Monthly Archives : April 2016

What Does Globalization Mean for U.S. Independent Schools?

Education has become a globalized commodity as international borders fall both literally and figuratively. For decades, the U.S. private school community has served as a home to international students, but as economic and technological advances expand access to quality education worldwide, independent schools in the U.S. and international schools abroad must re-calibrate their approach to the global market and adapt to new exigencies. To guide schools, a new report entitled Understanding the International Market: A primer for independent school enrollment leaders, heads, and board has been released.

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10 Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies in Children

As a parent, it’s often easy to let your kids eat what they want. After all, they’re your babies and you want to keep them happy. However, most often than not, they don’t want healthy snacks or meals which can lack the nutritious value they need. Here are ten signs parents of nutritional deficiencies parents need to look for in their children, per Weed ‘Em And Weep’s blog.

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YEF Council Education Playbook encourages children to learn

The National League of Cities’ (NLC) Institute for Youth, Education, and Families, in collaboration with the NLC Council on Youth, Education, and Families (YEF Council), have released the YEF Council Education Playbook, a compendium of 27 specific action steps that city leaders can take to support and expand learning opportunities for children and youth in their communities.

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