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NEWS & EVENTS

A Love for Words: Inspiring Young Children to Read and Write More

Reading and writing are two highly essential skills for a child’s development. In fact, many studies have proven that reading alone helps reduce signs of depression and build stronger empathy among young people. Now that we have entered the age of devices and technology, it has become even more important for parents and carers to

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STUDENT EXPERIENCE

For Expats: How to Help Your Kids Adjust and Feel at Home

Life as an international business consultant, trainer, lawyer or diplomat may be fun and exciting. You travel all over the world for work and in the process, get to see different countries and experience various cultures. It is a constant vacation for many, but there are some who seek the permanence of being able to

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STUDENT EXPERIENCE

What to Do When Your Tween Has Low Self-esteem

Sometimes, it’s hard to understand how your 4-year-old daughter who was so fond of beauty pageants, ballet recitals, and summer camps grew up to be this shy, aloof tween in middle school. Once, they were all about saying yes to new things and people; now, every opportunity is met with “I can’t do that” or

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CAREER ADVICE

First-Timer Applicants: How to Write a Resume

For first-timers, job hunting can bring a “butterflies in your stomach” feeling. While finding employment nowadays is easier through online job hunting sites and social media, one aspect of it that hasn’t changed is how to let employers know about our qualifications. That’s where resumes come into play. A resume gives useful information about you

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STUDENT EXPERIENCE

How Can You Tell If Your Child is Ready for Preschool?

As soon as you see your toddler begin to walk on their own or communicate in words and phrases, you might consider enrolling them in a preschool. Child development is important to nurture at an early age, but one of the critical things that you should consider is whether your child is ready for preschool.

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