The Role of Failure in Learning

The idea of failure can be scary. Getting a failing mark in a test can be a harsh lesson for students, especially if students studied […]

Do Report Cards Matter in 2020?

Reports cards are usually the ultimate say on the topic of student academic performance. But, the coronavirus pandemic shut schools down last March. Educators froze […]

What to Do When Teachers Strike

A Guide for Parents of School-Aged Children Job action, work to rule, or strike, whatever the name, when school days are interrupted, learning can be […]

How To Deal With A Bad Report Card (And Make The Next One Better)

Bad report cards can be very stressful for both parents and the students receiving them. It can cause tension between you and your child and […]

16 Tips For Talking To Your Child About Report Cards (& Making The Most Of The Results)

Report cards are one of the most nerve-wracking parts of your child’s education. Not knowing what to expect can be stressful for both students and […]

3 Ways To Blockbuster Your Report Cards

Today’s guest post is written by Keith Westman.  Follow him on Twitter at @keithwestman. Note: I am aware I am not the first person to use […]

A Report Card Built For Parents

Better design can result in more comprehensive report cards       For your average parent, the report card is the first and oftentimes only […]

Are Your School Report Cards Communicating To Parents Or Confusing Parents?

The Changing Role Of Schools In Society     A few decades ago, schools could be defined as fundamental centres for imparting knowledge and formation […]

Three Ways Spring Can Be Bad For Your Child’s Grades and How To Avoid Spring Distraction

Midterms have come and gone. Spring Break is over. The days are getting warmer, and what’s left of the school year can be counted in […]

A Stage-by-Stage Guide to Understanding Report Cards

Early years—Kindergarten Through Grade Two From the ages of five onwards, children are learning to adjust to an academic setting. Report cards tend to report […]

The School Year Wrap Up

The end of the school year is an important milestone for students. While the transition from one grade to the next always worth celebrating, not […]

A Stage-by-Stage Guide to Understanding Report Cards

Early years—Kindergarten Through Grade Two From the ages of five onwards, children are learning to adjust to an academic setting. Report cards tend to report […]

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