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Making the Most of Hybrid Learning During COVID-19

Teachers have always been the touchpoint for children in tough times. Aside from their parents, teachers and other school-adjacent authority figures are the closest adults that kids interact with daily. So, the example that educators set can have a profound impact on the types of people our education system yields.

Making the Most of Hybrid Learning During COVID-19

For the sake of the children, we need to be resilient. We need to go beyond putting on a brave face and exemplify the type of character we want to nurture in our kids. Hybrid learning, which combines traditional schooling with digital education, was likely the direction education was heading anyway but it is most certainly the best compromise we can get during the coronavirus pandemic (for now). [Read more…]

How You Can Give Back To Your School This Year

It’s been a tough year for teachers and students alike. The coronavirus pandemic has created a different reality — and now, it’s time for kids everywhere to head back to school. With a few different strategies, you can support your children’s schools. There’s never been a better opportunity to give back to those who need a little help.

How You Can Give Back To Your School This Year

Here are a few ways to help teachers and students thrive.  [Read more…]

Helping Your College-Bound Teen Plan For Their Future: Career And Finances

If you’re like most adults you’ve worked (or still work) at a job you’re not satisfied with to pay the bills and support your family. Yet, it barely does either. In fact, most Americans place career and finances at the top of the list of stressors and very common factors in mental and physical health issues. Having gone through this yourself, no parent wants to see their children suffer the same way. 

Helping Your College-Bound Teen Plan For Their Future: Career And Finances

Once your teen becomes a junior or senior in high school, it’s important to talk with them about planning for their future. By this point in their lives, they should have some idea of what they want to do so you can assist them in mapping out a plan to accomplish it. Below, are some suggestions on how to help your teen with career and finance goals for a better future:  [Read more…]

Going Back To School As A Single Mom

You’ve decided to take a chance and return to school. After years of working at a job you’re not satisfied with to provide for your family, you’re ready for a change. Obtaining a college degree will put you one step closer to starting a career that pays the bills but also fuels your passion. Though you’ve come to this decision, you can’t help but wonder how you’ll complete your studies while raising a family. 

Going Back To School As A Single Mom

Going back to school as an adult already presents a lot of challenges. When you add to that the responsibility of taking care of your kids on your own, the challenges only multiply. The good news is that while it won’t be easy to obtain a college degree as a single mom, it is possible. All you need is an efficient plan and lots of support to make it happen. Below, are a few tips on how to balance chasing your dreams with caring for your family. [Read more…]