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LA Teachers Union Could be Headed for a Strike

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has been engaged in talks for over a year with the Los Angeles teachers union to reach what has been declared as an official impasse. The last time the LA Unified teachers went on strike was in 1989, and currently, the...

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Tips for Hiring an SAT Prep Tutor

When the SATs approach, blood pressures rise for both students and parents. It is a lot of pressure to know that one test can have such far-reaching consequences for the future. When it comes to SAT preparation, nothing beats hiring a private tutor who has experience...

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Brett Kavanaugh’s Views On Educational Issues

President Donald Trump has declared a clear pick to replace the Supreme Court's Justice, Anthony Kennedy. Brett Kavanaugh, D.C. Circuit Judge, has tackled numerous controversial educational issues throughout his career including school prayer, church and state...

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How To Prevent The “Summer Slide”

Research shows that if students fail to stay mentally engaged and active over the summer months, they could lose up to three months of academic progress. To prevent this from happening, students need ongoing opportunities to learn, according to educators. On the same...

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Deciding if Your Child Needs a Summer Tutor

At the end of every school year, many parents are faced with the dilemma of whether or not they should arrange for their child to have a summer tutor. Of course, this is an issue that should be made on a case-to-case basis based on the specific academic circumstances...

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