The Surprising Ways Students REALLY Learn

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Discovery’s Importance for Tomorrow’s Skills

According to Merriam-Webster, Discover means to obtain sight or knowledge of for the first time. Without a doubt, there were many new discoveries post COVID that we’ve experienced as a society.


Worried That Your Child is Not Engaged in School?

If your child has had difficulty staying engaged during virtual learning, you are not alone. According to an article published in December 2020 by McKinsey Consulting Company, the cumulative learning loss could be substantial, with students on average losing as much as five to nine months of learning by the end of the 2021 school year.


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Racial Inequality Within the Education Field

Given recent events, I have been debating whether to discuss my thoughts and feelings toward racial inequality. After seeing our beautiful students coming back to our center this week, I realize that it is time for me to speak out on this growing issue.


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High-quality summer programs help reduce learning loss

Research shows that high-quality summer programs help reduce learning loss. Keep your child’s brain sharp in a fresh and fun way with our Summer Enrichment Camps!


Coronavirus’ Impact on Education and What We Can Learn from China

With the recent school closings, many wonder how education could change for their children. We look to China for some answers. With well over 80,000 cases, and as the first country to be hit with the virus, massive infrastructure changes were made to address the need for continued education.


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Read Why America’s Smartest Students Fail Math

Eurekii was built on the philosophy that students must think through problems to understand them deeply. We embrace problem-solving, critical thinking, and context.


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Case Study: Math Engagement Workshop for Teachers Grades 3-5

AIMS is an established association of independent schools in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Roughly 120 member schools serve more than 45,000 students in grades PK – 12. Among the many ways AIMS supports its members is by creating a variety of professional development opportunities.


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Why Getting An “A” May Not Be Good Enough

As we move towards report cards, midterms, and the end of the semester, it is natural that we all look at our children’s grades to take a temperature on their progress. If your child is failing or not doing well, this is an indicator to get support.