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  • December 2 is National Special Education Day

    December 2 is National Special Education Day
    Before the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) was signed into law on December 2, 1972, many people with disabilities received little to no education. Schools weren't required to make ...
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  • November 27 is National Buy Nothing Day

    November 27 is National Buy Nothing Day
    While some folks will be focused on Black Friday shopping this year, others will be celebrating November 27 as National Buy Nothing Day. LearningRx would like to suggest four alternative "gifts" that ...
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  • November 19 is National Play Monopoly Day

    November 19 is National Play Monopoly Day
    Thursday, November 19 is National Play Monopoly Day and LearningRx (www.LearningRx.com), the largest one-on-one brain training company in the world, wants you to know about the brain-boosting benefits ...
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  • "My Fantabulous Brain" is here!

    National award-winning children's author, counselor, and parenting expert Julia Cook, M.S. has partnered with LearningRx to create a new book, "My Fantabulous Brain." Why the book is needed: For many ...
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  • November 8 is National Parents as Teachers Day

    November 8 is National Parents as Teachers Day
    In 2001, the Parents as Teachers National Center in Missouri declared November 8 as National Parents as Teachers Day. The day holds new meaning under a global pandemic, which has left many parents in ...
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  • October is National Dyslexia Month

    October is National Dyslexia Month
    October is National Dyslexia Month and what better time to learn more about your struggling reader's unique needs and how to address them? Did you know that approximately 85% of all reading struggles ...
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  • How Brain Training Could Save Your School Year

    How  Brain Training  Could Save Your School Year
    Many parents were already worried about the effects of school closures last spring. But as the 2020 school year began, we also realized that nothing was returning to "business as usual." Whether your ...
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  • 4 Types of learning styles; What are they and do they matter?

    4 Types of learning styles; What are they and do they matter?
    In the late 1980s, Dr. Neil Fleming identified a variety of learning styles which he categorized as the VARK model. (Other researchers and educators have identified additional learning styles, with ...
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  • Struggling with Distance Learning? Consider these 10 tips

    Struggling with Distance Learning? Consider these 10 tips
    Most of us were new to distance learning when schools closed in the spring and because the concept was simply an interim fix, it felt chaotic for many parents, kids and teachers. This fall, many ...
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  • 10 Tips to Help Your Student With Homework and Studying

    10 Tips to Help Your Student With Homework and Studying
    The 2020-2021 school year might be the most diverse yet in terms of how kids and teens will be learning. Whether you're doing online classes, homeschooling, in-person learning or some hybrid mix, ...
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