How to make a ‘child education franchise’ for your kids

The child education industry has a history of flouting government regulations and engaging in outright fraud.That’s because it’s a booming industry.According to a new report, the industry is worth $2.2 trillion in annual revenue and employs nearly 50 million people.And, the number of companies in this industry is growing faster than any other sector in America.

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Why don’t you learn to read?

The UN’s child health and development agency (UNICEF) has called for a more holistic approach to education to be adopted by parents in developing countries.The agency said parents must learn to interpret their children’s messages and emotions, not just read them, in order to prepare them for life in the global marketplace.“We must be able to say to children, ‘You […]

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Children: How to find, teach and care for them

A new book about children’s health and wellbeing aims to shed light on the issues that affect children’s wellbeing, especially when it comes to obesity and dieting.The book is titled The Weight Loss Diet: An Action Plan for Children and Families and has been published by Unicef.It aims to address some of the common myths about children, the causes of […]

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Black child educational toy sells for $5 million

A black-branded toy that teaches children how to navigate the world and is designed to make them more independent has sold for $3.7 million at a San Francisco auction.The toy, which is called Black Children’s Educational Toy, or BCET, uses a black child’s eye as a lens.It’s called a “black lens” because the color of the eye is more prominent […]

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How to teach your children to read and write – or learn to read by ear

Posted March 04, 2019 07:29:58 When you have a child learning to read, write and understand, you need to work with the child to get them to the point where they can read and understand what you’re saying.But you need also to understand the difference between what you and your child are trying to say, and what you want to […]

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How to measure your child’s progress: What you need to know

When it comes to children’s health, one of the most common questions is how long they’ll be able to do all the things they want to do.And the answer is not a lot.A lot depends on their age, the severity of the illness and how they are coping with it.But what about the other children?And what about teachers?And parents?How does […]

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What you need to know about student loan interest rates in the US

What’s a student loan?The federal government requires a borrower to make a monthly payment of $6,200.Interest rates vary from 3.8% to 8.75% depending on the loan type, and can range from 5% to 20% depending if the borrower is in school or in the workforce.That means if you’re in school, you can pay less interest than if you aren’t.But what […]

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Education: More than a decade after US ‘school reform’ was ‘failed’

By MELISSA RAYMORE-RANDALLThe US Department of Education has said it will no longer accept funding for any educational assistance provided to students under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) due to the recent changes to the law.The Education Department, which provides $1.5 trillion to the US education system, said on Thursday it would no longer receive federal funds for […]

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Parents: We’ll pay for child education through tuition-free college

Parents of students from disadvantaged backgrounds are rallying against a $1 trillion tuition-for-college plan by the Obama administration.The new proposal from the White House and Republican leaders would raise tuition for high school graduates from the current $6,000 a year to $9,000.The current plan would raise it to $12,000 for all but the wealthiest students.The proposal is a first for […]

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