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Choosing A Better Career Path

After struggling for months to climb the corporate ladder, I realized that there were some problems with my resume. I just wasn't as qualified as some of the other applicants, so I started to focus on my education. I worked hard to find a program that accepted people like me, and within a few short months I was able to find an incredible school that accepted people who had my qualifications. This blog is all about choosing a better career path and paving your own way--even if you are new to your field. Check out this blog for great information on being what you want to be.

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If you were recently hired to work in a daycare facility and are required to take CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) classes, the following tips will help you master each skill that you are presented with. As a result, you will remain confident and composed when it is time to be tested and may find that you are able to pass with ease. Create Flashcards With The Notes That You Have Taken Read More 

Three Discoveries Your Preschool Child Care Teacher May Make While Observing Your Child

Some of the most unbelievable discoveries made in a preschool child care program are not always the ones made by your children. In fact, if you have been a stay-at-home parent for some time and you are just now enrolling your children in preschool, you may be surprised by some things your preschool teachers observe with regards to your children. These surprising observations made by these professionals are not meant to upset you, but to help you and your child get extra help. Read More 

Make The First Day Of Preschool More Exciting And Less Stressful For Your Toddler

Sending your little one to preschool will give them an opportunity to gain some independence as well as learnvaluable life skills that they'll use well into adulthood. They'll learn how to manage stress and get along with a variety of different personality types which are skills that can be used to excel in elementary school and beyond. If your toddler is not used to spending much time away from you, they may feel a bit intimidated or scared upon entering preschool for the first time. Read More 

Dyslexia & Your Child: 3 Common Myths

If you have a child with dyslexia, or you suspect your child may be dyslexic, there's likely lots of information that you're trying to wade through. To make your research a bit easier, below are outlined three common myths surround dyslexia and the truths behind them. Myth #1: Dyslexia Cannot Be Diagnosed Until School Age As dyslexia and other learning differences are becoming better understood, recognition of such differences can happen even before a child reaches school age. Read More 

How To Choose The Best ESOL Class For Adults

Learning English Is not only necessary for basic living in the United States. It is the key that opens the door to many of the opportunities that many immigrants have uprooted their lives to acquire for themselves and their children. While children have access to ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) in the public school system, adults must attend classes in adult education centers.  There are various types ESOL classes from which to choose, and different styles of teaching that are geared toward adult students' needs. Read More