is the main priority. Hence, choosing the school that offers best education, values, and infrastructure is what a parent tries to find. There are many schools that may seem to provide best education but may be very expensive. Here are some tips before you choose the best school in Gurgaon for your children. ... Read More »

Easy Tips and Tricks to Prepare for Back to School

Read our tips below to get started! As teachers, many of us spend the first two to three weeks of the summer holiday preparing for our return to school so that we are organised, set up and ready for the year ahead. To help get organised, I’ve put together my top three tips to help you be classroom-ready upon your ... Read More »

Remote School Meltdowns? Research Gives Window Into Student Well-Being During the Pandemic

There’s a picture that went viral early in the pandemic that became a symbol of how hard emergency remote schooling was for the youngest students. The image showed a 5-year-old student sitting at a small desk in his family’s kitchen, facing a laptop computer. He’s holding a pencil in one hand, pulling up the neck of his T-shirt with his other ... Read More »

4 things to help a school principal lead through the pandemic

Despite vaccinations being distributed in record-breaking time, the COVID surge continues to be a wearisome reality for the third consecutive school year. The ongoing pandemic has created an unprecedented crisis evoking strong and divisive emotions and disrupting PreK-12 education. A school principal leading in these demanding and chaotic circumstances faces relentless pressures, limited options, and sleepless nights. Emotional exhaustion and ... Read More »

How To Conquer Driving through an Online Driving School

Traffic School. Just the mere utterance of these words can send shivers down the spines of even the most hardened drivers. According to the Bureau of Justice, over 17 million people will be pulled over this year for traffic stops. So if you have ever received a traffic citation and needed to attend traffic school, you know that it can be a ... Read More »

Max. student failed in early secondary school

Understudies who leave grade school sharp and certain to realize very frequently slow down when they begin auxiliary, England’s schools inspectorate says. It urges head educators to make this period of educating, known as Key Stage 3, even more a need. Schools concentrate on GCSE and A-level years as a result of their significance, heads say. The Association of School ... Read More »

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