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By Self Correction Program (c)
WCCA TV13 produced Soapbox show is hosted by WCCA Executive Director Mauro DePasquale. Mauro's guest is Dr. Robert D. Kirk, the author of the book "Make MIS-TAKES for BETTER GRADES".
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By Manchester Karate Studio
Date: Friday September 5th, 2014 5:30 P.M. Limited space available!
By The YP Publishing
It is normal for parents to want their children to be happy, healthy and successful. Author Cynthia Kocialski says success is not based on the grades you get in school in her latest book, “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success”.
By Careers South West
Career and Personal Advisers in the South West are reassuring young people with the message ‘Don’t Panic’ if their exam results are not what they had hoped for.
By Stacey Schrager
Home school curriculum includes Mathematics and Language Arts courses for homeschool parents needing educational guides or support materials. Programs run from February to June, 2012
By Charles Clarkson
Tucson-based organization helping to increase classroom teacher effectiveness to raise student test scores

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12441752
By Self Correction Program (c)
WCCA TV13 produced Soapbox show is hosted by WCCA Executive Director Mauro DePasquale. Mauro's guest is Dr. Robert D. Kirk, the author of the book "Make MIS-TAKES for BETTER GRADES".
12363547
By Manchester Karate Studio
Date: Friday September 5th, 2014 5:30 P.M. Limited space available!
By Carroll-Rees Academy and Arts
Projects for elementary students and a review of what NOT to do. Summer for children is for swimming, pool time, camping and... Doing NOTHING. At least that's the way it was for us when we were kids. It was great but, I can't deny it
By Max Grades Min Effort
A civil engineering graduate who went from almost flunking out of college to the top five per cent of his class has released a groundbreaking new study system. This system details the secret strategies which enabled him to turn his own life around.
By The YP Publishing
It is normal for parents to want their children to be happy, healthy and successful. Author Cynthia Kocialski says success is not based on the grades you get in school in her latest book, “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success”.
By Yvonne Wu
Are you an individual that has always felt the pressure from your parents to succeed? Author Cynthia Kocialski reveals what success is, in book “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success: How to Prosper Without Being at the Top of the Class”.
By Careers South West
Career and Personal Advisers in the South West are reassuring young people with the message ‘Don’t Panic’ if their exam results are not what they had hoped for.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
"How do I get my parents off my back?" Whenever I hear this very common complaint from students, I try to explain that there is good news as well as bad news in this dilemma.
By Eric Malzone
Bring in your child's most recent report card with an A or a 4 grade and get a FREE week at CrossFit Kids Pacific Coast.
By Chris
Recent advances in brain research reveal how study skills work. Join author Chris Tobias for a Barnes and Noble presentation on this topic.
By ThatPRGuy.com
An online video chemistry tutor offers convenient, economical 10-minute-a-day chemistry videos that improve grades for high school students.
By Stacey Schrager
Home school curriculum includes Mathematics and Language Arts courses for homeschool parents needing educational guides or support materials. Programs run from February to June, 2012
By Zysco, LLC
New and redesigned iPad version of iGrade for Teacher, the premier GradeBook and Attendance App for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad was released today in the Education section of iTunes.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Grades are not meant to be a badge of honor or shame to the recipient; they are simply notations that give a numerical reflection of how much our child has left to learn.
By Charles Clarkson
Tucson-based organization helping to increase classroom teacher effectiveness to raise student test scores
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Today’s hurried society continues to tell us to do more and do it sooner, which for many has been translated into finding potential disabilities as early as possible.
By Fast Market Research
Recently published research from Business Monitor International, "Chile Mining Report Q3 2011", is now available at Fast Market Research
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
The article you enclosed, Do schools share too much with parents? is a good example of how much has changed as Internet communication has improved and social networking sites have boomed in popularity.
By Maggie Ayre
Head teachers, youth workers and youth coaches agree that regular physical activity is an essential ingredient for exam success. We talk to Maggie Ayre, Fitness Coach for Teenage Girls.
By Maggie Ayre
Maggie Ayre, Fitness Coach for Teenage Girls, says “it’s time we started listening to what children and teenagers want” following yet another study showing activity levels amongst children are dropping at an alarming rate.
By Jo Ann Coleman, CEO/President
Third Quarter Grade Averages in Science, Social Studies, and Reading and Writing are B’s at the J.C. Coleman Foundation After -School Program.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
When it comes to parent/teacher conferences, many parents hope for the best but prepare for the worst.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Use grades to identify trends; missed learning
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Standardized tests are an antiquated system that is stuck educating our children for an era that is long gone.
By Jo Ann Coleman
Report card averages for January 2011 at the J.C. Coleman Afterschool Program show a six point average grade increase in the core classes for many of the participants.
By Strategic Book Group
A down-to-earth guide for helping your child succeed in school is a case of “this is how we did it and you can too.”
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
"Good grades" are close to an obsession in our society, yet too often we do not stop to analyze what those grades really mean.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
When good students suddenly have difficulty in school, parents often assume that it's due to lack of motivation.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
Parents must provide direction and guidance to keep their families moving forward together.
By Dr. Yvonne Fournier
The Strategizer® is a collection of instructions that work to help children of all ages to address all the intangibles that they are expected to apply daily at school.

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