Tag: education

Magnifying Our Sight, Brightening Our Light

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Inspired by Amanda Gorman A few years ago, I searched for new poems to share with my high school students to kick off National Poetry...

Girls and Computer Camp

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Although women pioneered the computer industry alongside men, they were and remain under-represented in this promising field. Empowering young women to shape society’s technological...

2021 Guide to Daycares, Preschools, & Private Schools in Fairfield County

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Education might be the most valuable thing we can provide for our children. With so many options out there, it’s hard to know what...

Ideas to Celebrate International Women’s Day

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March 8th is International Women's Day, and it is an excellent opportunity to celebrate important women in all areas, including politics, science, business, and...

When You Are at a Crossroads With Your Career

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From as early as I can remember, I wanted to be a teacher. I recall my second grade teacher, who I admired, asking what...

A Different Way to Celebrate Black History Month

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Every February, our nation celebrates Black History Month. This commemoration usually focuses on recognizing and celebrating the amazing and important contribution that Black Americans...
winter-themed crafts and books

Indoor Winter Activities & Books For Young Children

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One of our family's major challenges with remote learning is figuring out how to keep my four-year-old son busy, engaged, and progressing with his...

Your Senior Was Admitted. But Is Your Teen Ready for College?

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Did you know that if you help a butterfly out of its cocoon, it will die? The struggle to get out of the cocoon...

Diverse Children’s Books

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Reading is such an important part of childhood. Reading regularly not only increases vocabulary and comprehension, but it also empowers us to empathize with...

I’m a Speech-Language Pathologist and I Think My Children Stutter

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When I found out I was pregnant with identical twins, my mind went in a million different directions. Would they be ok? Would they...