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Helping your student during pre-deployment

In the United States there are approximately two million children that had a parent in either the active or reserve portion of the military stated the 2009 RAND study.  Researchers also found that across all age groups, children of military families had significantly higher levels of emotional difficulties than children in the general population with […]

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Beating the Post-Holiday Blues

You’ve been free of homework, class schedules and teachers for a couple of weeks, so it’s only natural that waking up at the crack of dawn and having to focus all day is a bit of a challenge. With these four tips, you’ll be motivated, focused, and done with those post-holiday blues in no time. […]

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5 Time Management Tips For Students

As a student, managing priorities can mean the difference between having some time to yourself at the end of the day or facing a mountain-size to-do list by the end of the week. These time management tips will help you find time for good grades, great friends and even some much-needed R&R. Tip #1: It […]

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Take the Stress Out of Homework—Now

Are you totally stressed out about your homework? Well, you are not alone: Nearly 9 out of 10 kids stress out about homework, according to responses from students, teachers, and parents from the Metlife Survey of the American Teacher. The study also said that more than one third of students feel that way almost all […]

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Five Ways to Reduce Stress

You’ve got a physics test, an English paper due and a big track meet next week. Ooh, and don’t forget that dance everyone’s been talking up. If you find yourself inhaling food as you rush from the library to the mall or you notice a persistent ache in your lower jaw or the back of […]

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