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    Reggio Emilia

    Reggio Emilia, a city in northern Italy, is widely known for its approach to educating young children (Hendrick, 1997)....

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  • 22.

    The Boarding School Advantage

    Ask our parents the question, "Why does your child attend boarding school?" and you'll get answers like these: "There...

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  • 23.

    What Makes a High School Successful?

    We hear it all the time: American students aren't stacking up when it comes to 21st century skills. Japan, Singapore,...

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    History of Boarding Schools

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    Learn What Choices Are Available to You

    Different schools offer alternatives in teaching styles, content, and learning opportunities. This section briefly...

    Source: U.S. Department of Education
  • 26.

    Montessori Turns 100!

    Can a preschooler teach herself to read? Can a boy in kindergarten cut his own apple with a real knife? Will young...

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  • 27.

    Reggio Emilia Philosophy

    What is the Reggio Emilia approach to learning? Read on to find out more about this popular learning philosophy.

    Source: The Scandinavian School of San Francisco
  • 28.

    Preschool and Boys

    Scrambled eggs for baby? “Start him earlier, and he’ll do better.” Many parents believe that the earlier a...

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    Waldorf Education: Four Successes and Four Failures

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