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The Early Intervention Program Is In Danger!! Image

The Early Intervention Program Is In Danger!!

June 13, 2014

Please take a moment to read why the early intervention program needs your help!!! Please sign our petition. Read More »


Student Motivation: Age-Old Problem Gets New Attention Image

Student Motivation: Age-Old Problem Gets New Attention

June 13, 2014

Now, schools are working to make inroads against one of the most common and yet elusive reasons students cite for dropping out: They just aren't motivated to stay in school. What drives one student to stick it out through four years of high school, while another—perhaps equally talented—fades out of school? Read More »


Talk about success: Boy born with cleft palate is now a chatterbox thanks to special therapy Image

Talk about success: Boy born with cleft palate is now a chatterbox thanks to special therapy

June 12, 2014

(Manchester, England) A five-year-old boy who once struggled to speak after being born with a cleft palate is now happily chatting away with his family and friends. Dylan Crothers could not pronounce consonants despite an operation to repair the hole in the roof of his mouth when he was a baby. But now, after several years of speech therapy, he is finally able to communicate. Read More »


Learning a second language at any age may slow the brain’s decline Image

Learning a second language at any age may slow the brain’s decline

June 11, 2014

A new study published by the Annals of Neurology finds that you don't even need to learn that second (or third, or fourth) tongue at a very young age: Picking up a new language even a little later in life can have serious cognitive benefits for the aging brain. Read More »


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