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George Higgins

How Do Educators Create Individualized Learning Plans?

The term Individual Learning Plan might be confused with an Individual Educational Plan, otherwise known as an IEP.  This is a document created through the public school system for a student with a diagnosed learning disability.  It describes how a student learns best and what accommodations should be made in order for that student to achieve specific objectives and academic goals.  A neuropsychological evaluation, often referred to as a neuropsych, is more common in the private school community, and tend t

Why You Might Need To Restart the High School Admissions Process Now

It’s that time of year when public and private high schools will soon be informing applicants of their enrollment decisions.  Among all the top schools, seats are limited and stiff competition is an unpleasant reality.

What happens when that letter arrives and it isn’t giving you the news you wanted to read?  It means it’s time to sit down and do some homework.  There are a lot of schools that will continue to have openings and you need to spend time researching the best ones for your specific needs.

Preparing for College

What does college preparation mean?

Quite simply, it’s being ready to embrace and succeed with the rigors of college by the time you receive your diploma.  That is a four-year process that requires focus, discipline, and planning.  Many students are unsure of how to prepare for college in high school

 

When should you start preparing for college?

How Parents Can Help Ease the Transition from Eighth to Ninth Grade

Now that middle school is coming to an end and students know where they will be attending high school next year, there is a little preparation that can be done this summer to help facilitate a comfortable, successful move to a new school this September.  Fear, stress, and anxiety don’t have to be stumbling blocks even if they can’t be entirely removed.

Which brings me to my first point:

How to Evaluate Summer School Programs – Tips for parents on how to choose a good summer school

Now that we’re getting close to the end of the academic year, there are parents and students coming to the conclusion that they need to start thinking about summer classes for high school students in NYC.  Whether it’s summer high school science programs or summer math classes for high school students, finding the optimal setting takes advance planning and now is probably a good time to start looking.

Here are some tips to keep in mind when you’re searching for summer classes in NYC:

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