Tips To Avoid Failing Your Driving Test When Getting Your Driver's License

Education & Development Blog

You're probably really excited about getting your driver's license, and the last thing that you want is to fail your test. Of course, plenty of drivers fail their driving tests the first time around, and it's nothing to be embarrassed about when you're an inexperienced driver who is nervous and still learning the ropes. However, if you want to help avoid failing your driving test, remember these tips when taking the test.

5 November 2018

Concerned About Your Child's Truancy? It's Time To Discuss These Things


Sending your child away to private school will expose him or her to a top-tier education that can help the child succeed beyond the classroom walls. Many private schools have clear rules when it comes to a student's truancy, which means that if your child is beginning to make a habit of missing classes, you'll soon be getting a concerned phone call from a school administrator. Repeated truancy can lead to failing a class or even being expelled from the school, so it's imperative to speak to your child on the phone or in person to explain the seriousness of the situation.

22 August 2018

Key Considerations About In-Class Observation For Evaluations

Education & Development Blog

If you've recently taken over as the head of administration of a local educational institution, one of the things that you should consider is doing a thorough evaluation of all of the teaching staff. One of the best ways to do this is through in-class observation. Unfortunately, these programs are only reliable when they are done properly. Here are a few things you should know about classroom observations as a means for evaluating your teachers.

30 May 2018

Putting Your Autistic Child On The Right Track: Academic Services And Schooling Options

Education & Development Blog

Children with autism have an uncertain future. Those that are non-verbal and unable to care for themselves usually end up in a group home. Those that are verbal and high-functioning struggle in school and work because they miss social cues and body language that would otherwise tell them what someone else means when someone else is talking. You want what is best for your high-functioning child with autism, but what can you do to help him/her succeed?

17 February 2018