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The Reggio Emilia approach is a growing, unique form of early childhood education. Learn about it from teachers at Reggio Emilia-inspired schools.
Don't give up on private school because of the price listed in the brochure before checking out a few possible solutions.
Waldorf education isn't just something that happens in the classroom. Here are some tips for bringing Waldorf principles, like rhythm and imagination, home.
How can we make sure that high school is giving kids the educational resources for college, and for life?
For families seeking stellar academics, a diverse, international student body and an early dose of responsibility, boarding school may be the perfect choice.
To require uniforms or not to require uniforms: that is the question many school districts are facing these days.  A look at both sides of the argument.
Based on recent findings, the math curricula in public schools may, surprisingly, be better equipped to teach math to students.
If tuition wasn't enough already, here's a list of things you may not have realized you'll be paying for when your child goes to private school.
More public schools are offering single sex education. Here's what you should know about co-ed.
Does your teen need (or want) a fifth year of high school?  A parents' guide to understanding the post-graduate year.
Maybe you want spiritual teachings along with the ABCs, or you have a special needs child. Whatever the reason, you're considering private school.
Not long ago single-sex schools were viewed as relics from another age, a time when boys took woodshop and girls studied home economics. Now the pendulum is swinging the other way.
Article provides suggestions and questions to consider before deciding preschool for your boy.
Summarizes the underlying principles of the Montessori method of education and discusses the role of the teacher in guiding and preparing a child for learning.
Different schools offer alternatives in teaching styles and learning opportunities. This article briefly describes some types of schools you may find.
According to Maria Montessori, young children, left to their own devices, will choose activities to enrich their minds.
Read on to explore both the successes and failures of a Waldorf education.
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