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August 8, 2020

For over one hundred years, early childhood educators have used teaching methods developed by Maria Montessori. Some, including public schools, use these approaches piecemeal, while others embrace Montessori’s complete system. The latter often bill themselves as Montes...

August 8, 2020

Parents are increasingly interested in the growing availability of charter schools. Many parents wonder whether their children would benefit from attending a charter school. Charter schools have become an integral part of Florida’s public school student population and...

August 8, 2020

As a parent, you know your child’s strengths, shortcomings, and dreams. You are therefore in the best position to determine whether private school is appropriate for your child, and if so, which school will be best. Schools are available to suit your family’s values as...

August 8, 2020

In Florida, there are six different, state-funded scholarship programs designed to help families best help their child’s educational needs.  Some programs are specifics to children with Special Needs.  Each program has a unique purpose, criteria for eligibility and app...

August 8, 2020

School is hard work for all learners, but it can be especially hard for children with learning differences. When a student with learning differences is asked to perform academic tasks like reading, math, and writing, or even just listening to lessons and recalling info...

August 8, 2020

As infants and young children age, their lingual discriminatory skills diminish. Introducing young children to additional languages, beyond their native tongues, is both import-ant as well as effective, as their minds are neurologically best suited to learn.  Even as i...

January 31, 2020

Gatorland®  is sponsoring the 13th Annual Education Guide Art Contest. Students of all grades students (Kindergarten - Grade 12) in the 6 county Orlando area can submit artwork centered on the theme  “What I love about Orlando.”

Entry Forms can be printed from...

December 28, 2019

Language arts do not exist in isolation, they are interdependent and influence each other. In speaking and writing we are sending our thoughts and ideas to other people. They receive them by reading or listening. If we are remiss in developing in any one of these areas...

November 29, 2019

Educators agree that the main influence on children’s success in school is their parents. But with teachers being the next most influential persons in a child’s education, it is vital that parents and teachers work together to help students succeed. Researchers at the...

October 25, 2019

Oftentimes parents ask, “What can we do at home to help our child become more successful at school?”. Well, the answer is simple: never do for your child what he or she can do for him – or herself. We believe the best thing teachers and parents can do is help their chi...

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