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  • It's Inclusive Schools Week!

    It's Inclusive Schools Week!
    This year, Inclusive Schools Week is December 6-12 and the theme is " Rebuilding Our Inclusive Community Together ." Since it began in 2001, the celebration has noted the progress that schools have ...
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  • 5 Ways to Practice Gratitude This Thanksgiving

    5 Ways to Practice Gratitude This Thanksgiving
    One of the best ways to fight stress, stay positive, and ground yourself in the moment is to practice gratitude. By appreciating the good in lives rather than constantly focuses on the bad, we start ...
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  • 5 Tips to Practice Being Grateful for National Gratitude Month

    5 Tips to Practice Being Grateful for National Gratitude Month
    November is National Gratitude Month and because countless studies have shown that adopting a mindset of gratitude not only helps your mental health, but also provides lasting benefits to the brain, ...
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  • International Day of the Girl

    International Day of the Girl
    October 11 is International Day of the Girl and this year's theme is "Digital Generation. Our generation." Why focus on the digital divide? Because 1.1 billion people under the age of 25 still don't ...
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  • ESL Teacher's Success With LearningRx Brain Training

    ESL Teacher's Success With LearningRx Brain Training
    When ESL teacher Elizabeth Benedict enrolled in LearningRx 1-on-1 brain training at the Tysons, Virginia center, she had trouble with reading, writing, speaking, and listening. She worried that her ...
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  • 5 Healthy Habits to Pass on to Your Kids

    5 Healthy Habits to Pass on to Your Kids
    Yesterday, October 4, was National Child Health Day and LearningRx is sharing 5 healthy habits to pass on to your kids. As a general rule, parenting is often most effective when parents model ...
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  • 5 Types of Learning-Related Assessments

    5 Types of Learning-Related Assessments
    For parents of struggling learners, it's sometimes hard to know where to start when it comes to choosing the right assessment. To help you navigate next steps, we're sharing information about five ...
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  • 4 Ways to Take Learning Outside

    4 Ways to Take Learning Outside
    Although some homework assignments or take-home projects may require your student to sit at a desk or table, there are lots of opportunities to take learning outside. In addition to fresh air and ...
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  • The Well-Being Check-In: Physical/Habitual

    The Well-Being Check-In: Physical/Habitual
    With a few weeks of school under your belt, now is a good time to gauge your child’s or teen’s physical health and determine if they’re starting the academic year off with good habits. Don’t worry if ...
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  • 5 Ways to gauge if your student is having trouble in school

    5 Ways to gauge if your student is having trouble in school
    Most kids aren't eager to communicate when they're having trouble at school. Sometimes the lack of sharing is due to embarrassment, shame, fear, or not wanting to worry a parent who may already be ...
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