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The Parents’ Place in Education

Posted by Ron Gilley on Jan 13, 2020 12:55:04 PM

One of the toughest days for parents is their child’s first day of school. The event is especially difficult for mom. Let’s face it, there is something unsettling about handing your child over to a group of strangers who take her behind locked doors where you are not free to follow. Whew! The first day of school leaves more than a few moms feeling, well, is guilty the word I’m looking for here? One begins to wonder while driving away from the school, just what is the parents’ place in education.

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Topics: Blog Posts, School Life, Studying, Parenting

The Dangers of Distracted Driving…or Studying

Posted by Ron Gilley on Dec 2, 2019 8:00:00 AM

How often do we see someone driving erratically only to learn a moment later that he or she is texting or checking Instagram or performing a similar task on a smartphone? Most of us see this on the road every day…if we look up from our phones long enough to notice.

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Topics: Blog Posts, Studying

Don’t Waste Your Commute

Posted by James Cowart on Mar 13, 2019 2:30:40 AM

I used to think our little house in the country was ideal for raising children, but eventually our children got old enough to leave the comfort of that little country house and go to school. Then I realized that the fifty minutes we spent commuting back and forth to school each day added up to 8,500 minutes (almost 142 hours!) of time spent in an enclosed space with children in the course of just one school year. That realization along with the other stresses of commuting caused me despair…until I learned how to use all that time for the benefit of both children and parents! What follows are three blessings we’ve received from using our school commute wisely.

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Topics: Blog Posts, Studying, Parenting, Homework

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