Mother and son (12-13) holding school report card

The good, the bad, and the ugly — no matter what the results, a student’s report card should always be discussed. Having this conversation can sometimes be difficult, but it is one that ensures parents are actively participating in their child’s education. Whether you’re ecstatic or less than thrilled, here are some tips for helping your report […]

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mother helping her daughter read

ABCs— What do these stand-alone letters really mean? Your child comes home with the report card. You are pleased to see a ‘B’ in spelling, but does that mean he or she can spell at or above grade level? We’ve developed a long-trusted theory that these letter grades are what a child’s educational success rides on, but little critical […]

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Closeup shot of young man leans on stack of books. Happy male student smiling and looking at camera. Lughing guy leaning on a pile of books and school notebooks.

It’s report card time! Which means it’s time for your family to sit down together and go over final grades. Report cards aren’t meant to be glanced at and thrown in the trash; a report card chat is essential for highlighting positives, planning how to fix trouble spots, and working together to ensure the next […]

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