As more and more school districts are going virtual until January and or offering virtual alternatives for families that are reluctant to send their kids to school (and also to ease transitions when school inevitably closes again) the idea of another semester of virtual / zoom school – is actually kind of a nightmare for
Race is back in the headlines – it never really went away. Your kids are going to hear about it, from teachers, from friends, from the things they see on TV and the internet, on shows and movies and in advertising. But as a parent, you want to set the tone and you want to
Online learning hasn’t been easy. Now, and into the summer, you’ll want this expert advice for parents trying to be both tutor and caregiver. A+ Solutions was featured in Your Teen Magazine. Click here to read the full article starting on page 39.
Anxiety is a normal part of life. Taking an exam, meeting with your boss, starting a new school year, and trying out a new activity may elicit anxiety. Most people at some point in their lives experience anxiety. Sometimes, rather than hurling yourself into a swimming pool, a healthy dose of “what if” can be
Dyslexia affects a person’s ability to read, write and spell, but how does it impact a student’s ability to learn math? The same characteristics causing students with dyslexia to struggle while learning to read, often carry over to math. Most dyslexic students experience weaknesses in at least one area of math at some point in