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Can students pray and tell their friends about Jesus at school?
In a 1962 case (Engle v. Vitale), the Supreme Court ruled that schools could not direct and require prayer in the classroom. Some educators and parents think that this means religious expression canno ...

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It's A Book, Isn't It?

Brooke Marshall approached her parents with this question: "Why doesn't the Bible count for points in the Accelerated Reading Program? It's a book, isn't it?"

For several years, Brooke had been participating in the Accelerated Reading Program (ARP), a voluntary program where students select literature based on their interests and reading level, at F  more...







Six Levels of Learning
In any learning process, students go through six levels of learning. Each level takes the student deeper in his understanding of the subject. You can use an understanding of these levels to help your ...  more...

What to Do About a Problem Teacher
At some point in your child's education you may have an insurmountable personality conflict with a teacher. What can you do then?

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When to Remove Your Child from an Activity
Knowing when to remove your child from a classroom activity is subjective. Only you will be able to gauge when your child should not participate in something.   more...

 
 
 
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