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Is a Charter School Right for my Child?

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School choice. Two words brought up frequently in Louisiana among politicians in discussions about how to improve our state’s educational system.... Read full article

Small Group of Friends or Big Popularity?

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Parents may wake one day to find the top three priorities of their children are friends, food, and fun, with family trailing far behind. The same children who once enjoyed being home with family now prefer to spend free time with friends. The need fo... Read full article

Mordecai Logan

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A.B. Perk

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A.B. Perk knows how to make a garden grow and prepare delicious food from its produce. A.B., which is short for Annabella, is a sixth grader at St. Jude the Apostle School.... Read full article

Jessica Pastor

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Why Choose a Private School?

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For starters, private schools take educating the whole student seriously, and many focus on developing future citizens with integrity and character. ... Read full article

How To Talk To Your Child's Teacher

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A meeting with your child’s teacher can be a powerful tool for helping your child succeed in school.... Read full article

Sure Signs You’re a Mom to School-Aged Children

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It’s August–do you know where your school supply list is?! This school year snuck up on us like no other. We moved in May and our summer was literally turned upside down, and now it’s August and school is upon us. As I entered the scramble to prepare... Read full article

Kicks or Keys

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Children’s interests and activities are as diverse as the children themselves. Just as the right activity can build a child’s self-esteem and provide hours of enjoyment, the wrong one can do just the opposite. So, how do you find the right sport, clu... Read full article

Full STEM Ahead

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Imagine a middle school student dribbling a basketball while a second student is filming the series of bounces. A third eighth-grader has graph paper, while a fourth is developing an equation on a dry erase board. Welcome to a typical Science, Techno... Read full article

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