3 Tips For Turning Your Teen Into A Safe Driver

Posted on: 14 October 2015
There's little that's more terrifying to a parent than realizing that your teenager has finally reached driving age. Even if you're excited about the idea of having someone else to run errands or chauffer younger children around, the idea of letting your child out on the roads alone and in charge of a potentially dangerous vehicle can be nerve wracking. However, as the parent, you have a lot of influence over what kind of driver your teenager turns out to be.
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Why Most Adult Education Classes Do Not Have Grades And How You Can Monitor Your Progress Without Them

Posted on: 14 October 2015
If you enroll in an adult education class, from High School Equivalency Test Preparation to basic technological literacy, you may be surprised to find out that your teacher will probably not be issuing grades. If you struggled in traditional school, this may come as a relief. However, it is also normal for adult students to feel anxious when they learn that they will not be graded. How will you monitor your progress and know if you are succeeding in the course if you do not have grades?
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Transitioning From A Private Daycare To A Public Kindergarten

Posted on: 8 October 2015
If your child's private daycare facility does not feed into a private elementary school, or if you simply elect to send your child to public school rather than private school after preschool, you will have to help your child transition from the private daycare environment to a public school environment. While much of the transition will be similar to the transition children continuing into private school will experience, there are several aspects of public education that your child should be prepared for.
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