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  • Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Red-Flag Phrases at Parent/Teacher Conferences
    As a parent, how do you know which struggles or behaviors are just a “normal” part of the learning process vs. an indication that there’s a deeper issue? One way is to listen to cues from the teacher ...
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  • Helping Your Teen Excel in High School

    Helping Your Teen Excel in High School
    If you’ve got a teen headed to high school, you’re probably already thinking about ways to help him/her survive mentally, emotionally and academically. We’ve put together some tips to help your teen ...
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  • Middle School Nightmares

    Middle School Nightmares
    If the thought of sending your child off to middle school makes you anxious, you’re not alone. Many adults have middle school memories of social awkwardness, hormonal upheaval and the added pressure ...
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  • July 15 is National Give Something Away Day

    July 15 is National Give Something Away Day
    Each year on July 15, the United States celebrates National Give Something Away Day. At LearningRx, we’re offering a free digital version of a newly updated (3 rd edition) “Unlock the Einstein Inside; ...
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  • June 6 is National Higher Education Day

    June 6 is National Higher Education Day
    Every year on June 6, the United States celebrates National Higher Education Day to educate and inspire students to purse college and beyond. But how do you know if your high school student is ready ...
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  • May 7 is National Barrier Awareness Day

    May 7 is National Barrier Awareness Day
    Although many people might associate “barrier awareness” with physical disabilities, such as wheelchair accessibility, this month can also serve as a reminder about other types of barriers.We thought ...
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  • April is Mathematics Awareness Month

    April is Mathematics Awareness Month
    Here’s the best news you’ll ever hear about your child’s math struggles: no one is destined to be “just bad at math.” Although genes may play some role in math struggles, dyscalculia (the fancy word ...
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  • April is National Autism Awareness Month

    April is National Autism Awareness Month
    If your child or teen is on the autism spectrum, you may already know it’s National Autism Awareness Month. But what you may not know is that over a six-year period, 857 children and adults came to ...
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  • March 11-17 is Brain Awareness Week

    March 11-17 is Brain Awareness Week
    We have a lot of brain-related research worthy of celebrating! LearningRx one-on-one personal brain training is helping people become smarter, faster learners and thinkers at any age! Find the ...
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  • 10 Myths About Learning Disabilities (and Why They're False)

    10 Myths About Learning Disabilities (and Why They're False)
    It’s not your fault. You’ve taken the advice of well-meaning experts, Googled a few topics, and heard that tutoring helped your neighbor’s daughter after she missed two weeks of school due to ...
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