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Recently, we had the chance to catch up with Dan Vorenberg, head of the co-educational Mirman school for highly gifted children in Los Angeles. In the 90’s, Dan made the leap from teaching to administration where he worked as the head of a number of independent schools. Looking at education through so many lenses made...
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All About ISEE Accommodations In order to allow all students access to the ISEE test, the Educational Records Bureau (ERB) does provide accommodations for students who qualify. The path for students to qualify for testing accommodations is sometime hard to navigate, so it’s good to know what the process looks like before hand. We have...
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Desk Design – A summer project Lowe’s has launched its Summer Home Remodel ad campaign, which has us thinking about ways to redesign a study space that will really provide a great area to study and focus for students. A few things came to mind as we were planning, first and foremost, the space must...
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Cyber Time Capsule Since its pilot program in 2008, the Library of Congress has selected high schools and middle schools across the country to create online “Time Capsules” for future students to access. The goal of the program is two-fold. For the benefit of future students who would like a glimpse into the trends and...
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Technology in Education Technology is revolutionizing education. There is no doubt that the wave of education future will entail smartboards, tablets, touchscreens and all manner of interactive material for students. The generation of school age students has embraced the tech trends will alarming skill and alacrity. There are several reasons why technology will benefit this...
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