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  • The Case For Math And Computer Science Enrichment
    Two years ago, businessman and entrepreneur Thibault de Chatellus decided to follow his passion: He invested in a math and computer enrichment program to teach children the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century. » read more
  • UC Davis MIND Institute joins SPARK
    Groundbreaking initiative combines web-based registry with DNA analysis to accelerate autism research and speed discovery of treatments, supports » read more
    Achiever's Christian School - A conversation with David Culley, Resource Specialist » read more
  • Kangana Ranaut
    ueen she is mainly because of how she streamlined her struggle to success through facing failures and insults head on than letting them disintegrate her. » read more
  • Is Indian abroad a Hindutva Bigot
    Indian diaspora is considered as a "model" diaspora group in the West. Many large companies like Microsoft, Nokia and PepsiCo are being run by Indian-origin CEOs. » read more
  • Baahubali The Beginning - Female Domestication or Love?
    A chipped, mahogany battle mask falls over the edge of a towering waterfall, inspiring Shiva to pursue the maiden behind it. » read more
  • Challenger School - an American Private School
    In 1960, while teaching in a public school, Challenger School founder Barbara Baker became alarmed that her first grade students had received no academics in kindergarten, wasting the best years for establishing a foundation for learning » read more
  • Stress Management Tips for Final Exams
    The end of the school year is an exciting time for students as summer is right around the corner. It also marks the time for final exams and students may start to stress. » read more
  • Academy of Fencing Masters
    Yes, the summer is just around a corner! School will be over soon, kids will be eager to try out something new and exciting, and we, as parents, will be juggling our children’s wishes and our own dreams and possibilities for the summer. » read more
  • The Music Place
    The Music Place is all about making the music learning journey FUN!
    Whereas the focus of most schools is to educate, ours is to inspire. Really! This is not just a cliché at he Music Place. It is our unique approach. How do we do it? » read more
  • Special Education Matters
    Because You Can't Get The Time Back. Any parent of any child will tell you they can't believe just how quickly time can go. Any mother looking through her photo album will marvel at how the little... » read more
  • Why Camps
    Almost all children experience some degree of learning loss in the summer. Research spanning 100 years shows that students typically score lower on standardized tests at the end of summer vacation than they do on the same tests at the beginning of the summer (Council of Chief State School Officers 2006, Key State Education Policies on K-12 Education). » read more
  • CDM
    Each year families are challenged to find activities to engage youth in for the summer. Responding to the needs of young teens, Summer of Service (SOS) at Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose is a unique and innovative... » read more
  • DACA
    With an unparalleled breadth of programming and a track record of excellence, De Anza Cupertino Aquatics (DACA), has developed into the most comprehensive aquatics program in the United States. » read more
  • Little Spirits
    Little Spirits Bay Area Inc. has opened a new therapeutic center in San Jose. Our mission is to promote a healthy family relationship by developing your child's independence, social skills, » read more
  • Elan Preschool
    Here in Silicon Valley Preschool has become a needed asset for working parents. We are no longer living in an era where there plenty of friends next door or down the street to play with. » read more
  • The Gift of Writing
    Every summer, Emerson School of Palo Alto and Hacienda School of Pleasanton open their doors and offer their innovative programs in a camp-like setting to outside students who want to share in the summer adventures. » read more
  • Young At Art
    Young At Art was started in a garage over three decades ago and has become an accomplished, year round art school with enrollments of over 400 students per month. Young At Art encourages students to artistically express them- selves while learning in a nurturing environment. » read more
  • Golden State Academy
    The Golden State Academy is one that strictly focuses on teaching students the skills of public speaking and debate/argumentation. Students not only get to learn the right skills but also get to put them into use at competitions » read more
  • Saint Andrews
    Walk through the halls of Saint Andrew's Episcopal School in Saratoga and you'll see something magical: children of all ages and backgrounds engaged in learning. » read more
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