Author: Jeff Blaylock


Jeff is an experienced writer, columnist, and psychotherapist. He has years of experience understanding children behavior, and how they can perform well throughout their study career. Jeff participates in the professional development of the education sector.

A Brief History By the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s, the consensus in American education was overwhelmingly in favor of issuing homework to students of all grade levels.  The temptation to help your children, to make them stronger or smarter may end up with the kids losing their interests to the project and tasks. Many parents believe that if you do not control the process of ‘doing homework’, the child will study poorly; however, researchers from the University of Austin and Duke (USA) have shown that this is not the case, especially when you want to…

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A Brief History On April 23, 1635, Boston Latin School was established and is both the first public school and oldest existing school in the United States of America.  Do you want to know the best tips for starting a new school? If yes, then you have come to the right spot. A school works as a base for your child’s future, and this is where they study to succeed. Surviving at new school can be frightening and nerve-wracking for your little one. Your kid must be anxious thinking about a whole new environment. He might be concerned about the…

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