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Daycares in harlingen: Harlingen TX Preschool | Magic Kingdom Learning Center

Опубликовано: October 31, 2020 в 4:59 pm

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Best Daycare in Harlingen, TX

Tender Loving Care Playschool

Daycare in
San Benito, TX

(503) 773-5465

Tender Loving Care Playschool provides childcare for families living in the San Benito area. Children engage in play-based, educational acti… Read More

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Nancy Arellano’s Child Care

Daycare in
Harlingen, TX

(410) 709-7416

Nancy Arellano’s Child Care provides childcare for families living in the Harlingen area. Children engage in play-based, educational activit… Read More

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Holyland Day Care

Daycare in
San Benito, TX

(323) 918-5692

Holyland Day Care is a home daycare that offers childcare programs for nearby families in San Benito. Daily care is available on Monday, Tue… Read More

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Elma’s Daycare

Daycare in
Harlingen, TX

(323) 918-5692

Elma’s Daycare offers safe, loving childcare in the Harlingen area. Kids learn through curriculum-based, educational activities. The facilit… Read More

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Aurora’s Day Care

Daycare in
Harlingen, TX

(757) 300-5744

Aurora’s Day Care is a home daycare that offers childcare programs for nearby families in Harlingen. Daily care is available on Monday, Tues… Read More

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Nanas Little Darlings Daycare

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Harlingen, TX

(405) 374-4917

Nanas Little Darlings provides childcare for families living in the Harlingen area. Children engage in play-based, educational activities to… Read More

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Kidsville Day Care

Daycare in
Harlingen, TX

(410) 709-7416

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First Methodist Church, Harlingen TX

Journey Preschool

Journey Preschool has been a ministry of the First Methodist Church in Harlingen for over 30 years. Our mission is to provide excellent childcare and education in a nurturing, Christ-centered environment.

We encourage learning through play while a child’s feeling of self-worth and regard for others is placed above achievement. Classes are offered for Infants & children ages 18 months to 4 years of age. JPS prides itself on being able to provide small classroom sizes in a cozy and secure school setting. We would love to give you a tour and or answer any questions you have — please contact us! 

mappin 206 S 4th St [Main Entrance is the RCC – Raimond Christian Center]

Harlingen, TX 78550

Phone: 956-412-0411

Christina Vasquez – Director – [email protected]

Hours of Operation: 7:15 am to 5:30 pm

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circlerightarrow SCHOOL HANDBOOK *Updated include Covid safety procedures. 2022-23 Handbook coming soon.

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circlerightarrow PAY BILL ONLINE – Select “Journey Preschool” from dropdown menu.  

circlerightarrow ENROLL ONLINE – we are accepting new students – please contact us for class availability.

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[Please have Dr. complete, sign, & return to JPS along with copy of current immunizations] 

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  • 18 months Supply List
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  • Prek2B Supply List
  • Prek3 Supply List
  • Prek4 Supply List

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Journey Preschool is pleased to offer extracurricular activities during the school day for interested parents. These activities are hosted at JPS & coordinated by each visiting instructor. Sign-up forms are available by the main office. 

Click below to learn more about each program and for registration information:

Dance with My First Dance, Inc.

Soccer

Tumble Tots – Sign up in office!

Our newly remodeled library offers a great selection of books that the children can read and checkout. 

Chapel days with Mr. Juan C. are filled with fun music and Bible story time with church pastoral staff. Every Thursday at 10 a.m.

We love to celebrate special occasions and have fun events throughout the year such as:

  • Spring “End of Year” Program
  • Christmas Program
  • RGV Jaycees Christmas Parade – JPS float!
  • Easter, Thanksgiving, Valentine and parties
  • Special Class Birthdays
  • Mother, Father & Grandparent’s Day celebrations
  • Themed days & more!

We are dedicated to providing a nurturing and fun learning environment.

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need a summer option? register for journey day camp!

Journey Day Camp (JDC) runs weekly starting May 2023 through August 2023 and is for ages 5-12 years.

Nanny in los angeles: The Top 20 Nannies in Los Angeles, CA – Find a Nanny

Опубликовано: October 31, 2020 в 10:12 am

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The Top 20 Nannies in Los Angeles, CA – Find a Nanny

Recent nanny reviews in Los Angeles, CA

Aricelda G.

I can’t say enough wonderful things about Ari. She was our NCS for our daughter who was born 6 weeks premature. She was with us since the day our daughter arrived home and has been an invaluable member of our family unit. She was there for each step of motherhood – from baby basics, feeding,breastfeeding/pumping, everything – and was always attuned to the emotional aspects of new motherhood as well as the logistical parts. She always had recommendations and experiences that she shared with us as challenges arose. And when my mother passed from cancer while she was working for us, she was incredibly helpful, kind and understanding, giving us the flexibility we needed to get through it. She’s 100% trustworthy, punctual, a great communicator, and an incredibly positive, happy presence. She’s wonderful, sweet, happy and unflappable with our daughter, and has taught us so many tips for taking care of her. As a result, our daughter is thriving and catching up on all her milestones!…

– Logan B.

Renee L.

Renee nannied our daughter for 6 months, from age 10m. Beyond being easygoing and superb at all the basics of trustworthy care-giving, she is more than a nanny – she taught our daughter skills (basic sign language, self feeding, sensory development), improved her socialization, took her for longwalks and playground days, no screens, plentiful music – their time together was not only safe and comfortable, but productive and enriching. She kept in great communication with us, regarding things like scheduling, naps, and feeding, sending us pictures and videos throughout the day, and gently guiding us too. Renee has her own wonderful daughter a few years older than ours, so has great parenting experience personally, in addition to her professional credentials. We sadly have circumstances making it difficult for us to continue with an in-home nanny as both our jobs became work from home, but Renee is incomparable, and was incredibly flexible with our needs even as we all had to share space.

– Seif H.

Vanessa A.

I would highly recommend Vanessa. She has helped me so much. Vanessa helped me understand and educated me about my baby’s development. She expressed the importance of tummy time, swaddling, and helped me with a sleeping schedule. She was a big help with my toddler as well, she taught me how topositively interact by reading, playing, and trips to the park….

– Valerie A.

Monica B.

We hired Monica to care for our twin newborns after we started working again. We weren’t sure if one person could handle two at the same time, but Monica is amazing! It’s been a few months now and we couldn’t be happier! She’s punctual, responsible, and patient with the girls. Our twins are preemiebabies and had feeding issues, and Monica understood our concerns and is able to give them the attention and care they need. Monica doesn’t just take care of our babies physical needs (diaper changing, feeding, etc.) she also attends to their emotional and mental needs as well (reading, playing, singing, etc). She has also been a great communicator with us and always shares her insights with us on how the girls are doing and what to expect as they develop and grow. We appreciate her very much. Would definitely recommend!…

– Valerie H.

Jennifer N.

Jennifer was eager to take care of our toddler and very dedicated to helping us when we had a last minute need for childcare.

– Felix And Andrea C.

Nannies in Los Angeles, CA

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Hello beautiful Moms if you are looking for NCS Doula or NEWBORN nanny I’m your lady! my name is Aricelda 54 years old Guatemalan Born USA citizen Doula an Newborn Care Specialists sleeping training, PediatricCPR certified, Helth safe and nutrition certified Trastline certified, RIE philosophy Looking for night time positions. Have references, numbers, and resume available upon request. I have a passion taking care of newborns and look forward to helping those in need. As a mother, and grandmother myself, I know the importance of our babies being in safe hands. My goal is to bring a quality service that you can trust. Looking forward to hear from you!!…

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Recent Review:

I can’t say enough wonderful things about Ari. She was our NCS for our daughter who was born 6 weeks premature. She was with us since the day our daughter arrived home and has been an invaluable member of ourfamily unit. She was there for each step of motherhood – from baby basics, feeding, breastfeeding/pumping, everything – and was always attuned to the emotional aspects of new motherhood as well as the logistical parts. She always had recommendations and experiences that she shared with us as challenges arose. And when my mother passed from cancer while she was working for us, she was incredibly helpful, kind and understanding, giving us the flexibility we needed to get through it. She’s 100% trustworthy, punctual, a great communicator, and an incredibly positive, happy presence. She’s wonderful, sweet, happy and unflappable with our daughter, and has taught us so many tips for taking care of her. As a result, our daughter is thriving and catching up on all her milestones!…

Reviewed by Logan B.

Renee L. | Los Angeles, CA

$25-35/hr • 10 yrs exp • 30 yrs old

Career Nanny Available In August Or September!

Description:

I’m Renee, an LMU alumni with over 10 years of experience nannying for children of all ages. I’ll be available starting Aug 8th.
I truly love working with infants and prefer to begin when they’re young. Thisgives me the opportunity to form a bond with them and help them reach new milestones on their journey into toddlerhood!
I believe in respect for everyone and this includes babies. They’re capable of so much and I’m there to help guide them as they learn how to navigate this world!
I can help with sleep-training, BLW, creating a routine and documenting our adventures everyday through a baby tracking app. There will be plenty of music, reading, tummy time/gross motor development, walks to the park, or drives to the beach, museums, or baby classes.
I prefer to nanny at my home, I have a good setup already and tons of supplies. I set up my space with my daughter in mind so it’s very baby/child friendly (she’ll be in school FT while I’m nannying). My rate is lower with this in mind….

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Recent Review:

Renee nannied our daughter for 6 months, from age 10m. Beyond being easygoing and superb at all the basics of trustworthy care-giving, she is more than a nanny – she taught our daughter skills (basic signlanguage, self feeding, sensory development), improved her socialization, took her for long walks and playground days, no screens, plentiful music – their time together was not only safe and comfortable, but productive and enriching. She kept in great communication with us, regarding things like scheduling, naps, and feeding, sending us pictures and videos throughout the day, and gently guiding us too. Renee has her own wonderful daughter a few years older than ours, so has great parenting experience personally, in addition to her professional credentials. We sadly have circumstances making it difficult for us to continue with an in-home nanny as both our jobs became work from home, but Renee is incomparable, and was incredibly flexible with our needs even as we all had to share space….

Reviewed by Seif H.

Vanessa A. | Los Angeles, CA

$25-30/hr • 10 yrs exp • 44 yrs old

Experienced Nanny With Newborn Babies Infants And Toddlers.

Description:

Hello families, I have over 15 years of experience with newborn babies, infants and toddlers and school aged children. I am bilingual, I speak, read, write Spanish and English. I also got certified fosterparent and have worked with families in their homes helping them raise their newborn babies and infants. One of the things I love to do with children is read to them, go for walks, take them to the park and do different kinds of arts and crafts and to their classes. It is very important for me that the family and children feel happy and safe with me. That’s why I always try to do my best. I am a non smoker. I have my own transportation and am very familiar with light housework, laundry and other things. I also like to play with children and teach them new things according to their age. I am very caring, loving, calm, nurturing, responsible and a punctual person….

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Recent Review:

I would highly recommend Vanessa. She has helped me so much. Vanessa helped me understand and educated me about my baby’s development. She expressed the importance of tummy time, swaddling, and helped me with asleeping schedule. She was a big help with my toddler as well, she taught me how to positively interact by reading, playing, and trips to the park….

Reviewed by Valerie A.

Andrea E. | Los Angeles, CA

$25-35/hr • 10 yrs exp • 36 yrs old

Professional Nanny With 20 Plus Experience Looking For Full Time Job

Description:

Hello I am Andrea! I am looking for babysitting jobs! have 20+ years of child care experience including several years working at preschools, nannying, after school care, and working at various youth groups. For6 months I was a full time nanny for a family of three children, ages newborn, 6 and 12. (The older 2 children I had already cared for 4 years prior to this.) Last month I ended my year long nanny job for an adorable 1-year-old girl and am looking to babysit or find a new nanny job. I enjoy taking care of children because each child is different, and it is exciting to see them grow and learn new things! I am responsible, caring, fun, creative and helpful….

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Is your nanny nurturing your child’s future self? If this is important to you, look no further. Immediately after college, I taught English in Asia for students 4-18 years of age in academic settings but in thepast nearly 6 plus years, I’ve worked as a career nanny and tutor for children in all age groups. My specialty includes caring for twin preemies, newborns, infants and teaching young children empathy and emotional intelligence. Moreover, I have plenty of references and I’m happy to provide those as well as my resume and I sincerely hope to hear form you soon!. ..

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Recent Review:

We hired Monica to care for our twin newborns after we started working again. We weren’t sure if one person could handle two at the same time, but Monica is amazing! It’s been a few months now and we couldn’tbe happier! She’s punctual, responsible, and patient with the girls. Our twins are preemie babies and had feeding issues, and Monica understood our concerns and is able to give them the attention and care they need. Monica doesn’t just take care of our babies physical needs (diaper changing, feeding, etc.) she also attends to their emotional and mental needs as well (reading, playing, singing, etc). She has also been a great communicator with us and always shares her insights with us on how the girls are doing and what to expect as they develop and grow. We appreciate her very much. Would definitely recommend!…

Reviewed by Valerie H.

Description:

Hi, my name is Margurite and I go by Maggie. I have extensive experience in working with children in a professional capacity. My experience includes working with kids at school summer camps and also being ananny/babysitter. I have worked with newborns, toddlers, early school age and elementary school-aged. I enjoy working with children and find it to be an extremely rewarding experience. I feel that I have all the necessary qualities that make a good nanny/babysitter. I make sure that when I am working I take great care and exercise all precautionary measures to ensure the safety of the children. I also make sure the children are engaged in interesting and educational activities. I am happy to teach your children and help with homework as well during the time I spend with them. I am also happy to tidy up after them and cook for them. I have a friendly and approachable approach….

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Lisa R. | Los Angeles, CA

$20-30/hr • 10 yrs exp • 61 yrs old

Experienced Nanny Looking For Part Or Full Time Position.

Description:

Working with children is my passion. Most of my happiest moments include children. I have enjoyed working as a nanny for seven families. This includes newborns, infants, toddler twins and premature twins! Ihave also worked as an Art teacher for children who have Autism. I have experience working in a preschool and as a kindergarten teacher’s aide. As a nanny, I provide creative activities such as games, stories, music and art projects. I encourage reading. I communicate well with children. I am intuitive and empathetic. I am reliable, flexible, adaptable and responsible. I am honest and trustworthy. I respect family values and take suggestions well. I love to paint and play the drums. I love animals. I absolutely adore children. I am looking for a position in the Los Angeles / San Fernando valley area; live in or out. I am willing to relocate. I have a resume, recommendations and I have the results from live scan background check available….

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I am a Trustline registered nanny who is holistic, mindful, and Montessori inspired. With almost a decade of experience, having worked at Oakwood Elementary school in Studio City. Taking care of your childrequires respect, attention to detail, and self-motivation, and I hope to instill these qualities in them. The care of your child is my top priority. The things I do are prepare meals, host play dates, set up bath time, bedtime, and clean up after the kids. I’m sorry. No, I won’t be taking on the role of nanny and housekeeper. My approach involves mindful learning & play and social engagements, which challenge the child to grow and maximize their potential. It is my passion to teach etiquette, most importantly virtues like kindness, empathy, and gratitude. Besides speaking English and Spanish I am also CPR certified. Don’t hesitate to message me….

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Dear Parents,
I am a super-fun and contemporary Nanny with old-school values and have over 10 years experience working with children of all ages from newborns, special needs and grade school through K-12 withparticular experience managing and mentoring multiple children.
I’m also a professional organizer and provide all aspects of home management services. I enjoy preparing meals for the entire family (have a background in culinary arts) and happy to handle laundry, keep a super-tidy home, walk the dog/feed the cat, provide taxi-service to/from school and sports activities and run errands.
Yes, I have lots of energy!
I just recently retired quite early from my career at the Medical Center in LA and am certified in CPR, Fire, Life and Safety and have received all vaccines required by the hospital.
I’ve also received certifications in “Professional Development for Infant and Toddler Caregivers” – “Ensuring the Health and Safety of Infants and Toddlers” – “Establishing Positive Relationships with Families” – with other certificates in child safety and care giving.
I am available now for full-time nanny service (minimum 40-hours) as well as on-call babysitting/date-night requests.
I come with awesome references, a well-rounded corporate CV supporting leadership, certifications in child behavior studies and a genuine willingness to serve and enhance your family.
Looking forward to hearing from you!…

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Hello families!
My name is Jennifer and I am a mother of two wonderful kids. I been living in California for almost two years and I absolutely it, but super expensive… My passion is children of all types Ihave been babysitting/Nanny for almost 15 years now I have worked with all different types of personality and the thing for me is that I am Super Patient I love to do anything that is kid friendly arts & crafts, reading, going on walks, playing games. I’m very dependable, loyal, honest and super trustworthy.
I have experience with newborn all the way to the age of 11yrs old I will do whatever the family asks of me to do and also do light housekeeping making sure everything is put away and wash. I have an upbeat personality, fun and super loving and understanding… I hope to meet the family soon.
Thank you…

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Jennifer was eager to take care of our toddler and very dedicated to helping us when we had a last minute need for childcare.

Reviewed by Felix And Andrea C.

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Hi my name is Nicole, and I have 12 years experience as a night nurse/newborn care specialist. I am also a mother of 3 wonderful kids two boys and one girl. have a very calm, nurturing demeanor and I helpfamilies feel at ease by sharing my knowledge about newborns. Instilling confidence in new parents to identify their newborns needs helps lower stress. I understand all babies are different but I am skilled in helping babies get on a predictable schedule and start sleeping through the night. I pride myself on my ability to provide top quality care to mothers and newborns by using a patient, loving, and trustworthy attitude. I will do whatever I can to understand and accommodate your needs. I have a passion for helping families adjust to the newborn stage during those first few months when things are difficult and life feels like it has been turned upside down….

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Hi there! My name is Bobbie I am a 25-year-old Los Angeles Native. I love children that’s why I am currently on my way to become a K-6th grade Teacher. I have 10 years of child care experience ranging fromNewborns-12yr old. I am currently a after school nanny for a 7-year-old girl.
Past experience: 2016-2017 6month baby boy, -2015-2016 9-year-old girl & 11-year-old boy with ADHD. -2013-15 Sitter9-year-old girl. -2012-15 PT/ on call care 6-year-old girl. -2007-12 Nanny newborn baby girl. -2006-2008 Nanny for a newborn girl & 2-year-old girl. Duties of positions included: Meal prep, outdoor activities, reading, teaching, playing, nurturing, tidying up, transportation to and from school/extra curriculum activities, arts & crafts, bed time, homework help, and different daily tasks. I am a team player as well as an independent player. I love animals, nature, spreading kindness and being a great asset in your families life….

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My name is Amina, and I have a passion when it comes to working with children. I am certified to be a teaching assistant, and in the process of getting my teaching credentials. I have worked as a career nannyfor over 11 years, and as an after school program worker in which I cared for 27 kindergarten students ranging in age from 5 to 6 years old. I am licensed in adult, child, and infant CPR and First Aid. Outdoor activities and arts & crafts are two of my favorite things to do with children other than helping to educate them. I am a very outgoing person and I enjoy spending a big portion of my day having fun with children and being able to nurture them. I feel that it is very important to give children an enriching environment that is also fun….

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Hello! My name is Maritza, I am a UC Irvine graduate. I double-majored in Educational Sciences(emphasis in Early Child Development) and Spanish Literature and Culture. I have worked with children, in differentenvironments, for the past six years. This has allowed me to develop a unique set of skills that aid me in understanding infancy and toddlerhood. Previously, I have worked at The Goddard School(private preschool) where I was stationed in the infant and toddler classroom. While in this position I was trained to administer napping/sleep training & feeding schedules. In addition, I performed a sequence of physical, verbal, mental, and emotional growth, as well as toddler education. I have also worked at a ECD daycare, while doing my own independent work during my free time. Currently, I’m working part-time for a family(I have been with them for 2yrs!). Now he is all grown up & ready for school! To sum it all up, I love children, & I am very passionate and proud about my work!…

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Maritza has been a wonderful nanny for our 9-month-old curious independent daughter. There are various schedules and nuances to the daily routine that Maritza stays on top of and is great about being able touse her experience to best adjust as needed when naps go awry or milk intake is behind. She is wonderful at feeding not just her belly well (BLW), but also her mind with various songs, activities and reading. It’s hard to find great child care providers in Los Angeles, and she is one of them!…

Reviewed by Tiffany M.

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Hi there! I’m an experienced caregiver of 4+ years – this includes nannying, babysitting, and working in a professional daycare facility.

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Brianna Y. | Los Angeles, CA

$30-50/hr • 10 yrs exp • 34 yrs old

Caring And Energetic Nanny With Over 20 Years Experience

Description:

An enthusiastic, compassionate nanny with over 20 years experience with children ranging from infants to teenagers, and new parents to experienced ones. Nannying has been a consistent passion of mine since Istarted a neighborhood babysitting business when I was just 11 years old. Since then I have built experience as a live-in nanny, a freelance nanny and a pro on all that comes with it: newborn care, potty training, feeding and sleeping techniques, cognitive development, art and creativity, curiosity building and much more. Additionally, I am a fine artist and musician who loves helping kids develop their creative side whether it be painting, singing, playing guitar or being just plain silly! If you are looking for a fun, creative, engaging and experienced nanny, you’ve found her, and I am so excited to meet you and your little one(s)!…

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Recent Review:

Brianna was so helpful to me when I was a first time mother. She started watching my son when he was 7 months and I really saw the positive impact she had on him. She genuinely cared for my son and evencomforted me when I was unsure about his eating or bedtime routines. She is very engaging and was always thinking of fun new things to do and really became a part of the family….

Reviewed by Sia H.

Griselda G. | Los Angeles, CA

$27-35/hr • 10 yrs exp • 38 yrs old

Experienced Nanny Looking For A Summer Position While Her Current Family Is On Business Trip

Description:

Hello! My name is Griselda, I’m 37years old. I have been a nanny for 10 years. I live in echo park area . I’m currently working full-time with a family in San Marino area I take care of their 4-year-old boy andalmost 2year old baby girl. . I’m looking for a part time nanny position in the mornings starting September. I’ve taken care of new born up to 10-year-olds . If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
Thanks for the time….

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Recent Review:

To have Griselda as your caregiver is to have peace of mind, love, consideration, and ease. Griselda is a confident, smart, hard working professional person who will love your child/children and bringconsistency to all your lives.
Sadly our time together was cut short by the pandemic, but Griselda gave me and my family so much stability in a time we needed it most. I always appreciated her self sufficiency, her self parenting expertise, and her strong communication and boundaries. Griselda is an expert at his job. You will be lucky to have her in your lives.

Reviewed by Pilar H.

Description:

Awesome nanny experienced with families with multiple children, infants, toddlers, school-agers and special needs. I’ve worked with families with two, three and four children. I’ve worked as a Lead Teacher forolder toddlers, an After School Program site director, a live-in nanny, and Lifeguard. I love encouraging children with books, music & song, art projects, teaching them to swim and play tennis. From arts and crafts, to organizing games to helping with potty training, I do it all. Most of all I love making sure children are having fun and staying safe!…

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Kind, caring, dependable and reliable. Rachel began helping us out at a time when things were crazy (toddler running around, second baby on the way all while moving into a new home). She was able to keep ourlittle one busy allowing us to focus on the move. She’s super communicative (with both parent and child) and easy to get along with. Really enjoyed our time with her!…

Reviewed by Mekia C.

Description:

Hello, My name is Miladis. I am a US citizen from Guatemala with three children of my own. I am fluent in English and Spanish. My love for children is enormous. I have been a nanny for over 15 years now. I amCPR and First Aid certified. I have worked with children from as young as 2 weeks old. I enjoy doing vigorous activities with the children invested in my care such as arts and crafts, painting, outdoor activities, etc. I am very social and love to make play dates with other nanny’s. I live in the Los Angeles area. I have a resume and references….

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I’m a warm and fun-loving nanny with over 10 years of paid child care experience, and pride myself on developing long-term relationships with families and their children. Most recently, I’ve nannied for afamily with 2 great kids ages 2 and 8 months old. Before that, I was with 3 sweet little girls ages 6, 3, and 1 for about 4 years. We always have a lot of fun going to the playground and swimming in the pool together. I spent a year in Germany where I worked as an Au pair (live-in nanny) for 4 great kids ages 2, 7, and 11 years old. Some of our favorite things to do were coloring, climbing trees, and reading books. I grew up in a big family surrounded by lots of children, and learned how to handle any chaotic situation. I’m very pet friendly as I have 3 cats and a dog of my own! I’m creative, fun, caring, and believe that every child is special. My specialties are arts and crafts, playing pretend, and kissing boo-boos when needed! I can’t wait to meet you and your family!…

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Whether you need consistent after-school care or an extra set of hands a few days per week, our part-time nannies are here to help! Our candidate pool includes experienced caregivers looking to pick up extra hours, former camp counselors who can keep kids busy for hours on end, and college students seeking an after-school position that fits with their class schedule. The background, experience, and personality of each nanny is unique but they all embody the qualities that to us, are most important – loyalty, honesty, dependability, and a true love of working with children.

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Part-time nannies responsibilities vary depending on the household, but often include full care of the children (bathing, dressing, feeding), engaging in creative play, driving the children to and from school and extra-curricular activities, assisting with homework, light tidying related to the children’s activities, and making simple, healthy meals and snacks for the children.

Schedules

Part-time nannies generally work between 20-25 hours per week. Schedules vary depending on the families needs but often include working either mornings or afternoons, assisting the family a couple full days per week, working weekends, or providing after-school care. Due to the nature of part-time work, your caregiver is likely fitting her work schedule around other jobs or classes. It is important that you have a pre-determined set schedule as flexibility with part-time nannies is limited.  

Rates

We will work closely with you to develop a competitive compensation package based upon your family’s needs. Rates for part-time nannies vary greatly depending on the nanny’s experience, the position duties, preferred schedule, and the level of travel and flexibility required in the role. Current rates for part-time nannies are between $30-$40 per hour. In addition to their wages most part-time nannies receive the following benefits: paid vacation and paid holidays/sick days. 

Westside Nannies represents professional nannies who are experienced, trained, reliable, and proactive. We require our candidates to have at least 3 years of of professional childcare experience along with impeccable references.

Due-dilligence is at the heart of our placement process and safety is our #1 priority. Our trained recruiters are experts at digging into a candidate’s background and thoroughly analyzing their work history and references. We look for top-notch candidates who leave an overwhelmingly positive and lasting impression.

In our industry, experience and education can be represented in many different forms; from formal degrees to 30+ years of experience. We represent nannies who simply have a passion for working with children, and many have proven their desire to work in childcare through their academics.

For our nannies, childcare isn’t just a “job” – it’s a labor of love. Most of our candidates began their careers as neighborhood babysitters and camp counselors in high-school, pre-school teachers or part-time nannies in college, and are now professional nannies. Our nannies love their jobs, and we think that’s pretty cool.

Whether it’s texting you a picture of your little one at the park or setting up a Skype session to say goodnight to your child when you are out of town, Westside Nannies candidates are forward-thinking, aware, and tech savvy.

We believe that a nanny’s moral and ethical character is just as important as what’s on her resume. Nannies are more than just caregivers – they are mentors and role models, and a direct reflection of your family’s values. We place an emphasis on recruiting candidates who display character traits such as loyalty, dependability, honesty, and respect. 

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“The professionalism that has been demonstrated by your agency is remarkable. I have worked with top names in every industry and was blown away by the service – I never knew finding a nanny could be treated like the purchase of a luxury product. Kudos to you, WN”

Richard L.

“When  my maternity leave ended and I was about to leave my first baby at home with a nanny, I was honestly petrified. You made this such a safe, easy process and for that, I am forever grateful.”

Lauren R.

“Thank you for placing Stephanie with us! She has been absolutely amazing and I don’t know how we ever managed without her. The girls love her and not a day goes by without Stephanie planning a fun art project or an exciting outing. She also jumps in to help me with dinner and organizing – a true gem. We’re referring everyone to you! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!”

Heidi

“I couldn’t be more pleased with the service that Westside Nannies provides. From their prompt initial response to working with their staff to find the ideal nanny for our 2-year-old son…it was all such a pleasure! When Brooke walked in, my son, who normally doesn’t get excited about mama leaving, couldn’t stop saying “bye mom, bye dad” and waving at us. She even put him to sleep the first day and I honestly didn’t think that could happen – simply amazing! I recommend Westside Nannies to everyone with kids!”

Jesse DeSanti

“Westside Nannies has some of the most professional and highly qualified nannies I have ever seen. They are organized. sensitive to employers and a joy to work with! I refer to them all the time and use thir services myself.”

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RESPONSIBLE, TEAM-PLAYER NANNIES BRING OUT THE BEST IN YOUR FAMILY.

Educated Nannies is an award-winning nationwide nanny agency matching your incredible family to elite nannies. Our agency applies a personalized screening process to pair you with a skilled nanny who fits in with your lifestyle and checks every box on your list. We know your family deserves it!

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RESPONSIBLE, TEAM-PLAYER NANNIES BRING OUT THE BEST IN YOUR FAMILY.

Educated Nannies is an award-winning nationwide nanny agency matching your incredible family to elite nannies. Our agency applies a personalized screening process to pair you with a skilled nanny who fits in with your lifestyle and checks every box on your list. We know your family deserves it!

We believe in LIGHT:
LEARNING. INTEGRITY. GRATITUDE. HUMOR. TRUST.
Your children come first, always. Get to know our values.

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TO EDUCATED NANNIES

We Set You Up For Success.

Our selectively recruited and highly sought after nannies support you in your unique childcare mission, delight your amazing kids, and bring an extra something special to the table. Serving families nationwide, we offer newborn specialists, private educators, potty training experts, live-in permanent nannies, and beyond — our agency’s education-focused childcare providers assist you in giving your children the best possible start. We don’t send resumes to see what sticks; we apply a personal touch in finding the right nanny for YOU.

Educated Nannies is founded by a passionate mother, Ryan Jordan, who fiercely loves her two young children and *completely* gets it!

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We’re proud to have earned the trust of our community. We’re licensed, bonded, insured, award-winning, featured, and ready to service you!

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PRIVATE EDUCATORS

Through homeschooling, homework help, tutoring, and more, education-focused nannies keep your kids intellectually engaged in a fun way! Our agency’s tutors and private educators teach and care for your children.
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Our agency’s outstanding, discreet nannies help you raise strong, smart, independent kids who go after their dreams. Live in, live out, part time, full time, and travel nannies available in Los Angeles, CA!
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NEWBORN CARE SPECIALISTS

Cheers to happy babies and rested parents! Whether you’re a first time parent or a seasoned expert, our agency’s trusted specialists identify and provide care solutions for your precious baby.
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You have a million things to do — let us give you back your time by taking things off your plate. From calendar management to packing for trips and beyond, we have got you covered.
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“When I was pregnant one of my constant worries was about making the right choice on childcare. From my first conversation with Ryan Jordan, I knew I was speaking with an expert: she was strong, confident, positive and warm (a powerful combo!) We wanted a professional with a sense of humor, a positive attitude and knowledge of early childhood development. After a home visit, Ryan sent us three amazing candidates who fit the bill, and we hired the first one!! We got everything we wanted and frankly, so much more!

I go to work each week knowing we have someone who is not only taking care of our daughter’s basic needs but also teaching her — with love — and helping her grow into a pretty amazing kid. Parents, Kiddo and Nanny…we are team, a unit, a family. Thank you Educated Nannies for bringing us all together!”

— Ellen C.
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A.?

Why Mannies of L.A.?
Why Mannies of L.A.?

Mannies of L.A. 

is a male nanny (manny) agency in Los Angeles – We provide families with positive male role models. Whether you’re looking for a manny to do homework, play sports, teach a skill, play an instrument, or be a big brother, we have it all. Our mannies are professional, educated, and responsible.  

What is a Manny?
Why Mannies of L.A.?
Why Mannies of L.A.?

A manny is a male role model.
The  male role model is a crucial figure in the development of your child’s life. Mannies provide a consistent positive male influence and a strong emotional bond with your child. We offer the best team of professional and educated male nannies to fit your child’s needs.

Who are the Mannies?
Why Mannies of L.A.?
Who are the Mannies?

Mannies are passionate

 men who are dedicated to enriching young lives with their vast experiences. Our mannies have a wide range of skills as teachers, athletes, behavioral therapists, musicians, artists, and entertainers. Mannies of L.A, knows how important it is for children to have a strong and positive influence in their lives.

“Thank you Mannies of LA for helping us find someone during this crazy time. There’s a lot of things happening and Mannies of LA helped make the process run so smoothly. Not only that, we received great candidates. We only wish we could hire them all!”

Welcome to Mannies of L.A. – A professional manny (male nanny) and nanny agency in Los Angeles

We know well that having a male role model is a crucial factor in the development of children. Since 2014, we have provided families that alternative to the traditional nanny by placing a positive male role model, manny, in their homes. Our mannies provide a consistent positive male influence and a strong emotional bond with children. We offer the best team of professional and educational mannies to fit your child’s needs. Our male nannies have a wide range of skills as teachers, athletes, behavioral therapists, musicians, artists, and entertainers. We know how important it is for children to have a strong and positive influence in their lives.

While we primarily place mannies with families, we also have the option to place nannies with families. Our nannies are just as qualified as their male counterparts.

We have high standards for both our male and female nannies. Each go through an extensive process before being accepted into the agency. Our values and high commitment to providing the best possible male and female nannies for our families has made us one of the best nanny agencies in Los Angeles

  

Why Hire Mannies of L.A to Help you find Males Nannies/Female Nannies in Los Angeles? 

Mannies of L.A. is the best male nanny (manny) and nanny agency in LA offering you nannies and mannies who have diverse backgrounds in childcare but with one thing in common, a love and understanding of children. We are the most recognized and trusted name for manny and nanny services in Los Angeles.

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Smart Sitting is a selective nanny agency in LA and beyond that helps you reach your goals and make a real difference.

Smart Sitting is redefining professional childcare — because we believe that elevating the entire profession means everyone wins.

You bring a passion for providing children with a loving, empowering, and exciting childhood. We can build that energy into a career that will support you. Through careful searches and thoughtful connections, we help families and local nannies find each other, with ongoing training and support to ensure your job satisfaction.

We believe that connecting stellar nannies with their ideal L.A. jobs and encouraging professional expectations in each hire will lead to a happier, stronger working relationship.

After years in the business, we at Smart Sitting have streamlined a safe, supportive hiring process to help you find a fulfilling and rewarding nanny job. As former nannies and babysitters ourselves, we understand the value in having someone on your side who can help you navigate job requirements, employment technicalities, and the unexpected situations that inevitably pop up in any family-nanny relationship.

That’s why we not only connect you with families and nanny jobs, we help negotiate your rates and benefits, promote recognition for the profession at large, and continue to support you in our network. All without ever taking a cut out of your pay.

You’re creating an ambitious and fulfilling life for yourself in Los Angeles. Let Smart Sitting help you build that life with a rewarding job as an invaluable member of a family’s team – and of ours.

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We value your unique skills and personality, and we know how to build a working relationship with a family based on mutual respect and appreciation.

“I have sincerely never worked with a more professional, articulate, caring & savvy group of individuals. I have felt welcomed, acknowledged, heard, and respected. Smart Sitting is an undeniably trustworthy company and an ultimate asset for so many families. If you are a babysitter, caregiver, or family looking for an environment that will put your needs first, will extinguish their resources and go above and beyond expectations to fulfill them. .. Smart Sitting is the place for you.”

— SmartSitter Jonathan C.

Become a SmartSitter

Smart Sitting is proud to represent the best of the best. Everyone in our community has been thoroughly screened and personally interviewed – only 6% of our applicants are selected. Our hiring process invites loving, trustworthy, and skilled candidates from all backgrounds, as Smart Sitting values diversity and inclusivity within our network . Please take your time applying and be as thorough as possible. We also conduct thorough interviews with our families, to ensure our nannies are connected with families that embrace their individuality and skill set.

Become a SmartSitter

Step 1 | Application

Get to know how we work and fill out our online application so we can get to know you in return. We consider candidates on the following criteria:

  • Experience and educational background

  • Passion for working with children

  • Communication skills

  • Problem solving skills

  • Emotional intelligence

  • Reliability and punctuality

Step 2 | Interview

Those few candidates with exceptional applications are contacted to set up an interview with a Recruitment Specialist. Walk through childcare experience, discuss and evaluate core values, and discuss your ideal job expectations and current open positions with a job expert.

Step 3 | References

After a successful interview, we reach out to at least three childcare-related references. Transcripts of these conversations are kept on file for families to review. Only candidates with stellar references move forward in our process – and Smart Sitters love that these transcripts mean they no longer have to inconvenience their references when interviewing for new positions.

Step 4 | Background Check

All candidates undergo a National Criminal Background Check, Social Security Verification, Sex Offender check, and extensive Manual County checks which we keep on file for families to review. Our background check policies are modeled after best practices for the childcare industry.

Step 5 | Onboarding

Throughout the screening process, each candidate’s written and verbal communication are assessed. We require SmartSitters to respond to emails and text messages within 24 hours. Once in the network, you are invited to set up a profile while we help you finalize the process so you are ready to find your nanny job.

Step 6 | Position Matching and Community

After successfully completing all other steps, Smart Sitting Family Specialists get to know each nanny and babysitter one-on-one and personally work together to handpick positions that are best suited for your skills, experience, and availability, to ensure positive and successful connections for both sides. Once in our network, SmartSitters stay at the top of their game through ongoing training, group events, and mentorship, while we continue to support you in your professional journey.

Smart Sitting helps childcare professionals in LA find great families and grow their careers with confidence.

What is the going rate for nannies in Los Angeles?

The average hourly rate for a nanny in Los Angeles is $22. 50/hour. Nannies in L.A. typically earn higher rates than in other parts of the country outside of the metropolitan areas, and rates depend on the requirements of the position and the experience of the caregiver. Rates for long-term Smart Sitting nanny positions in L.A. are $30-35/hr, and we negotiate on your behalf for additional benefits and perks as part of a long-term position. This includes paid time off and can also include health insurance contributions.

How do I find a nanny job in Los Angeles?

You might have some luck finding a full-time nanny job or part-time babysitting job on an online listing service for LA area jobs. However, be careful when communicating with and interviewing for jobs when you do not know the family. Working with a nanny agency helps ensure your safety and gives you somewhere to turn with questions about your job offer or anything that comes up after the hire.

What kind of long-term childcare work can I do in Los Angeles?

A long-term, childcare job where you truly can let your personal skills, know-how, and love for children shine is as a nanny or babysitter with a family. In this line of work you get to help shape the children you work with, encourage and bring out the best in them, all while helping a busy family manage their everyday life. Other kinds of childcare work include working at daycare centers, after-school programs, or camps with groups of children.

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Your Nanny, FLP | Kyiv, UA

in California City 123 km, full time

VACANCY: Nanny in USA
Work for half a year
Schedule 5 days a week, 2 days off
Very wealthy family
Living with an employer
The family provides food
Family travel
Place of work: USA
Salary: $3000 per…

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July 5, 2022

Home Staff, s.r.o. | Prague, CZ

in California City 123 km, full time, work experience from 1 year and above

Urgent! We invite you to work in the family NANNY.
California, USA
RFP: $3,000. The family pays for the travel expenses.
Two children: 3 and 5 years old.
Rotational method of work 3/3 months; 6/1.
EU citizenship + visa (we help).
It is important that the nanny be experienced and…

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June 29, 2022

Mira, Corporation | Kyiv, UA

in San Diego 179 km, full time, work experience from 1 year and above

Russian-speaking family is looking for a nanny and housekeeper all rolled into one. Three children 5 and 6 years old boys and a girl 2 years old. Main responsibilities: cleaning a 2-storey house, cooking, collecting children for school and garden. Requirements for a woman: age…

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July 1, 2022

Your Nanny, FLP | Kyiv, UA

in Michigan City, full time

VACANCY: Nanny – Educator in the USA, Michigan
Schedule 5 days a week, 2 days off
Very wealthy family
Living with an employer
The family provides food
Family travel
Salary: $3500 per…

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11 days ago

Zolotova Lika, FLP | Zaporozhye, UA

in California, full time

Two children: 3 and 5 years old.
Shift work: 3/3 months.
Working hours: 6/1.
It is important that the nanny is experienced and knows how to handle two young children. How to overcome conflicts between children. Understood…

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26 days ago

Yatskovskaya MK, FOP | Melitopol, UA

in California, full time

We are applying for a job up to a Nanny. California, USA. RFP: 3000 dollars. Witrati on the road sіm’ya pay. Two children: 3 and 5 years. Rotational work method: 3/3 months; 6/1. Gromadyanstvo EU + visa. It is important that the nanny was informed and knew that …

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August 12, 2022

Your Nanny, FLP | Kyiv, UA

in Chicago, full time

VACANCY: Nanny in USA, Chicago
Work for half a year
Schedule 5 days a week, 2 days off
Very wealthy family
Living with an employer
The family provides food
Family travel
Salary: $3500 per…

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August 11, 2022

Your Nanny, FLP | Kyiv, UA

in Chicago, part-time

VACANCY: Nanny in the USA
Schedule 2/2 with a second nanny
Place of work: USA
Homestay work
The family provides food
Family travel
Salary: from 1800 dollars per month
Responsibilities:
– Caring for a 1 year old
-Organization…

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August 5, 2022

Your Nanny FLP | Kyiv, UA

in Atlanta, full time

VACANCY: Nanny in Atlanta, USA
Schedule 5 days a week, 2 days off
Living with an employer
The family provides food
Family travel
Salary: $3500 per month
Responsibilities:
– Caring for a 2 year old child,
-Organization. ..

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July 29, 2022

Family Service Agency, ChP | Kyiv, UA

in Washington, full time, work experience from 5 years and above, vocational secondary

Obov’yazkova nayavnist vіzi in the United States, auto rights. Obov’yazki: Take two children at the cages 1.6 years and 5 years. Drive by car to the nursery until the 8th wound. For the duration of the day – often tidying up the booth, …

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July 9, 2022

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Mira, Corporation | Kyiv, UA

in Houston, full time, work experience from 1 year and above, vocational secondary

Need a nanny and housekeeper for a family with one child, girl 4 years old. The child is the priority! The girl needs to be collected in the morning for school, the parents themselves take and bring. She is at school until 15:00/15:30. Cooking for a girl, cleaning a nursery. ..

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July 1, 2022 Kyiv, UA

in New York, full time, work experience from 1 year and above, vocational secondary A 7-month-old baby needs professional round-the-clock care. Parents’ requirements – spoken Ukrainian and English.
Responsibilities: cooking and feeding,…

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May 26, 2022

Family Service Agency, ChP | Kyiv, UA

in Washington, full time, work experience from 1 year and above

Need a nanny with an open US visa for a child 1 year 4 months. Experience working with families preferred.
Responsibilities: caring for a 1.4-year-old child – hygiene, cooking for two children, feeding, walking, development. Help with an older child aged 8…

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May 26, 2022

Marushchak S.M., FLP | Nikolaev, UA

in Florida City, full time

Accommodation: Free
Need a nanny for a 1.4 year old girl. The family is Russian-speaking. Place of work – USA, Florida. Responsibilities – full care, development, organization of leisure, walks and everything related to the child. There is a housekeeper and a cook. Schedule – 5/2,…

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February 24, 2022

Simakova G.E., FOP | Kyiv, UA

in New York, full time, work experience from 2 years and above

Since mid-March.*The family lives in a house of 450 sq. m. 40 minutes from Manhattan (New York). 4 people (2 adults and two children) Children girls 3 years and a boy 2 months. The eldest goes to kindergarten, and the youngest is with a nanny all day. Get up in the morning…

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February 23, 2022

Home Staff, s.r.o. | Prague, CZ

in New York, full time, work experience from 1 year and above

With open visas to the USA.
RFP: from 3000 USD
Homestay work. Living and working conditions are good.
Detailed information on each specific vacancy can be…

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February 17, 2022

Aelita home staff agency… | Kyiv, UA

in Virginia Beach, full time, work experience from 1 year and above

Need a nanny to work with a child 2 years old
Working conditions: USA, 6/1, single room, payment for the flight by the family
Responsibilities: age development of the child
Requirements: US visa, experience with a similar age
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January 26, 2022

Aelita home staff agency. .. | Kyiv, UA

in New York, full time, work experience from 1 year and above

Conditions : 5/2, separate accommodation, flight payment
Requirements: US visa, experience with similar duties
Responsibilities: helping with the housework, getting the child to school (1 child), helping with cooking (mother cooks),…

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January 26, 2022

Evtushenko L.V., FOP | Mykolaiv, UA

in Boston, part time, work experience from 2 years and above

Nanny required for a Russian-speaking family for a newborn, woman with work experience. Knowledge of the language is not necessary, housing and meals are free.
Salary 400 per week, part-time jobs with additional pay are possible ( housework )

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December 17, 2021

Simakova G.E., FLP | Kyiv, UA

in Miami, full time, work experience from 1 year and above, higher education

Nanny needed for 1.5 year old girl. The child is completely in the nanny (care, walks). If necessary, help with older children aged 9 and 6 (to look after, feed, put to bed). There is a grandmother who cooks. There is a housekeeper (cleans, washes,…

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The kids need you! Whatever the qualifications of a nanny, there are duties that each of them must be able to perform:

  1. Childcare (hygiene, feeding, walking, sleeping).
  2. Cooking (fresh every day).
  3. Caring for the child’s wardrobe (washing, ironing, repairing clothes).
  4. Organization of recreation (games, walks, reading books).
  5. Cleaning the room, clean toys.

The younger the child, the higher the hygiene requirements. For a baby, care is the basis of health, and health is trusted by doctors, isn’t it?

Big kids need a nanny who is familiar with the methods and knows how to teach. A good educator knows many diverse games: intellectual, mobile, entertaining. Such a nanny organizes useful leisure time, sometimes even prepares for school.

A governess is a teacher who will help you complete your homework and improve your child in primary school subjects. A governess can study music, singing, drawing, foreign languages, dancing with a child.

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Professional governess for a boy

£4000 per month

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Professional Governess for a 5 year old boy.
The family lives in Monaco, New York, London, Moscow
Lots of trips.
Position on a rotational basis.
Pay £1000+ per week

Requirements:
Mandatory pedagogical education and experience working with children …

09/17/2022

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I am looking for a nanny for a boy

1600$ per month

US

I am looking for a nanny for a boy who is now 3 years old.

The boy is very cheerful, with a good character.

We are looking for someone part time right now (working hours are flexible as per your convenience) but we need the nanny to be able to start working full time (from Mon…

09/15/2022

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Looking for a Nanny with live in Boston USA

2200$ per month

US

I am looking for a Russian-speaking, kind and organized nanny with accommodation. Long term (6 months or more).

Good conditions, private room and bathroom. Good food. Respectful and friendly attitude in a calm and intelligent family….

09/14/2022

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Looking for Nanny/au pair

$2400 per month

US

A friendly family on Staten Island is looking for a live-in nanny/au pair.

Correct Russian is required.

All children are busy at school/kindergarten during the day.

6 working days a week.

Driver’s license welcome…

10. 09.2022

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Looking for a Live in Nanny

2000$ per month

US

Looking for a live in nanny to a newborn baby girl.

The nanny must be Russian speaking and no younger than 30 years of age.

The nanny must have prior experience with newborn children.

Her responsibilities will include taking care of the n…

09/07/2022

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Looking for a nanny for two children in the US state of Tennessee

1400$ per month

US

Live-in babysitting job for a minimum of a year.
Tennessee, a very beautiful place, in the middle of the forest, purest nature, mountain stream, artesian water, deer come to the site, an hour drive from the city.
Free accommodation in a separate house on our…

06.09.2022

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Live-in Nanny USA Boca Raton Florida

3500$ per month

US

Vacancy: nanny for a child 2 years old (girl)
Area of ​​work: Boca Raton, Florida (with accommodation).
Working hours: 6/1b from 8 to 6:30
Working term: from half a year. It is desirable to cooperate for a long time. Beginning of work beginning of May.
Payment: by agreement…

08/29/2022

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Looking for Nanny and Housekeeper Boston

$15 per hour

US

We are looking for a friendly, hardworking nanny and housekeeper for my wife. Ability to cook in the kitchen, help with laundry and light housekeeping. Position any days during the week from 10-25 hours. Payment depending on experience and quality of work ($12-15 / hour).

08/06/2022

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Nanny with accommodation

$1400 per month

USA

Live-in babysitting job for a minimum of 1-2 years.

With Canadian Work Permit payment by check $1.400/m. Without Canadian work permit $900/m.

Including free accommodation and meals.

Responsibilities:
Children, kitchen and home. Details discussed…

07/30/2022

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Looking for babysitter

We are looking for an energetic, friendly, caring live-in nanny for a 3 year old girl.

We are in Newton, MA working days from Monday to Friday. We are looking for someone with experience with children.

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06/09/2022

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Family looking for New Jersey babysitter

$100 per day

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The family is looking for a nanny for a 6 year old girl.

Accommodation work.

Z. fee $100 per day.

You can work 5 or 6 days a week.

05/19/2022

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Looking for a nanny in USA Los Angeles

$3500 per month

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Looking for a nanny in the USA (Los Angeles)
Working hours 6/1.

Work with accommodation
Willingness to work for at least 1 year
Two children: 6 years old and infancy
Responsibilities standard: care, supervision, cooking, cleaning, helping with the lesson
3500 dollars…

05/14/2022

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Babysitting positions identified

A babysitter is often someone who looks after children for their parents or guardians while they are away.

The most basic job description of a nanny, often referred to as a “nanny”, is to look after children of all ages who require supervision as needed.

Nanny job listing

Below are lists of available babysitting jobs.

1. Melody V.

Position

Employment Daily nanny for baby

Type of work

Employment

City

9000 We are a family of 4: mom, dad, grandma and an 18 month old baby. Mom and Dad Work from home, while grandma is the main caretaker on weekdays.

We are looking for a nanny who will come for 2-3 hours every weekday afternoon so that grandma can have some rest. The kid is cute, happy, funny and curious.

We are looking for someone who will engage our little one in fun sensory play, reading, outdoor exercise, arts and crafts and other imaginative play.

You may need help preparing meals and keeping the children’s area clean and tidy.

Requirements

Babysitter has own car

duties

Prepare snacks/meals

Easy cleaning

Wage 9000 9 months

One weekday per week

Type of work

Part time

City

Los Angeles, California

Job Description

1. Need a reliable, loving nanny.

2. We have a medium sized dog.

3. Husband works at home.

4. Easy housework to keep the kitchen cleanliness

Requirements

Comfortable with pets

Salary

$ 20. 00 – $ 25.00 per hour

Apply here

3. Fernando S.

Position

Reserve nanny City

Playa Vista, CA

Job Description

Hello! We are looking for a fully vaccinated nanny to help with our 2.6 year old son this Thursday from 2.6pm to 6pm.

Thank you, Alyn and Fernando.

Wages

$20.00 – $25.00 per hour

Apply here

4. WeeCare, Inc.

Position

Family nanny

Type of work

Full-time training

Employment

City employment). jobs available) for families nearby.

Salary

$10 – $33 per hour

Apply here

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5. Nanny Inc.

Position

Part-time nanny / nanny

Job type

Part-time Contract

City

Babysitters Inc. in Fayetteville, NC 28303.

Job Description

1. We are looking for a part time nanny who can work Monday through Friday from 8:12 AM to 12 PM.

2. You must count for 1 year.

3. Must have newborn experience

4. We are looking for a goal-oriented, energetic, sociable person who shows initiative without waiting for instructions.

qualification

1. should be 18+ years

2. graduate of secondary school

3. The ability to check biographical data

4. 9000 First aid or CPR training

6. 6 months or more childcare experience

7. COVID-19 vaccinated

8. Bilingual

Salary

$13 – $16 per hour

Apply here

6. Supervisor. com

Position

We are looking for a nanny for a fun, flexible, part-time job!

Job Type

Full Time, Part Time

City

Los Angeles, California

Job Description

Curatedcare.com connects bright, energetic “Baby Experts” with families for childcare activities such as one-time and recurring requests for babysitting and homeschooling, full-time temporary gigs (summer/winter travel ) and everything in between.

Part-time, full-time, your choice, because YOU make your own schedule!

Qualification

1. Bachelor (desirable)

2. nanny: 2 years (preferably)

3. The availability of CPR certificate (preferably)

4. Permission to work in the United States (preferably)

Salary 9000

– $ 27 – $ 27 At

, apply

7. LLC I needle VALILE SITters

Position

Nanny to call

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Contract

City

Vail, CO

Job Description

Eagle Valley Sitters is hiring on-call nannies for luxury hotels and private residences in Beeker.

1. The ideal candidate must have a minimum of 2 years of professional childcare experience, a CPR certification or a willingness to be certified in employment, no criminal history, and a genuine interest in working with children.

2. Job responsibilities include providing a safe and warm environment for children aged 4 months to 12 years.

3. Developing fun, age-appropriate activities for children, changing diapers, preparing meals for children and managing their sleep patterns.

Qualification

1. US work permit (required)

2. High school or equivalent (desirable)

3. Nanny: 2 years (preferably)

4. Certificate CPR (preferably)

wage

$ 22-$ 30 per hour

apply

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Position

Nanny Avatuka West

Type of work

Full time, Partly working day

City

4836 E Chandler Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85048

Job Description

Our club’s job is to greet, greet, and check in LA Fitness members and guests.

1. Provide excellent customer service and update member account information using various computer applications.

2. Must be assertive, enthusiastic and punctual.

3. Sales experience is great, but if you have a desire to learn, we will teach you and give you the tools to succeed.

Salary

$12.80 per hour

Apply here

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9. Great Meanjewel Inc.

Position

Weekend nanny needed

Type of work

Part time

Temporary

City

Lithia, FL

Job Description

1. Saturday and Sunday Nanny

2. Experience required.

3. Send me your name, age and work experience.

929-261-6188

Salary

$14 – $15 per hour

Apply here

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Position

Coming nanny

Type of work

City

PLAZANT-WALILI Streets, 116,

Methewn 01844 9000 9000 9 Description of Vakasnia 9 Description allows our members to focus on their fitness goals while providing safe and effective childcare.

2. Nanny will build positive relationships with parents and children in their care.

3. They will keep the children’s room tidy and create a safe, fun and creative environment.

Qualification

1. Infant, Pediatric and Adult AED/CPR certified.

2. High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

3. Childcare experience preferred.

4. Customer experience preferred.

5. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

6. Attention to detail and precision, flexibility, adaptability.

7. Professional demeanor and ability to calmly defuse an emotional situation.

8. Strong interpersonal skills and common sense.

Salary

Depends

Apply here

11. Staff Crimmins Residential

Position0004 Domskoebarie/cook/nanny with accommodation (LHCB-R-ROCT-11)

Type of work

Full training

City

Rowayton, Connecticut

Description of Vakasnia

9000 full time babysitter in Rowayton, Connecticut.

1. The candidate must be flexible in his schedule, active, attentive to details and ready to take on various responsibilities.

2. The candidate must have a positive attitude and be able to work with impulsive decisions.

3. Must be able to work in a team (home attendant/driver), communicate effectively, know cleaning techniques, cook well, be organized and enjoy working with children at home.

qualification

1. Experience of 2 years in highly organized and thought out to the smallest details of the house

2. Comfortable with energetic owners, adults and children visiting some weekends

3. for children up to 7-8 years old

4. The ability to work well in the team

5. Says English well

6. Excellent links

7. Actual Driving Rights and Pure Driving Record

8. Covid Vaccination Proof

Salary

$70,000-$80,000/year

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12. Gumtree 0003

2. A fun and energetic personality is essential as they expect you to engage your child in activities that encourage and support them to achieve life milestones.

3. Infant experience is vital and it is important to be a team player as you will be working alongside a small team including a weekday nanny and a maternity nurse.

4. Typical office hours are 8am to 6pm Saturdays and Sundays, but being able to cover or help out during the week is a bonus.

Requirements

1. Support for the mode of the Child Day

2. Organization of interesting events of the house and beyond

3. Good Parenting and Behavior

5. Proxy Parenting When Principals Are Traveling

Qualifications

Professional CV, proper references, current DBS and pediatric first aid certification required.

Salary

Depends

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1. Capital district YMCA

Position

nanny – several places

Type of work

Employment

City 9000

Greenbush, New York

Job Description

babysitter, you will interact with children in the babysitter’s room, ensuring their safety and well-being.

Requirements

1. Must be 16 years old.

2. Prevention of child abuse for executive personnel and bloodborne pathogens must be completed within 30 days of employment.

3. Ability to communicate effectively with diverse groups of people from all social and economic walks of life.

qualification

1. Jewish Community Center

Position

Sunday morning childcare

Type of work

Part-time

City

1125 College Avenue.
Columbus, Ohio 43209

Job Description

Looking to make some extra money on the weekend? We have a job for you! The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus invites you to Sunday morning!

We need a nanny to look after our adorable kids on Sunday mornings from about 7:45 am to noon.

If you want to get into childcare, this will be a great experience along the way! Join the JCC support team!

Qualifications

1. Education – Minimum Required/Preferred: High School Diploma / GED

2. Work Experience – Minimum Required/Preferred: Experience working with infants/younger children under school age. Experience in customer service.

3. Special skills: CPR/AED/First Aid Certification welcome; should be enjoyed by children; must be responsible and reliable, with developed communication and organizational skills; able to regularly lift 30 pounds.

4. Activity: Opportunity to take part in outdoor and indoor activities.

5. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age.

Wage

$15 an hour

Apply here

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    Key features:

    1. Keep an eye on children, putting their safety first, always following the risk management policy.

    2. Participate and encourage all students to participate in daily activities and activities.

    3. Responsible for maintaining all facilities, equipment, and supplies.

    4. Prepare and save the necessary materials.

    5. Thus, other duties and responsibilities are assigned to the manager.

    Qualifications

    1. Minimum age 16

    2. Pass a background and drug test.

    3. First Aid/CPR/AED within one month of hire.

    4. Weekend and night availability.

    5. Must be patient and understanding.

    6. Must be able to receive, understand and follow detailed instructions.

    7. Must be able to work under pressure in a somewhat destructive environment.

    8. Permission to work in the United States (required)

    9. Nanny: 1 year (preferably)

    10 Certificate CPR (preferably)

    Salary 9000,

    ,

    $ 10 – $ 12 V of hour

    Apply here

    You enjoy interacting with community members and are able to communicate positively and effectively, including positively referral to children.

    You are a creative person and can involve children in activities that arouse interest and hold their attention. In addition, you are empathetic and compassionate, supporting all the unique needs of our members.

    Qualification

    1. Must be at least 16 years old

    2. Experience working with youth or children preferred

    3. Shifts available: Mon 8-11:30 / Mon-Thu 3-6:30 / Sat 8-11:30

    Salary

    14.25 dollars per hour

    Apply here

    5. Basinal harbor

    Position

    Nanny for pets

    003

    4800 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes, VT 05491

    Job Description

    Babysitters and pet sitters are not employees of Basin Harbor, however they are expected to follow all guidelines and procedures for Basin Harbor employees.

    Basin Harbor interviews nannies and gathers references to make sure these nannies are incompetent.

    Once all paperwork is in order, the babysitters will be listed and the concierge will contact them when their services are required.

    Qualification

    1. Must be at least 16 years old.

    2. Must have previous babysitting or pet care experience (recent references required)

    3. Must be available to provide accurate weekly availability via email.

    4. CPR and First Aid Certification welcome for babysitting

    5. Ability to read and understand simple instructions, short correspondence, and notes in English in written, oral, or diagrammatic form.

    6. Ability to write simple correspondence and present information effectively in English in one-on-one situations in person and over the telephone.

    Wage

    Eastern Standard Time. 26.6 to 33.6 thousand dollars per year

    Apply here

    6. City of Thornton

    Job Title

    Nanny – Carpenter & Trail Winds03 Recreation Centers 9004

  • 569 Type of work

    Partial employment, temporary

    city

    13495 Holly Street, Thornton, Colorado 80602

    Description of Vakasnia

    1. The main functions, as defined in the Law on Americans-Accavids, may include the following following functions tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics.

    2. The list of tasks is illustrative ONLY and is not an exhaustive list of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this grade.

    3. Interacts with children and parents in a positive and friendly manner.

    4. Involve children in games and other group activities.

    5. Ensures compliance with all possible security measures.

    6. Communicates and enforces institution policies and procedures.

    7. Responds to emergencies as needed and maintains accurate accident and incident reports.

    8. Provides excellent customer service, including communicating with members and/or parents to answer questions and resolve problems.

    9. Report any concerns and/or problems to the supervisor or senior staff.

    10. Complies with city and departmental rules and regulations, policies and procedures.

    11. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Qualification

    1. Six months of babysitting experience required.

    2. Must be at least 16 years old.

    3. Equivalent combinations of education and experience can be considered.

    4. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification or the ability to obtain within 30 days of hire.

    Wage

    $ 15.00 – $ 16.74 per hour

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    1. How many rich residents of Manhattan pay their nurses?

    A nanny in Manhattan, NY pays an average of $33,131 per year.


    2. Is $5 an hour an acceptable fee for childcare?

    It all depends on your situation and where you live.

    However, the answer is no because it is less than the minimum wage, which is unacceptable if they are not family members. Babysitting costs an average of $12 an hour.


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    Find and apply for the latest weekend babysitting jobs. Verified Employers. The salary is competitive.

    Currentschoolnews.com has full-time, part-time and temporary positions.


    4. Why are there more women than men among nannies?

    Of course, there are good reasons to hire female nannies.

    Women often have more experience in this field than men because they are in higher demand.

    The first possible explanation is that parents trust the girl to take care of their children more than the boy.

    The second argument is that since babysitting is considered a women’s job, boys are reluctant to do it, and there are few women football players.


    5. Have you ever hired a nanny and regretted it?

    Without the need for in-depth evaluation, a mother may miss red signals and regret hiring someone to look after her children.

    Parents may have different experiences of regretting having children and not having time to take care of them.

    Everyone is unique and people regret hiring a nanny for a variety of reasons. Parents may wish they had the same amount of time, money or opportunity before starting a family.

    I believe that with the help of this article it will not be difficult to find a babysitting job.

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    An affair with a nanny: How strong Hollywood marriages fell apart | StarHit.

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    Ben Affleck is not the first Hollywood star to have an affair with her children’s nanny. But his story promises to be the most scandalous of all.

    The happy marriage of one of the most beautiful Hollywood couples lasted 10 years

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    Ben followed his wife, Jennifer Garner, and children through the Atlanta fair, waiting for her to get tired of digging through August’s agricultural gifts. The family temporarily moved to the capital of the state of Georgia – both Ben and Jen began filming there. The couple were not happy with such a coincidence, but tried not to injure their two daughters and son with manifestations of a family conflict. They continued to wear rings, although every evening, after putting the children to bed, Jen left her husband to spend the night in a hotel. Noticing the paparazzi, Ben managed a smile. Photographers have not given them a pass for several months. Jen had told her husband to keep his face simple, and Ben was in no position to argue. Much depended on whether Jen would agree in the event of a trial to confirm that his relationship with former nanny Kristin Uzunyan did not go beyond flirting. He did not believe that during a divorce, his wife would decide to take his children away from him, but just in case, he tried to please her in everything. And in the evenings, he had to talk on the phone with Christine, who remained in Los Angeles, in order to persuade her not to wash dirty linen in public …

    Bahama Adventure

    Christine showed up at Affleck and Garner’s house this spring. Relations between the spouses by that time had reached the stage of “trial separation”. Ben even moved out, though not far away – to a guest house. Until June, Jennifer had no complaints about the new nanny. But in June, when Garner left for the shoot, disturbing rumors began to reach her. “She was reported that Ben and Chris are spending more and more time together without children,” friends of the actress say. Ben and Jen were going to fly to the Bahamas with their children on June 20, accompanied by two nannies. But everything didn’t go according to plan. Jen had to take care of her sick mother, and she reached the resort only five days later. She immediately noticed that Christine was in an “overly emotional” frame of mind. The nanny explained this by parting with her fiancé, but Jennifer decided that in this state, Christine should stay away from her children, and asked her to leave. Ben, who was flying to Las Vegas for a poker tournament, offered to give Christine a ride in a private jet. You can imagine Jen’s fury when she found out that the nanny followed her husband to Vegas and spent three days with him! Returning from the islands, she fired the nanny, asked her husband to vacate the guest house and filed for divorce.

    Affleck does not spare money for gifts for the nanny – Christine drives a Lexus Convertible for $ 43,000

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    If you love – keep quiet

    Ben moved to the Bel Air Hotel, where on July 17 he was caught with Christine. According to Chris’s acquaintances, this is not the first time she secretly met with Ben: “She is head over heels in love with him and believes that he will marry her as soon as he divorces Jen.” Ben provided Kristin with a large sum of money. A hotel room costs $1,500 per night. Bills from the restaurant and spa run $300 a day. Ben denies paying for luxuries, but how else can an unemployed nanny afford such a lifestyle? The trouble is that these measures are temporary. The magazines have already flooded Christine with offers. She still refuses to share the intimate details of the relationship with Ben, but she is happy to pose in a bikini. Apparently, she will speak when she realizes that the father of three children does not feel any love for her. Moreover, Kristin threatened to sue Jennifer Garner for unjustified dismissal if Ben did not keep his “promises” given to her. And his plans to marry a nanny greedy for fame and money are definitely not included.

    THE SAME RAKE

    Now in Hollywood, the star’s affair with the nanny is called “Give Affleck. ” But this surname can be replaced by others

    The scandal between Robin Williams and his first wife led to a divorce

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    In 1988, model Valeria Velardi – the first wife of Robin Williams – filed for divorce after accusing her beloved husband of having a sexual relationship with their son’s nanny Marsha Garces. Apparently, this is exactly what the actor was striving for, because already in April of next year, the comedian played a gorgeous wedding with Marsha. The nanny was married to Williams for 21 years and bore him two children.

    Ethan tried to save his marriage to Uma Thurman, but to no avail

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    In 2003, Uma Thurman kicked ‘s husband Ethan Hawke out of the house when she found out about his feelings for nanny Ryan Shohuze. True, the actor himself claims that his relationship with Ryan began after she quit, and the marriage with Uma fell apart for reasons beyond her control. In 2008, Ethan married Ryan and is still happy with her.

    Jude and Sienna kept friendly relations

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    In 2005, Jude Law cheated on his fiancee Sienna Miller with the nanny of his children from his first marriage. He had the courage to confess his wrongdoing and publicly apologize for it. Nanny Daisy Wright quickly found a replacement, but Sienna never became the wife of one of Hollywood’s first handsome men.

    Divorce from her husband will cost Gwen Stefani a tidy sum

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    August 3, 2015 Gwen Stefani announced that she broke up with her husband Gavin Rossdale . The reason is his connection with the nanny, whom Gwen adored and spoiled like a little sister. The dismissed nanny left in disgrace back to the province, and Gavin, as a consolation, will receive a significant part of the fortune of his wife, who is twice as rich as him.

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4 week newborn fussy: 4 Week Old Baby – Newborn Baby Tracker

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4 week old baby development: Your baby’s feeding, sleeping, cognitive and physical development explained! | Baby

Your 4-week-old baby has been in your life for almost one month and by now, you’ve probably begun to notice your baby reaching development milestones already as you start to get the hang of this whole parenting business. If you still have a lot of questions, don’t worry – it’s completely normal – we’re here to tell you what you can expect from their week-by-week development when your baby is in their fourth week.

4-week-old baby physical development

By the four-week mark, your baby will start growing one inch per month and gaining 140-200 grams a week.

Their hearing is also fully developed after one month, which means they will begin to listen for the source of sounds and notice when you’re making loud noises around the room. With somewhat stronger neck muscles, they should start lifting their head briefly when they lie on their stomach and even turn it from side to side! You can encourage this with some tummy time.

Now they’re past the three-week-old baby mark, their vision should be improving, as is their ability to focus. However, it takes a lot of effort to do this, so they may look cross-eyed at some points. To help this, hold something in front of their face and move it from side to side slowly, they should start to try and follow it.

4-week-old cognitive development

By now, your baby is starting to notice all the new things going on around them- including their hands and feet. Since they don’t understand that they are a different person from you, they are unlikely to know exactly what their hands or feet are, but soon they will be able to coordinate a bit better.

As well as being able to recognise sounds they heard in the womb – including the theme tune to your favourite TV show- they may also be able to recognise familiar faces now. It’s a great idea to hold up a mirror in front of them to make funny faces, then they can even start to recognise themselves. Don’t be too upset if they don’t recognise you though, as their memory is still only just developing properly.

Continue having conversations with your baby and allowing them to focus on your face and watch your facial movements. They should start copying them and even reaching out to your face soon enough. Around 4 weeks, they start to get excited as they recognise you and your partner, or family members. Just from observing you and listening to your voices, this will make every difference in their social development. They show excitement through widening their eyes and making noises in response to your actions but you’ll have to wait a little while until their first baby smile.

4-week-old baby sleep

Your baby will be sleeping up to 18 hours a day for at least the first two months, of course, this will be throughout the day, not just when you want some shut-eye! You may be starting to feel the effects of new mum exhaustion at this point until baby starts sleeping through the night.

One great piece of advice is to perfect swaddling if you haven’t already, as it creates the womb feeling they were so used to before bursting into the world.

How much should a 4-week-old baby be eating?

You may be settling into a better sleeping schedule now, which means fewer interruptions for eating. However, nighttime eating is still quite frequent for one-month-olds, so soldier on with those sleepless nights.

For a guideline feeding amount, weigh your baby and then feed them about 150ml-200ml per kilo. Although don’t worry if your baby seems to be overeating, she knows how much she should or shouldn’t eat at this stage and will only eat when she wants to. Whether your baby is breastfed or formula-fed, follow your baby’s lead.

If you’re having trouble breastfeeding, it might be time to seek help and make sure there’s nothing else going on, so book an appointment with your GP and ask for some support as they will be able to advise on the best positions to try when breastfeeding.

How much should a 4-week-old baby be pooing?

Worried your baby isn’t regular enough? Don’t fret, as long as they’re going between one and ten times a day – plus wetting their nappy at least six times a day – they’re perfectly fine. You may want to check out a poo colour chart if you’re concerned that something isn’t quite right with what you’ve been finding inside their nappy to put your mind at ease.

4-week-old baby milestones

Finding their fingers and toes: Your baby is starting to realise they have some handy attachments – their hands and feet! Don’t worry if they still seem oblivious to them though, as each baby will develop at their own pace.

Let the cooing commence: Finally, a break from the crying, your baby will realise they can make some other noises too. That means the cutest cooing sounds are bound to begin while you chat away to your baby.

Vision: At 4 weeks, your baby might be able to see much more clearly. They may now be able to see up to 18 inches in front of them, so keep holding their head close to your face like normal. You can expect their sight to develop even further into their fifth week of baby development.

Tight fists: Your baby will hold their hands in tight fists. This can be a sign that they’re hungry. They tend to start to reach for things around now too, and their hands will fully open up by the time baby is eight weeks old. You will see how fascinated they are by their hands as they will stare at them. They should be discovering a lot about their bodies in their fourth week.

Head lifts: After their first month, you’ll be seeing a lot of body changes and developments. By now you’ve probably noticed a loss of puffiness in their face. At this point, they will be able to hold their head up solo for a minute or two. Already a big change from weeks 2 and 3 with more control over their head as well as turning their necks from side to side.

Things to be aware of at 4-weeks

Dealing with colic: If your baby is crying for hours on end, three times a week for at least three weeks, they might be suffering from colic. It affects up to 40 per cent of babies, but that doesn’t make it any easier to deal with. Talk to your doctor if you notice your baby is crying for hours for no reason.

Sleep deprivation: You may be almost getting used to living off no sleep by now, but just in case you’re not, it’s worth trying a change in your diet with some energy-boosting foods. Plus, some mummy beauty products to disguise all those sleepless nights!

Postnatal Depression: Your hormones should be settled by now and the baby blues finally over. If you’re still struggling with feelings of failure, or as though everything could go wrong and that it’s all your fault, you may be experiencing postnatal depression. With one in ten women experiencing postnatal depression, it’s something you must talk to your doctor about to ensure the best possible recovery. If you’re unsure whether you’re experiencing postnatal depression or your baby blues hormones are clinging on, check out these key differences.

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Baby growth spurts: 3 signs your baby is actually going through one

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If your baby seems to fit that sweet little onesie one day and has it busting at the seams the next, it may not be your sleep-deprived eyes playing tricks on you. Baby growth spurts are aplenty in those first sweet 12 months.

Although growth spurts can happen at any time, it’s common for them to hit at about 10 days, between three and six weeks, and several times afterward. Three-month growth spurts, as well as six and nine-month growth spurts, are especially common. It’s one of the reasons it’s so important to have several sizes of baby clothes on your newborn checklist.

And when a baby growth spurt strikes, it can be fast and furious; babies can measurably gain weight and length in just 24 hours, says Michelle Lampl, a doctor and growth researcher at Emory University in Atlanta. Her studies show that tots can sprout as much as nine millimeters in length in just one day.

Wondering if your babe is in the midst of a spurt? Here’s what you might notice.

01She’ll sleep like a log (or be up all night)

In the day or so before a big growth spurt, some babies sleep more than usual. “There are important physiological changes that happen during sleep that are essential for growth,” says Peter Nieman, a paediatrician and assistant clinical professor at the University of Calgary medical school.

Don’t wake her for feedings unless it’s within the first week and advised by your care provider. “She needs her rest, and she’ll make up for milk or formula she missed at her next feeding,” he says.

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02She’ll be hungry

Some babies prefer food to snoozing during a growth spurt. Even if she was starting to sleep longer stretches at night, your baby may suddenly want to eat around the clock again.

At about the three-month mark, Carrie Fisher, a Toronto mom of two, noticed a huge spike in her daughter Ramona’s appetite. “I knew she must be going through a growth spurt because she was inconsolable unless she was nursing,” Fisher says. “I thought there might be something wrong with my milk supply because she never seemed full.”

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If you’re breastfeeding, don’t worry, your body will keep pace with baby’s appetite. (Have real concerns that you’re not producing enough milk? Talk to your doctor. ) Be sure to drink plenty of fluids and recruit your partner or a family member to help with everything that can’t be done with a babe in arms until the spurt passes.

If you’re using formula, increase the amount you’re giving very gradually—there is a danger of overfeeding. “If your baby starts spitting up more than usual she’s probably getting too much,” says Nieman.

She’ll be cranky

Frequent fussing can be normal for a few days during baby growth spurts. “This can seem rather dramatic at the time, but it doesn’t last very long, and babies will calm down after their growth spurt,” says Lampl. Lots of cuddling and reassurance in the meantime will help to soothe her.

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All baby growth spurts pass eventually

You may feel like that growth spurt will never end, but it will. Most only last a couple of days. Not convinced that a growth spurt is to blame? Shifts in mood, feeding habits and sleep schedule can also mean that she’s getting sick, starting to teethe (if she’s older than three months) or just needing extra comfort due to a change in routine.

Talk to your doctor if you’re concerned that her symptoms might be something more, but don’t stress about exactly how much your baby is growing, or when, and don’t compare her size to that of other babies. At each wellness visit, your doctor will track her growth (measuring length, head circumference and weight).

As long as she’s gaining steadily and proportionally there’s no reason to sweat exact ounces or inches, says Neiman. “All babies grow at their own rate and speed—they know what they’re doing.”

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Growth spurt results: development of physical skills

Growth spurts usher in a wave of new physical skills and are typically the time when you will see changes in your child’s physical abilities. Your baby may learn to roll over, crawl or even stand during this period. However, your baby will likely be extra tired or fussy during a growth spurt as well, which can lead to coordination difficulties.

It is important to be nearby as they practice their new physical skills during this time so that you can cushion the inevitable tumbles.

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Growth spurt result: height and weight changes

One of the most obvious changes during a growth spurt is an increase in height and weight. Infant growth spurts typically last only a few days, but you may notice a marked difference in your baby’s size after this period. While your baby grows a little bit every day, at the end of a growth spurt, you may notice that her clothes are now too small or that you need to go up a size in diapers.

In general, your baby should double in weight by the time she’s six months old and triple her weight by her first birthday.

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Growth spurt result: head size changes

In addition to buying larger jumpers and diapers, you might also find that your baby needs bigger sun hats and toques during her early growth spurts. In the first year, a baby’s head grows 4 to 5 inches. During her first four months, specifically, your baby’s skull will grow more quickly than at any other time in her life.

So, if you find a cap you really love, you might want to pick it up in a couple different sizes!

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Growth spurt result: clumsiness

Much like a gangly pre-teen, your baby might display some previously unseen clumsiness as these physical skills begin to develop and this rapid growth takes place. Those limbs aren’t where they were the day before, so it just makes sense that some flailing and new discovery of gravity might occur in this stage.

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Growth spurt result: cognitive development

Growth spurts also bring about changes in cognitive ability. You may notice your baby repetitively practicing a skill during this time, whether it’s rolling over, laughing, hand-eye coordination or attempting to stand. During a spurt, your baby’s brain is making loads of new neural connections that allow them to attempt things that were out of reach in the past—so enjoy those new smiles or extra laughs as she practices her newfound skills.

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Growth spurt result: more or less alert

All the changes your baby is going through physically and mentally during these early growth spurts can, understandably, impact their energy levels when they’re awake. Depending on where in a growth spurt they are, and other factors, you might find she’s more engaged in her waking hours or less alert and playful than she used to be. The former makes sense with all these new connections her brain is making, while the latter can be due to being more tired or focused on other essentials, like feeding.

Read more:
Is my child growing normally?
How to feed your toddler during growth spurts
Essential tips for do-it-yourself baby food

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Why is your baby crying and how to calm him down?

Your baby is not yet able to put his feelings into words. Therefore, when he wants to tell you something or just wants attention, he starts crying. After a few weeks of the baby’s life, you will already be able to distinguish hungry crying from crying from fatigue, or you will understand that you just need to pick up the baby in your arms to calm him down. Below we will give you some tips on how to recognize the cause of your baby’s crying and how you can calm him down.

What to do if the baby is crying?

Some parents fear that by reacting too quickly to their baby’s crying, they may spoil him. This is an outdated view! Scientific studies have shown that with a quick reaction to crying, children become less whiny, because the sooner you eliminate the cause of the baby’s crying, the better the child will know that you are always ready to help him.

The most common reasons for crying are:

  • The child is hungry.
  • He is hot or cold.
  • He has tummy troubles, colic and gas
  • Something that hurts or causes discomfort, eg diaper rash, irritation.
  • It’s time for a diaper change.
  • He is bored or lonely.
  • He is overexcited and cannot sleep.
  • It is uncomfortable for the baby to lie or sit, for example, the diaper or diaper is wrinkled.
  • Uncomfortable clothing pulls, pinches or rubs.
  • He scratched himself.
  • Hair tourniquet (hair tightly wrapped around the finger).
  • Too bright light or loud noise.
  • He has a runny nose which can make sucking difficult.

After 4 months, babies have more reasons to cry:

  • The child does not see his mother or is frightened.
  • The child is bored and wants to play.
  • Child hits himself, falls or cannot roll over.
  • The first teeth erupt. Sometimes this process is accompanied by high temperature.

Most of these causes can be eliminated quite quickly and thus calm the baby. However, if crying is unusual or continues for too long (more than 3 hours), the child should be taken to the doctor.

How to calm a crying baby?

To calm a crying baby, start with one of these actions:

  • The main rule is mother’s warmth and attention!

First of all, take the baby in your arms. Feeling your warmth, it is quite possible that he will calm down immediately.

  • Check if the child is hungry?

Offer him breasts. Perhaps the baby did not eat well in the past feeding and got hungry ahead of time.

Even if the baby is only slightly wet, change the diaper or change clothes.

  • Calm down yourself.

If you are annoyed by the fact that the baby is crying, you first need to calm down, because the baby is able to feel the mother’s mood.

If you can’t figure out why your baby is crying, take him for a walk or to the store. A change of scenery will also have a positive effect on your mood.

No matter what your voice is, it is important for your baby to hear it, it will help him calm down.

He may be tormented by excess air from eating. The position on the stomach helps the discharge of gases and excess air. You can simply hold the baby to you, holding him upright. We recommend doing this after every feeding.

Some babies have a calming effect on motion sickness. But it is not necessary to rock him at home, walking from corner to corner. You can ride with him in a car or bus, rock him in a stroller or walk with him in a “backpack”. There are special sprung vibrating seats and baby swings that are perfect for calming cranky babies.

You may not notice it right away. Offer him a teether. If the growth of the first teeth is causing your baby pain, talk to your doctor.

If your baby has a fever, constipation or diarrhea, rashes and redness of the skin, or something else, call the doctor at home immediately.

If the child has skin irritation, diaper rash, bathe the baby in warm water with the addition of decoctions of chamomile, oak bark, St. John’s wort, eucalyptus leaves, calendula flowers. After the bath, hold the baby without a diaper for a while, and then apply a special healing and soothing cream.

If the baby is not comfortable sitting or lying down, or has uncomfortable clothes, change his position, change clothes to ensure maximum comfort.

A baby’s constant or frequent crying can irritate you. Despite the fact that the child is still very small, he is already able to feel your mood and respond to it. To avoid the vicious circle of “crying – annoying mom – crying”, try to take a short break. Let his dad or other relatives look after the baby. Even a short break will help you calm down, gain physical and moral strength. You will even begin to miss the baby, and when you return, you will find a new way to calm the child. If for some reason crying does not allow you or your baby to relax, talk to your doctor.

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Why a newborn does not sleep well during the day and is naughty

Sleep both during the day and at night is very important for the harmonious development and health of every child. But many parents think that if the child sleeps little during the day, then he will sleep better at night. Is it so? And what could be the reasons that the baby does not sleep during the day and is naughty? Let’s figure it out!

Why does a baby sleep little during the day?

Most often it happens that babies sleep worse during the day. There are several objective reasons for this. Firstly, in the daytime, the “sleep hormone” helper of all mothers, melatonin, is produced at a minimum level and therefore it is more difficult to fall asleep. Secondly, the older the baby, the more interesting it is to be awake than to sleep. Thirdly, daytime sleep conditions can hardly be called “helping” – bright light, noise, activity of adults and older children.

But the main cause of poor daytime sleep is an incorrect mode and overwork.

                                               If the mother misses the time for going to bed, the baby will overdo it and it will be more difficult or even completely impossible to put him down. Therefore, for daytime sleep, it is so important to observe the time of wakefulness and monitor signs of fatigue, and from 6 months you can talk about the mode of daytime sleep and wakefulness.

It is important to understand that without an optimal amount of daytime sleep, nighttime sleep will be worse and, in general, the baby will be overtired. Thus, daytime sleep is inextricably linked to the quality of nighttime sleep.

How much sleep does a child need?

You can refer to age norms of sleep to know how much sleep your child needs day and night.

If we look closely at the graph, we will see that:

  • 0-4 months – babies need 3-4 naps or more, depending on the duration of sleep and their quality
  • 4-9 months – 3 naps
  • 15-18 months – 2 naps
  • 1.5 – 4 years – 1 nap

Most often, morning sleep begins after the shortest period of wakefulness. It is important to ensure that the last daytime nap does not end later than 17:30, so as not to violate the principle of early bedtime and night sleep.

Sleep rates are given as a guide, and it is important for parents to understand the individual sleep rate of their baby. Therefore, the main criterion is the behavior of the child.

It is important to understand the balance of night and day sleep. Children up to a certain age are not yet able to compensate for one dream at the expense of another. But after 2 years they can do it. If children sleep a lot for several days, you will soon notice that it is difficult to put them to sleep at night and its duration is reduced. And if the baby sleeps a lot at night , and at the same time – little in the daytime, then you just need to adjust the mode. Your baby does not want to fall asleep for a daytime sleep because he had a good night’s sleep. But in this case, the time of wakefulness will be unevenly distributed, and for a short sleep the child will not have time to restore strength before the next sleep. So there must be a measure in everything.

Short naps

If the baby sleeps little during daytime naps, it may be because he does not know how to link sleep cycles and sleeps in short naps of 40 minutes . Then it is important to help prolong sleep and gradually teach to fall asleep on its own, if the baby is already more than 6 months old. Up to 6 months, the baby still needs mom’s help to fall asleep and move from one sleep cycle to another. But even here it is important to gradually give variety in the ways of calming. Otherwise, breastfeeding and rocking can become a strong sleep association.

Therefore, if the child has a good night’s sleep, then the night’s sleep will be better.

Daytime sleep also depends on how the waking time was spent, because sleep is a reflection of how the day went: impressions, overexcitation, physical activity. Analyze your situation to understand the causes of short daytime sleep and the child’s moody state:

  • Do you have enough physical activity and walks?
  • Doesn’t your big guy get too much sleep at night?
  • Does he not sleep often during the day, but briefly at the same time?
  • Are there no dreams in the stroller?
  • Is he overtired?
  • Does the baby cry often?
  • Is it too long or vice versa short time of wakefulness before nap?

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Overwork and lack of sleep

If the child sleeps less than normal, and during the day or looks tired, this is a sign of insufficient sleep .

In the baby’s body, the stress hormone cortisol begins to be produced and accumulated. This hormone helps the child reach sleep, but then interferes with complete relaxation, which makes sleep uneasy: it’s hard to put down, or he often wakes up at night and “walks” for an hour, or he wakes up early in the morning before 6.00.

When this lasts for several days, it may indicate overwork . But do not confuse with the case when the day before there was a stressful situation, overexcitation or illness of the baby, which can also affect the quality of sleep. The stress hormone, accumulating in the body, prevents the child from relaxing, the nervous system cannot calm down, and it is still imperfect. Therefore, the child does not fall into a deep sleep, does not relax completely, therefore does not get enough sleep again, and in a circle – he does not rest much during daytime sleep and is naughty.

Let’s take a closer look at how it works? Getting up too early in the morning (before 6 in the morning) indicates a lack of sleep for the baby and affects daytime sleep – it shifts in time and becomes of poor quality due to cortisol, which on the eve of a night’s sleep caused the child to overwork. As a result, after such a daytime sleep, the child does not feel completely rested, and fatigue and lack of sleep accumulate in the evening. This leads to overwork, and it is already very difficult to put a little fidget in the evening quickly and without tears and tantrums. Such conditions and the condition of the child again lead to poor-quality night sleep: frequent nocturnal awakenings, long “walks” in the middle of the night, and again to early awakenings.

Until the mother sleeps the child, lack of sleep will drag on and negatively affect the sleep and behavior of the baby.

How to compensate for lack of sleep?

Here are some simple tips to help compensate for your little one’s lack of sleep: Even a few days with extra sleep will make the child feel better.

  • It is important to prolong early morning awakenings before 6.00 by all possible means. In such a situation, a theatrical awakening can help: show that the morning does not start when the baby wakes up, but when the curtains open, the light turns on, the mother comes up and kisses, tells a nursery rhyme for awakening, does gymnastics. Enter a wake-up ritual and use it every time to help your little one separate short-term awakenings from rising times.

  • It is important to prolong short daytime naps . Remember, if you neglect this rule, then the baby will get used to short sleep, and, accordingly, to stay awake for a short time. By extending daytime sleep, you teach the baby to link sleep cycles and get quality rest.

  • Watch for signs of fatigue when laying down your baby , but distinguish them from signs of overwork. And remember, if the baby had a daytime sleep for less than an hour (we do not take into account the 3rd dream, for which this is typical and normal), then he will want to fall asleep earlier and will not be able to withstand a long wakefulness.

  • Find the optimal time for bedtime. Watch your child from 18:00 to 21:00 for several days and look for a comfortable time for bedtime – the “sleep window”, it is during these 20 minutes of the golden “sleep window” that the baby will fall asleep most easily.

  • Get enough time to get ready for bed : 30-40 minutes before going to bed devote to rituals and relaxing activities. Remember about the rituals not only for a night’s sleep, but also for falling asleep before a daytime sleep. Such calm actions help the baby switch from wakefulness and tune in to sleep.

. Otherwise, you may face overtraining and overwork.

  • Pay attention to stable sleeping conditions . It is important for a child to fall asleep and wake up in familiar and comfortable sleep conditions. If daytime dreams were always on the street, then the child could get used to sleep only at motion sickness in a wheelchair. To prevent such strong unwanted sleep habits, organize daytime naps at home (the exception may be for the 3rd nap). But remember, at the moment of accustoming to daytime sleep at home, and not on the street, you may encounter a child’s protest, he is used to sleeping in other conditions, so it takes time to get used to sleeping at home, in better conditions for sleep and rest .

Why is school: All The Reasons To Stay In School

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All The Reasons To Stay In School

Most of us have grown up being taught the importance of education. But why is education important? Through your frustrating school years, you may have thought that it was a waste of time, or was just something that you needed to do in order to get a job. Truth be told, however, education goes so much beyond just getting a job and making your parents happy. In fact, it’s one of the most powerful tools out there.

What Is Education?

Education means studying in order to obtain a deeper knowledge and understanding of a variety of subjects to be applied to daily life. Education is not limited to just knowledge from books, but can also be obtained through practical experiences outside of the classroom.

Top 10 Reasons: Why Is Education Important?

There are many different understandings and definitions of what education is, but one thing can be universally agreed upon, which is the importance of education — and here’s why.

1.

Provides Stability

Education provides stability in life, and it’s something that no one can ever take away from you. By being well-educated and holding a college degree, you increase your chances for better career opportunities and open up new doors for yourself.

2. Provides Financial Security

On top of stability, education also provides financial security, especially in today’s society. A good education tends to lead to a higher paying job, as well as provide you with the skills needed to get there.

3. Needed For Equality

In order for the entire world to really become equal, it needs to start with education. If everyone was provided with the same opportunities to education, then there would be less gaps between social classes. Everyone would be able to have an equal chance at higher paying jobs — not just those that are already well-off.

4. Allows For Self-Dependency

The importance of education is evident when it comes to being self-dependent. If we are we educated, then it’s something that belongs to us, and only us, allowing us to rely on no one else other than ourselves. It can allow you to not only be financially independent, but also to make your own choices.

5. Make Your Dreams Come True

If you can dream it, you can achieve it. An education is the most powerful weapon you can possibly have, and with it, you can make all of your dreams come true. There are of course certain exceptions, depending on what you’re aiming for, but generally an education will take you as far as you’re willing to go.

6. A Safer World

Education is something that’s not only needed on a personal level, but also on a global level, as it’s something that keeps our world safe and makes it a more peaceful place. Education tends to teach people the difference between right and wrong, and can help people stay out of risky situations.

7. Confidence

Being self-confident is a major part of being successful in life. And what better way to gain that confidence than with an education? Your level of education is often considered a way to prove your knowledge, and it can give you the confidence to express your opinions and speak your mind.

8. A Part Of Society

In today’s society, having an education is considered a vital part of being accepted by those around you. Having an education is believed to make you a useful part of society, and can make you feel like a contributing member as well.

9. Economic Growth On A National Level

An educated society is crucial for economic growth. We need people to continue to learn and research in order to constantly stay innovative. Countries with higher literacy rates also tend to be in better economic situations. With a more educated population, more employment opportunities are opened.

10. Can Protect You

Education can protect you more than you know, not only on a financial level, but it can help prevent you from being taken advantage of by knowing how to read and write, such as knowing not to sign any bogus documents.

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Education Is Important For Children

Children are the future of our world, making education crucial for them. Their knowledge is what’s going to keep our world alive and flourishing.

At Childhood

During the childhood development stages, the importance of education is stronger than ever. It’s a time for children to learn social and mental skills that will be crucial for their growth and success in the future. Education at childhood also offers a chance for self-discovery and to learn about their unique interests.

The Role

The importance of education in our lives goes far beyond what we can read in a textbook. Education also provides childhood with knowledge such as how to produce artwork and make music. Education allows us to analyze what’s in front of us, and even learn from our mistakes.

Goal Building

By learning from a young age, children are given the chance to start building goals for themselves. Education means having the logic to set your mind to something and achieve it.

Importance Of Education In Society

For a modern society, education is of utmost importance. There are so many influences coming from all directions, and education can help us decipher what we should take as true, and what we should take with a grain of salt. Education can mold people into functional members of society with the right kinds of values.

Productivity

Education is needed for a productive society. Our population only continues to increase, and in turn, so do our needs. We need a strong and efficient workforce of educated people to provide us with the services we need for everyday life.

Why Is Education Important For a Nation?

The importance of education is seen in every aspect of life, and is especially crucial for the growth of a nation.

The Impact Education Has On The World

With education, people can become better citizens, knowing right from wrong, allowing for a better society where laws are followed. An educated nation knows about the importance of voting, doing so with the knowledge not blindly, but also having an understanding of what their party truly stands for. Education can also help people get jobs, which is what a nation thrives on.

Inspiring Quotes On What Education Truly Is

Why is education important, and what is it exactly? While every person has a different understanding of its true meaning, here are some of the most inspiring quotes by some legendary people.

  • “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” — Nelson Mandela
  • “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” — Malcolm X
  • “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” — Benjamin Franklin
  • “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” — John Dewey

What Are Some Other Reasons Why Education Is Important?

There are endless reasons why education is so important, especially since it also has endless connotations and meanings.

Mind And Body

Our mind and bodies are connected more than we know. With a powerful, well-educated mind, so too are our bodies.

Health

We can not only know how to best take care of ourselves, but we can feel confident and good about ourselves, which will likely have a positive effect on our physical well-being. Education has even been proven to add years to our life. To be exact, each additional year of education was found to add as much as 1.7 years to our lives at the age of 35.

Personal Growth

The importance of education even extends itself to our personal growth. By constantly educating ourselves, asking questions and wanting to know more, we can move forward and achieve things we never imagined before.

Get To Know Yourself

Education can allow us to get to know ourselves better than ever. We can learn things about ourselves, whether it be through books, courses, or even consulting with a professional.

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Worldwide Value

Education is the best way to ensure a positive world value and view. Without a proper education, how else do we know what’s considered appropriate and how to behave?

Peace

While world peace may unfortunately seem like a far-fetched concept, with education we can get closer to this goal than we know. Education can teach us about our place in this world, and about our responsibility to humanity.

Teaches Values

Values are taught through education! Education exists far beyond the classroom or an exam. It’s taught at home, through what our parents and peers show us, and although not necessarily written down somewhere, such a teaching method is still a large aspect of what education entails.

Sharpens Your Thinking

Education is needed to think sharply and clearly!

Makes You Informed

Education makes you informed about the world around you, what’s going on and what kind of people are around you. Education can help you be more self-aware about your strengths and weaknesses, showing you were to shift your focus.

Logical Reasoning

When in an argument, if you aren’t well educated and don’t have your facts straight, then you aren’t likely to win. If you get upset about something, then being educated can also help you logically work through the situation and make sense of it, understanding all aspects.

Stay Focused

Education can help you stay focused and on track in the right direction by knowing what the right path is for you.

Allows For Innovation And Creativity

When it comes to being creative, in any way, shape, or form, the mind can only really reach its full potential if it’s been fed with the knowledge it needs to think outside the box.

Develop Life Skills

Education is the foundation of basic life skills and street smarts. While education might sound like a fancy technical term, it’s really everything we learn in life about how to best conduct ourselves from day to day.

Freedom

Education can be the most freeing and empowering thing in the entire world!

Live Life To The Fullest

Truly living life to the fullest means being well-educated and holding a vast amount of knowledge about the world around us. It also means we continue to learn every day in all kinds of forms, whether it be from the people around us, newspapers, experiences, research, or traditional classes.

Breaks Barriers

Education breaks barriers between people, and allows people from across the globe to be empowered.

University of the People, a tuition-free, online university, is one powerful example of how education is being revolutionized – they offer students of all socio-economic backgrounds an equal chance at education.

Once upon a time, such a thing wouldn’t have been possible, but today such places like UoPeople have proven that these barriers truly can be broken through to receive higher education.

You Become Your Highest You

Education can allow you to become the best, fullest version of yourself, learning about what interests you, what you’re good at, becoming self-aware and conscious about the world around you. It can help you establish your place in this world, and feel complete.

Education In The Modern World

Education today is more important than ever before, and has reached new heights with new understandings of what it truly entails. Ask yourself “Why is education important?” and it will surely not be the same as anyone else’s answer.

While in modern society, holding a college degree is considered to be highly beneficial for a successful career and to be socially accepted, it is not the only means of education. Education is all around us in everything that we do, so use it wisely!

Why School is Important in Child Development

Here below, you will see why is school important, School curriculum will reflect on the following factors that lead enormously to young minds’ growth.

School is a very important role in every child’s development.  The children of today are the future of tomorrow.

The role of school in our life, school, promotes interest and empowers them with opportunities to become successful individuals. The expansion of the new education system is similar to the development of our society. It is well established that the method of learning is essential in defining one’s personality and in coping with life circumstances. The transition from book literacy to the experience of existence has created a wave of shifts in schools.

People have warmed up that schooling is the secret to positive growth rather than a means of graduation and achieving material achievement in life. The School is important for a child because the school has a countless knowledge and also the best higher education and guidance for the future.

Importance of Education

Let’s know the Importance of education for children.  It is a first guide for children to educate. It offers them the ability to learn about different fields of Education, including humans, literature, culture, mathematics, politics, and several other topics. That helps to improve the mechanism of reasoning. If you are subjected to stimuli from diverse cultural backgrounds, the environment and life become huge.

Some aspects must be focused on by school education

Social Aspect:

School is the first opportunity for an infant to become socialized. By then, the only individuals with whom the infant has interpersonal contact are the parents and extended family members.

Awareness is a cause of stagnation. Children in schools are not only introduced to fresh concepts, but also the same elderly fellow countrymen. This generates sociable behaviors such as empathy, fellowship, engagement, and encouragement that are essential in your adult life.

Mental Aspect:

School is the basic foundation of knowledge for kids. I give chance to learn about different fields of Education, including humans, literature, culture, mathematics, politics, and several other topics. This contributes to increasing the thought processes of kids.

Physical Aspect:

A fetus is biologically formed after pregnancy. Schools also maintain child development. Physical games played and physical activities, also doing exercise and yoga, which makes child has physical and mentally prepared for the future. So the important in child development of the school.

Furthermore, familiarity contributes to circumstances being taken advantage of when the floor is leveled in college. Why do we need school? Because we all know school is essential for both knowledge and social skills developing. Education gives us knowledge so that if you are gain knowledge when school is important for us.

Also, children may guide their unlimited energies into something positive through the help of events such as sports, and crafts.

In the past, schools have been viewed as locations where incidents may be studied throughout the historical portion, challenging mathematical questions answered, and poetry or sonnets recited.

A pupil knows how to move through the conventional direction of red learning in the modern education children scenario.

They are encouraged to grow their minds, and interest is supported through the modular curriculum. The infant is liberated and lets his / her creativity run its course from the mental block clutches.

There is a significant focus on the value of creativity. 

Existence, while living, is also about learning. We may benefit from our parents to a degree, but i.e., the role of school in our life seems to be one-sided. In school, children are introduced to diverse sources from which they can acquire tremendous information, which is important for their growth. School is also important to in still life in children.”

Overall Development

The cornerstone of every culture is Education.

Education is responsible for the economic and social progress of society in general and political and political advancement. Society thought that children are developed in front of parents but the child developed in school. Also the orthodox way, education is not important, still, some people are thought.  

The benefits of School

  • We know, why is school important, school is the best part of life. When the school has an important role because school is giving knowledge, skills and many more things. Also the guide for future problems and face them. After school we go to the next level, college also teaches many things.
  • The school education importance helps an individual to consider the distinction and similarities with other cultures. The school help to choose the right way of career. The school not only teaches a book of a lesson but also teaches a life of lesson.
  • Schools are one way to make mates. Schools improve personality and personal speech. The school has also developed in society’s mental and help to fight them. The school makes the best person.

University scientists

Schools teach important sciences, like algebra and mother tongue. However, English is still used as a tool to establish an international standard. The use of English as a language of Education means that citizens from diverse language backgrounds come together on one forum. The fundamentals for children are English and mathematics.

  • This extends to numerous areas such as Education, science, law, and industry. In life study is important and school gives study.
  • Anyone may still use prior awareness of individuals to construct a more organized collection of details on a particular area. A school set the foundations of the curriculum and then focuses on the ideal topic in universities. It is easier to find work for individuals who study and exercise their expertise. Jobs based on qualifications are favored for those who achieved the most academically.
  • School is one of the strongest opportunities if a person has turned a  best qualified  It improves the individual intellectually and academically, providing him with a benefit when questioning him or her. Effective interviews mean that they will do the work they want.

The Schools of Comparison of the value are differences in instruction and understanding:

                     Even so, the concept of having good grades is typically a question of academic emphasis. Students waste more time training for and knowing further tests instead of studying stuff. School is not only judged the report card, they even encourage the children. Children are upgraded in the school atmosphere and then after going colleges atmosphere. You must learn to adapt and control yourself. School shows us that we have certain connexions, even with separate histories. A person’s beliefs, color, caste, or opinion can reflect a different person’s image. It does not suggest that you have a particular society to destroy all societies. Likewise, faith is a compilation of beliefs that does not seek to actively compete against those that participate in that faith.  It puts us closer to chatting about our issues. We will learn to work with them by learning. Schools make a healthier world because if students have healthy so gain a piece of proper knowledge. So the students are healthy and safe.

Vocal and Reliable

It is simpler to speak to others as you understand information. His feelings and suggestions became more articulate. It influences individuals, and culture is also evolving accordingly.

Learning new stuff makes people remember stuff around them. You don’t grasp the stuff around you fully until you think.

  • Likewise, studying other science and social principles teaches an individual. A knowledgeable citizen is surer about his or her relations. He understands what those factors affect, and what can be improved to change it. We should learn how to handle and function through this because we cannot personally affect it.
  • It strengthens a person’s voice on their expertise, and he is more optimistic that the time he spent studying at school would encourage him. The more you devote to understanding something, the more skillful you are. He’s going to speak to the people around him with more ease and trust. This encourages an individual to lift their voice in their society and for their interests.

Friends

Importance of school in our life, Life without friends will not be complete. In School have to make friends and grow up like other people and have fun with friends. Also, make beautiful memories and do activities. Friends should always support them and if have problems so solve them.

  • The school will plan trips and picnics, so enjoyed the student’s friends. It helps to interrupt the daily cycle and to appreciate the business on these visits.
  • Friends help you fix your life’s issues. You will even make acquaintances in school and university later, but childhood mates also dominate. Owing to their hostile climate, students find it challenging to sustain friendships at college and university. 
  • Schoolmates do not have any challenges, on the other side, and thus are more together and healthier. The focal point for most people’s college and social lives. It shows them how things work around them. When you educate them on the variations and similarities between individuals, you learn to talk in the community. Learning to talk about and knowing the problems facing culture is learned in Education.
  • The school helps a person to read and understand life different stuff. You learn to communicate with other individuals. Schools frequently demonstrate that the universe is vast in scope outside the horizons.

Conclusion:

In case of why is school so important, School guarantees the children it educates a brighter future. It offers knowledge to create your own life, as well as to support those around you. The Topic about school as learning for life.

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10 Reason Why School Is Important

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by Emmaline Soken-Huberty

In many places, people take school for granted. Going to school may be a source of annoyance or frustration. At some point in their lives, many kids wish they didn’t have to go at all. Dropping out and starting their “real lives” might be sound appealing. Why does school matter so much? There are ten reasons why:

#1. School teaches social skills

For most kids, school is the first setting where they learn to socialize with others. They learn to make friends, listen to teachers, and work through problems. Learning these social skills early on gives kids an important foundation for their interactions in society. It’s the responsibility of teachers and other adults to encourage healthy socialization. They should also address issues like bullying.

#2. School helps young people build confidence

Being self-assured and confident in one’s abilities is crucial to healthy self-esteem. People who don’t have much confidence are more likely to be taken advantage of and struggle with anxiety. In a school setting, kids get the opportunity to build their confidence early on. As they learn to read, write, solve math problems, and more, their confidence in their abilities increases. A teacher plays a very important role in this. It’s their job to celebrate a student’s progress as well as their successes, as many struggle with certain subjects.

#3. School encourages critical thinking

Critical thinking is an essential part of any subject in school. Whether it’s literature, science, or history, students develop critical thinking techniques. They use these to absorb the material, form their own ideas, and express themselves in writing and speaking. These skills translate to every area of life, whether it’s in academia, the work setting, or relationships.

#4. School introduces young people to future goals

School introduces students to a wide variety of subjects. More often than not, a student connects with certain topics on a deep level. Whether it’s through a research paper or group project, they get opportunities to explore their interests further. Students consider what they want their career to be and develop goals for the future. With support from teachers, any student can see what’s possible and work towards their passions.

#5. School gives students a variety of opportunities

Schools are more than just classrooms. Most also offer sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities. Some of these can lead to scholarships, giving students access to great opportunities for their futures. Even if a student doesn’t thrive in a classroom setting, they can find something else at their school that benefits them.

#6. School builds communities

School can become an important source of community for many students. For some, it may be the one place where they feel like they can be themselves. School can also serve as a community for parents, so it benefits whole families. For students, feeling like they belong and are part of something bigger than themselves is very important. They’ll feel supported and encouraged, and even when they leave school, they’ll strive to find and build community wherever they go.

#7. School teaches the importance of the learning process

It’s not unusual for students to question the point of any given topic at school. “When am I going to use this?” they might ask. While you might not use a specific math formula in your daily life, the process of learning is what matters. Memorizing formulas, analyzing a piece of literature, and engaging in civil discussions train the brain. In the future, when you need to learn something new, that training kicks in.

#8. School reduces poverty

Education is an essential part of reducing poverty around the world. When children receive an education, they’re able to access jobs with higher incomes. That benefits their whole families and can end cycles of poverty that keep communities down. If a country wants to reduce poverty, it needs to invest in schools. Other factors impact what kind of a job someone can get, but it’s generally true that as a person gets more schooling, their income potential goes up.

#9. School is good for gender equality

In addition to reducing poverty, education combats gender inequality. In many places, girls receive less education than boys. This affects the jobs they can get and makes them more vulnerable to violence and human trafficking. When they go to school, girls increase their income potential and safety. Research also shows that in countries that value education, maternal death rates go down.

#10. School benefits the whole country

Schools can benefit individuals and communities, so it makes sense that a whole country will do better when they have good schools. Starting for a young age, citizens receive the education they need to get higher-paying jobs. They are more likely to invest their resources back into schools for the next generation. Agencies like the World Bank recognize the importance of education for a country’s economic development.

10 Benefits Showing Why Education Is Important to Our Society

Do you think attending school and doing projects for your college is a waste of time? If you do, you might want to reconsider that claim as education is a key part of a society’s growth and progress. When people are educated, they can significantly contribute to their families and society in various aspects and fields, thus creating a stable and stimulating community. Why is education important to society? Let’s take into account some reasons. 

1. Creating More Employment Opportunities

Finding a job is not easy, especially in times of economic turmoil. You often need to compete with hundreds of other candidates for a vacant position. In addition, the lower the education level, the greater the number of people applying for the same low-paying entry-level post. However, with the right qualifications and educational background, you will increase your chances of landing a fulfilling job. Would you like to find a way to stand out from a pool of applicants? Learn, educate yourself, graduate and get as many qualifications, skills, knowledge, and experience as possible. 

2. Securing a Higher Income

People with higher education and varied experience are more likely to get high-paying, expert jobs. Study hard, dedicate your time and effort to acquire knowledge and reach a high level of competence if you would like to lead a comfortable lifestyle. Your credentials are what will motivate a potential employer to choose you instead of another candidate. Studying hard throughout your school and studies shows you are not afraid of hard work and are able to fulfill your goals. Employers see this as a huge advantage as they all prefer a responsible and knowledgeable workforce. Once you graduate, you can start searching for jobs that will give you the opportunity to practice what you have learned and, at the same time, secure sufficient pay for your needs. 

3. Developing Problem-solving Skills 

One of the benefits of education is that the educational system teaches us how to obtain and develop critical and logical thinking and make independent decisions. When children become adults, they are faced with a lot of challenging issues – pay off your student loans, get a job, buy a car and a house, provide for your family, etc. However, if one has spent years educating themselves, they should be able to make sound decisions on these various quandaries. Not only are people able to form their own opinions, but they are also good at finding solid and reliable arguments and evidence to back up and confirm their decisions. 

4. Improving the Economy

People with good academic and educational backgrounds tend to get well-paid jobs. The higher their education and accomplishments, the better employment options they get. People who grew up poor but educated themselves have high chances to transform their lives, thus contributing to a decrease in society’s poverty rates. Education helps countries grow economically since it is about getting knowledge and being able to apply it wisely to our lives and, at the same time, improving other people’s lives.  

5. Providing a Prosperous and Happy Life

Education has always secured respect from society. In order to ensure a comfortable lifestyle, people should educate themselves and obtain a well-paid job to be successful and satisfied. It helps gain a better reputation and increases the chances of climbing the career ladder more easily and faster. In turn, it provides financial resources for stable lives – people can afford to buy their own house or apartment and thus secure their children’s happiness and success. Furthermore, being able to own your own home provides stability and increases self-confidence. It leads to creating a positive environment for families and communities. “Children of homeowners are 116% more likely to graduate from college than children of renters of the same age, race, and income. They are also 25% more likely to graduate from high school and have higher math and reading scores, with fewer behavioral problems,” according to research at the University of Tennessee.

6. Giving Back to the Community

How does education benefit society? Educated people understand how valuable it is to live in a stable and secure community. They are more prone to taking part in projects that help improve not only their neighborhood but society, as well. In addition, when people are able to afford their own home, they are more likely to take part not only in improving their homes but in solving local problems, as well. After all, it is quite important to get involved and give a hand to the less fortunate ones in order to build a better place for all of us to live in.

7. Creating Modern Society

Education is of key essence for modern society. One needs to learn about culture, history and other important aspects so that they would be able to contribute to modern society. Education molds people into leaders not only with knowledge about (college) subjects, but it also shows them how to lead with emotions and true values. Educated people can easily differentiate between right and wrong, thus education helps reduce the crime rate. Bad events are happening around the world – only competent leaders can help guide us down a good and right path. 

8. Bridging the Borders

Digital education helps connect with people and organizations around the world. Borders are no longer there. Being able to communicate and share opinions with people from other countries and cultures, widens horizons and helps us understand and appreciate each other. 

9. Creating equal opportunities

The importance of education in society has always been great as it is irrespective of caste, race, gender, religion. Educated people are treated as equals on the basis of their knowledge and competence. In addition to this, educated people are open-minded and are able to listen and accept other people’s views regardless of the fact of how different they are. Education offers a possibility to live independently and thus be free. It is our shelter against financial storms and wrong decisions. 

10. Introducing Empowerment

Education is the key to turn a weakness into a strength. It offers different tools and ways to understand problems that lay ahead of us and helps resolve them. More importantly, education provides us with considerable mental agility to make the right decisions and spring into action when needed. Many types of research show that educated women can more easily stand up against gender bias and marital violence as they have improved their decision-making capabilities. 

 

Whether it is about respect, a higher position in society and a professional environment, financial security, family stability, education provides all of these and much more. Home stability provided by owning your own home helps children who grew up in their own houses or apartments become more successful. They are more likely to graduate high school (25%) and finish college (116%). “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” as Nelson Mandela said. It helps people become better citizens, get a better-paid job, shows the difference between good and bad. Education shows us the importance of hard work and, at the same time, helps us grow and develop. Thus, we are able to shape a better society to live in by knowing and respecting rights, laws, and regulations. Learning languages through educational processes helps interact with different people in order to exchange ideas, knowledge, good practices. It teaches us to live in harmony.

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15 Reasons Why Do We Go to School

We have heard since our childhood that we must go to school. Sometimes, our parents even have to push us for this. All of us know what is school, but at some point, we all wonder why is school important, why schooling is important, and why do we go to school.

Well, there are many reasons for this. Apart from providing education, schools play an essential role in a child’s psychological, mental, and social development. It may sometimes feel annoying to follow the same schedule every day and complete a dozen homework, but it all makes sense once school ends.

The repetitive work, time-bound schedule, and hard work pay off when we reach later stages of our lives. It makes lives more comfortable and provides us with enough fortune to give back to society and help the underprivileged.

School opens many doors to opportunity. The one who misses school can lose other chances to grow and develop as a well-mannered and successful person.

This article will discuss the importance of school and the importance of education in life.

Why is School Important in Our Life?

Gaining More Knowledge

Required for Higher Education

Better Employment Opportunities

Increase Your Income

Living a Well-Off and Comfortable Life

Develop Critical Problem-Solving Skills

Why is School Important to Our Society?

Educated Society

Equality

Giving Back to Society

Economic Growth and Development

Why is School Important for Socialization?

Manners and Discipline

Why is School Important in Child Development?

Develop Mental Abilities

Develop Social Skills

Increase Physical Activities

Overall Development

Why Do We Go to School? (Summing-Up)

We cannot determine or calculate the importance of schooling based only on monetary success and degrees. Schools are also essential for developing a child’s personality and teaching him/her how to handle real-life challenges.

A well-educated person gets a chance to improve his life’s quality and make the right decisions. Here are some points to throw light on why is going to school important.

Gaining More Knowledge

A school is a place where we learn about the importance of education in life. The wide range of subjects (like mathematics, science, history, geography, literature, etc.) allows us to learn different languages and receive knowledge about other parts of the world.

It also gives young minds a chance to narrow down which subject they like the most and find their passion in life.

Required for Higher Education

Once a child has completed schooling, he can pursue higher education to open more doors of opportunities. It will help him follow his passion and lead a comfortable and fulfilling life. Higher education will give him specialization in his chosen field and enhance his skills.

Better Employment Opportunities

Money is essential for living a healthy and fulfilling life. It sure can’t buy happiness, but it will buy things that will make your life easier and comfortable. The higher educational qualification will lead you to higher-paying jobs.

Schooling is an essential and fundamental step towards getting a higher education. In its absence, a child can stick to entry-level jobs or low-paying jobs. These jobs usually have increased competition and can fulfill the primary necessities of a person. But it will not provide him with more opportunities to grow and prosper in life.

Increase Your Income

As we discussed, highly educated people get the opportunity to get better-paying jobs. These jobs fulfill the basic requirements of the person and help lead a comfortable life.

If you work hard to gain knowledge and learn more skills in school, everything else will become easier later in life. Even most employers pay according to the skill sets and qualifications you have earned along your educational journey. The better you have performed or invested time in gaining knowledge, the higher you have a chance to score.

Living a Well-Off and Comfortable Life

Living a prosperous and comfortable life is another reason why is it important to go to school. Everything from primary education to high-paying jobs leads to happiness. It will give a person enough financial security and resources to invest in the business and buy luxuries like an elegant apartment or a dream car.

Having financial security can help anyone secure his family’s future and provide them a stable environment for their mental well-being.

Develop Critical Problem-Solving Skills

One day we have to leave our parent’s home and become independent. When we do that, we have to make all our decisions ourselves and face life challenges. The one who has gone to school and spent days learning and gaining knowledge can independently handle life situations.

The school trains us to develop efficient critical thinking and teaches us problem-solving skills to deal with daily life challenges. A well-educated person will also find it easy to take care of his family and provide for them as an adult.

The importance of schooling is not limited only to personal growth, but it also impacts the community. A well-educated person can indulge in different fields like arts, literature, science, and technology and contribute to the well-being and development of society.

Below are some points that will shed light on the importance of schools in the community –

Educated Society

Learning different skills and gaining knowledge about various topics contribute to making a modern society. This knowledge makes us aware of the traditions, culture, and history of the region (where you belong) and helps us differentiate between right and wrong.

A well-educated person can also lead society on the right path and fight for underprivileged people’s rights.

Equality

We gain knowledge on various topics in schools, including different cultures and traditions found across other regions of the world. This knowledge educates young minds and develops a sense of equality in them.

These young minds grow up to be great leaders and contribute to society and the whole country. They can educate others, stop the wrong-doings, and push others on the right path. A well-educated person appreciates people belonging to different regions and backgrounds and teaches others to do the same.

Giving Back to Society

The ones who have gone to school know about the different problems faced by society and understand the need for a stable community. These bright minds can indulge in projects from various fields and contribute to the development of society as a whole.

Economic Growth and Development

As discussed above, a well-educated and skilled person has more chances of getting high-paying jobs. These high wage earners can contribute more to the development of society by paying tax regularly.

A society having a higher number of high wage earners will have better money circulation. It will produce more jobs and give a boost to economic growth.

Socialization educates young minds about values, cultures, attitudes, beliefs, and other criteria of a particular culture. It also teaches us different behaviors and about which ones are appropriate or standard at societal and individual levels. Mainly it is classified into two groups: Primary and Secondary Socialization.

In Primary Socialization, a child learns about different behaviors and social aspects from his/her family. Here, the child learns to socialize, acquires his first language, learn about his individual personality, and develops cognitive skills. The family also teaches him cultural valuations and specific social roles.

In Secondary Socialization, the child learns about different behaviors and social aspects when he/she joins the school. The family is the only factor influencing the actions of the child (at primary socialization). But when he enters school and gets in touch with teachers and fellow children, he develops social interaction skills.

Manners and Discipline

When a child joins the school, he follows a strict routine, which develops discipline in him. He learns to obey and respect the school authority because he knows that he will be punished for not following the instructions. A similar behavior makes the child a law-abiding citizen when he grows up.

The importance of school is not limited to here. The institution also contributes to making a child emotionally, socially, and intellectually skilled.

Today’s children are tomorrow’s adults. They can contribute more to the coming future and make it a safe place to live. But for this, they must have the right skill sets and knowledge. It is where the importance of schooling comes in.

A child gets a balanced education in the school, which is beneficial for promoting his mental and psychological growth. Here, the child learns academics, and it also develops a wide range of life skills (such as teamwork, unity, responsibility, sharing, and good manners) in him. Below are some points on the importance of school for a child’s development.

Develop Mental Abilities

Children get a chance to gain knowledge on various topics when they join the school. They usually learn about multiple fields of education like psychology, literature, history, mathematics, politics, economics, etc. The wide selection of topics develops their thought process.

For example, a child studying economics will understand different aspects of finances and learn how the world functions in monetary terms. This topic teaches a child how to handle separate finances and make him financially sound.

Develop Social Skills

Children meet a different group of people (from teacher to fellow students) in the school and learn different socializing behaviors. Here, they also get exposed to different views and perceptions of teachers and other children. They learn social skills like empathy, friendship, teamwork, and assistance, which help in the development of their personality as they grow.

Increase Physical Activities

After birth, a child goes through many stages of growth, including physical development. When the child joins the school, he gets involved in different activities like exercise, sports, etc., which further develops his physical health.

For example, children often participate in the school’s sporting events like football, basketball, baseball, athletics, etc. These events may help in the further growth of the child. If you ask the world’s greatest athletes, even they’ll tell you that they developed their talents and skills in school before becoming professionals.

Overall Development

Some people think that schools are essential only for learning academics. But a child learns way more than subjects like politics, history, arts, science, etc. A school provides a wide range of interests, which helps a kid recognize his passion in the early stages of his life.

It also helps them develop an individual personality, differentiate between right or wrong, take decisions independently, and become a better person. A child learns to use his creativity and idea to build something exciting and unique.

We start learning from early stages in our lives and continue to learn throughout our lives. But the education provided at pre-school programs acts as a foundation for learning later in life. The learning process continues in senior school, but by the time he joins college, he is already prepared to face different aspects of their adult life.

Everyone knows the importance of education in life, and every kid has the right to get it. We must also not forget that educated youth is the backbone of any country. It develops the overall personality of the child and develops independent thinking in them. The learning of different subjects at school helps gain knowledge and drive long-term economic development in society.

It makes the child aware of different cultures and traditions, which develop a sense of equality in them. So, we must not undervalue the importance of school.

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Today’s Wonder of the Day was inspired by Rebecca from AL. Rebecca Wonders, “who created school?” Thanks for WONDERing with us, Rebecca!

Why was school created? We’re sure that’s a question that every student asks from time to time. Especially on tough test days, many students WONDER exactly why they’re being subjected to such cruel and unusual punishment!

If you’re honest with yourself, though, you know what a great place school is. You have fun, learn all sorts of interesting things, and get to spend quality time with your friends. Sure, tests can be stressful, but think of how boring life would be if you didn’t get to learn new things and see other people so often!

Schools are not a new invention. You may have seen some old one-room schoolhouses that have been around for a couple hundred years or more. The earliest schools, though, date back thousands of years!

In fact, education dates back to the very first humans ever to inhabit Earth. Why? To survive, every generation has found it necessary to pass on its accumulated knowledge, skills, values, and traditions to the next generation. How can they do this? Education! Each subsequent generation must be taught these things.

The earliest human beings didn’t need schools to pass along information. They educated youngsters on an individual basis within the family unit. Over time, however, populations grew and societies formed.

Rather than every family being individually responsible for education, people soon figured out that it would be easier and more efficient to have a small group of adults teach a larger group of children. In this way, the concept of the school was born.

Ancient schools weren’t like the schools we know today, though. The earliest schools often focused more on teaching skills and passing along religious values, rather than teaching specific subject areas like is common today.

In the United States, the first schools began in the 13 original colonies in the 17th century. For example, Boston Latin School, which was founded in 1635, was the first public school and the oldest existing school in the country.

The earliest schools focused on reading, writing, and mathematics. The New England colonies led the way in requiring towns to set up schools. The Massachusetts Bay Colony made basic education a requirement in 1642. However, many of the earliest schools were only for boys, and there were usually few, if any, options for girls.

After the American Revolution, education became a higher priority. States quickly began to establish public schools. School systems were not uniform, however, and would often vary greatly from state to state.

Credit for our modern version of the school system usually goes to Horace Mann. When he became Secretary of Education in Massachusetts in 1837, he set forth his vision for a system of professional teachers who would teach students an organized curriculum of basic content. For this reason, Mann is often called the “Father of the Common School Movement.”

Many other states quickly followed Mann’s system he instituted in Massachusetts. More and more states began to require school attendance. By 1918, every state required students to complete elementary school. Educational improvements grew by leaps and bounds during the 20th century, leading to the advanced systems we enjoy today.

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School is in session and it’s time to grab some friends and family members to help you explore the following fun activities:

  • Field trip time! Ask an adult friend or family member to take you on a driving tour of local schools. Sure, you’re familiar with your current school, but what will your next school look like? What do the schools in other nearby towns look like? Have fun driving around and comparing the different schools in your area.
  • How much do you love your school? Make a list of the top five things you love the most about your school. Share your thoughts with a teacher or administrator. Then make a list of five areas where your school could improve. Instead of sharing those ideas, brainstorm some things that YOU could do to make things better. When you have some solid ideas for improvements, ask a teacher or administrator for help implementing one or more of your ideas. Have fun being the change you want to see in your school!
  • Up for a challenge? You’re in charge of public education in your city. You don’t have to do anything like the way things have always been done. You just have to make sure that children receive the education they need to succeed in today’s society. What system would you put in place? Would you create schools? Or would you do something completely different? Give it some thought and write a short description of what system you would create and why you would make the decisions you’d make. Have fun thinking about education from a new perspective!

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“Why do we need a school?” and 4 more questions to parents who are thinking about homeschooling

An unequivocal answer to the question “why do we need a school?” give hard. For some parents, this is a place where the child will gain knowledge about the world or be able to deal with himself, for others, it is a way to free himself from additional burdens. Understanding the purpose of the school for parents and children can differ dramatically, and this point should be taken into account when choosing the form of education for your child. Over the past few years, people in Ukraine have been talking more and more about homeschooling. The format of home learning is actively supported by the advocacy campaign “Osvitniy experiment”. Its founder, coordinator of social and reform projects, Anastasia Leukhina, is the mother of 13-year-old Klim, who left school 4 years ago. Looking back at the experience of these years, she formulated five questions, the answers to which should help parents and children find a form of education that is convenient for them.

1. Why do you need a child, and why do you need a child?

In this question, I have identified for myself three priority aspects that you should look at when choosing a training format.

Subjectivity : who makes decisions and influences? Is your child a subject or an object? Does he make decisions himself, or do you do it for him? By answering these questions, you will understand for yourself who is responsible for the choice, and who decides how to study.

Strength : do you need a child to feel his strength, or to help him feel his own? In the relationship between parents and children, manifestations of power are very different, and awareness is important here. Family models are all different, and I’m not saying that some of them are good and some are bad. But I think that parents who need a child to show their strength should in no case transfer it to home schooling.

Freedom : How do you feel about your child’s freedom? This moment intersects with subjectivity. If you give a child freedom, then he is an object. If you respect her, then he is a subject. In fact, it is about how much you trust the child in what choice he will make and how he will live with the consequences of this choice.

2. What is a school?

Are they people? Is this space? Is it knowledge? We are used to the fact that everyone goes to school for some time, but, depending on different tasks, the school can be very different. If we see in school a place for the personal growth of a child, then we need to understand in what direction should his personality grow? If we are talking about knowledge, then what meaning should it have for a child? When you transition to home schooling, you need to make a decision about how to allocate resources of time and money. The answers may be different and ambiguous, but it is important to follow them.

3. Why do you and your child need school?

The answers to this question for a parent and a child can be completely different. For a parent, a school can be a kind of left-luggage office, a free babysitting. Or a place where the child will be filled with knowledge, but again, what kind of knowledge? There is another option when the parent does not cope with the upbringing, and sends the child to school to be trained.

A child may have completely different goals at school. For example, make friends, or run away from home because it’s uncomfortable there, or try something harmful and forbidden, because you can’t at home. These goals are not at all related to either knowledge or the educational process.

There is no one answer here, this question opens up many facets for reasoning. We used to think that the school prepares the child for the future, but we must admit that we cannot predict what it will be. Therefore, it is worth honestly admitting to ourselves that we do not know what to prepare a child for. This made me feel better immediately.

4. What is the learning hypothesis?

At work, I came across such a concept as the development hypothesis. Everything is built on the principle: if I focus my attention on one thing, then in the end I expect to get something else. It does not always materialize, hence the hypothesis, but at the same time it can be a filter for the decisions you make.

Construct this hypothesis for yourself and your child. It will help you answer questions about how to prioritize, where to allocate resources, how to organize time, whether to look for a tutor, and how to measure results. Depending on what you want to get out of it – a healthy personality, a calm child, or an over-the-top smart child – you will need to invest completely different resources.

With Klim, I immediately clearly built a priority, and it was not in the intellect or grades, but in the emotional development of the mind and body. My hypothesis was: “If a child has a high level of emotional intelligence, can cope with his own and other people’s feelings, learns to work on his body, then he will cope with any challenges that appear on his way.”

5. What kind of socialization does your child need?

Socialization is different, and it does not always have a positive effect on children. Children get a lot of socialization from relationships with teachers. But I realized that at Klim’s school it was purely a training for submission – a standard approach convenient for teachers. I didn’t want my child to be made into a soldier who was afraid to say no.

The second side of socialization at school is the relationship with children. When we imagine a school, we often see a space where children play, exchange thoughts and help each other out in any situation. Looks great, but is it really? We know very little about what kind of relationships are built between children at school. Here it is important to ask yourself a couple of questions. First, do you want your child to go through bullying and abuse in school to build character and prepare for real life? Because for some children it really strengthens, but for others it is a trauma for life. And, secondly, is it important to you that the child learns to cope with his aggression and direct it to others? For me, this is a very debatable point. Many children after all this will need the help of a psychotherapist. Whether you have enough funds for this is another important question.

Prepared by Maria Pedorenko

– Read Takozh: Homeschooling: 5 Foolders to adversaries, Yaki turned up a house owl

Why the school is important for the child’s development (Full Description)

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Below you will see why school matters . The following factors will be reflected in the school curriculum, which greatly contribute to the development of young minds.

The school plays a very important role in the life of every person and in the development of the child. Today’s children are the future of tomorrow.

The role of the school in our lives , the school, arouses interest and gives them the opportunity to become successful people. The expansion of the new education system is similar to the development of our society. It is well known that the method of learning is essential for defining personality and coping with life’s circumstances. The transition from book literacy to the experience of existence has caused a wave of shifts in schools.

People understand that learning is the secret to positive growth, not a means of graduating and achieving material advancement in life.

Education requires the formation of a positive chain of thought and the improvement of our cognitive skills. Let’s look at the importance of the directions coming from the teaching of the school.

Importance of education

The school plays a very important role in the education of children. This is a basic guide for teaching children. It offers them the opportunity to learn about various fields of education including human, literature, culture, mathematics, politics and a number of other topics. This helps to improve the reasoning mechanism. If you are exposed to stimuli from different cultures, the environment and life become huge.

School education should pay special attention to certain aspects

Social aspect

School is the first opportunity for a child to socialize. By then, the only people with whom the infant has interpersonal contact are the parents and members of the extended family.

Awareness

Fresh concepts are introduced not only to children in schools, but also to elderly fellow countrymen. This gives rise to social behaviors such as empathy, communication, participation, and encouragement that are essential in adulthood.

Mental aspect

School is the basic foundation of knowledge for children. It provides an opportunity to learn about various fields of education, including people, literature, culture, mathematics, politics and a number of other topics. This contributes to the development of thought processes in children.

Physical

The fetus is biologically formed after pregnancy.

Although there is a small outlet in the house, the child must still direct his energy through more sociable directions at school.

Research has shown that although the boy is ready for spontaneous outbursts in a comfortable environment, he continues to behave better only when he is introduced to people of the same generation.

Moreover, familiarity helps circumstances to be used to one’s advantage when the gender in the school is evened out.

In addition, children can use their unlimited energy for something positive through activities such as sports, crafts.

In the past, schools were seen as places where incidents could be studied throughout history, difficult math questions answered, poetry or sonnets recited.

The student knows how to follow the traditional course of study in the scenario of the modern staged development of his body.

Children are encouraged to develop their own consciousness and interest is maintained through a modular curriculum.

Much attention is paid to the value of creativity. Game tasks and an interactive program contribute to the formation of a mature cognitive basis.

Understanding the existence of life is also related to learning. We can benefit from our parents to some extent, but in an educational setting, children are exposed to a variety of sources from which they can get more information that is important for their growth. The school is also important in order to instill in children a life among people, an understanding of people in general.

General development

The cornerstone of any culture is education.

Education is responsible for the economic and social progress of society as a whole, as well as for political development. The thread of the development of society will be based on the standard of education. Thus, schools play an important role in defining the culture of a country as its potential people flourish everywhere.

Some benefits of the school are as follows

  • In response to why school is important schools play an important role in human development. When they communicate with others, everyone knows things. In college they study the material. Moreover, it is an informal way of teaching a person. System requirements for training need discussion.
  • Schools provide much of the structured education needed to survive in a culture. It helps the individual to develop his/her academic ability so that he can support the society. Thus, the child can act in society. Education also prepares students to meet other people so they can experience different experiences, values, and feelings.
  • School education helps a person to recognize differences and similarities with other cultures. Helps to appreciate the ideas and traditions of other people. We will exist in harmony and good will with each other, loving each other.
  • Study improves speech and a person’s confidence. Teaching and discussing the understanding of what has been learned is one way to make friends. Usually these helpers stay with you throughout your life. Schools are the cornerstone of human mental and physical development.

University scientists

Schools teach important sciences such as algebra and mother tongue.

  • This applies to many areas such as education, science, law and industry. Schools open the universe to students in many areas. Students choose and travel to college to learn more about their topics. If you decide to resume your studies, you will enjoy your chosen topic in the research project.
  • Anyone can still use people’s prior knowledge to build a more organized set of parts in a particular area. The school lays the foundations of the curriculum and then focuses on the ideal theme in the universities. People who learn and use their knowledge find it easier to find a job. Qualification-based jobs are given to those who are most academically successful.
  • School is one of the strongest opportunities to improve a person’s skills. It improves the person intellectually and academically, giving him a benefit when questioning him or her. Effective interviews mean they will do what they want. As an engaged part of the community, they will help build themselves and those around them.

Differences in learning and understanding of the value of schools of comparison

  • Even so, the concept of good grades is usually a matter of academic attention. Students spend more time studying and knowing further tests instead of studying the material. Schools are moving away from the notion of mere grades; they even encourage children to coexist. Children from different racial backgrounds come from different cultures in colleges.
  • You must learn to adapt and control yourself. The school shows us that we have certain connections, even with individual stories. A person’s beliefs, skin color, caste, or opinion can reflect the image of another person. School allows us to debunk myths and teach us that we are both individuals with many characteristics.
  • It doesn’t mean that you have a certain society that destroys all societies. Similarly, a belief is a set of beliefs that do not really seek to actively compete with those who hold that belief. This allows you to see past limited views that contribute to confrontation and social problems.
  • This brings us closer to talking about our problems. Problems such as malnutrition, hunger and disease are among the most prevalent in some countries. Schools demonstrate that through our coexistence these problems will be easily solved and the world will be healthier for everyone. The context and culture of different cultures can be explored through education. We will learn to work with them by learning.

Vocal and reliable

When you understand information, it’s easier to talk to others. His feelings and suggestions became clearer. It affects people and the culture also develops accordingly.

Learning new things makes people remember what surrounds them. You won’t fully grasp what’s around you until you think about it.

  • In the same way, the study of other sciences and social principles teaches a person. A knowledgeable citizen is more confident in his relationships. He understands what these factors influence, what can be improved to change it. We must learn to deal with it and act, because we cannot personally influence it.
  • This strengthens the person’s voice in his experience and he is more optimistic that his time at school will inspire him. The more you dedicate to understanding something, the more adept you are at that topic. You will talk to the people around you with more ease and confidence. This encourages a person to raise his voice in society and in his own interests.

Friends

Importance of school in our life Life without friends is not complete. School can be the best place to make friends with what you love the most. When you grow up like other people, you have fun memories and activities. These friends support you in solving your life problems. If you find it difficult to solve a problem on your own, friends will make it easier.

  • You come out of your shell and do things. It’s still nice to travel with friends to different places; the school gives students friends and planned trips. This helps break the daily cycle and evaluate the business during those visits.
  • Friends help you solve life’s problems. Later, you even get to know each other at school and university, but in childhood, comrades also predominate. The hostile climate makes it difficult for students to maintain friendships at college and university.
  • On the other hand, classmates do not have any problems, so they are more united and healthy. Students encourage you to create your own improved edition.
  • Coordinator of student and community life for most people. It shows them how everything works around them. When you tell them about the differences and similarities between people, you are learning how to speak in a community. In the field of education, one learns to speak and understand the problems that a culture faces.
  • School helps a person to read and understand different things in life. You learn to communicate with other people. Schools often demonstrate that the universe is vast in scale beyond the horizon.

Conclusion

When the school is important, the school guarantees a bright future for children. It offers the knowledge to create your own life as well as to support those around you.

Do our children need a school? / Habr

For most of us, the school exists only in memories, so we do not often think about it as a public institution, its meaning and goals in the modern world. Many perceive it as a given, an integral part of life. But is it so now?

It is worth starting the story with the origin of the phenomenon. Humanity has long sought to transfer knowledge to the next generations. The most ancient method, oral transmission, has well-known shortcomings, such as the effect of a broken telephone, physical limitations in volume. In this scheme, the brain acts as a “flash drive”. It is loaded with all the knowledge of the population, in the hope that at the right moment a person will remember and isolate the specifically necessary ones. The appearance of books, ancient clay tablets of Mesopotamia, papyri and parchments of the Mediterranean, did not change the situation much. They were expensive (especially good parchment) and accessible to a limited part of the population. There was a pattern, one book – one copy. Copying a copy was an incredibly long and labor-intensive task. Why, of all the books of the Ancient World, only the Code of Hammurabi, the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Bible and a stack of Greek poems have come down to us? Because only they bothered to duplicate in sufficient quantities, and all the other books that existed then, for the most part, were lost.

In the Middle Ages, the ability to read and write was considered the prerogative of monks, and books were accordingly kept and copied in monasteries. Even many kings could not read. Here we come close to the emergence of the modern school. Yes, do not be surprised, the school, and then the university, arose in the Middle Ages precisely as parochial institutions. They almost did not differ from modern ones, the same lecturer-teacher in the center, and around him behind the benches students-pupils sat and listened. There could be no other form of education when access to books is limited and every book is a treasure. It was physically impossible to give all students a book. The lecturer-teacher naturally acted as a layer between all the books he read and the students, actually retelling the book aloud. Naturally, the students had to load all this into themselves by heart, because in their later life, access to books might not have been foreseen. That is why a “good education” was so valued.

Everything changed radically with the invention of printing. It democratized the transmission of knowledge and made books available to anyone who could read. The very first series of printed bibles was enough to unleash religious wars throughout Europe in the 16th century. After the collapse of the monopoly of the Catholic Church, the school came under the wing of the state, where illiterate children from the lower strata of the population were taught to read and write for free. Why such generosity on the part of the authorities? After all, teaching to read with one hand, with the other, they continuously persecuted and forbade reading either the Bible, or the writings of freethinkers, or Protestants, or supporters of free trade, or scientists, depending on the mood and views of those in power at a particular moment. The answer lies in the concept of “you can not win – lead.” Students are not only given basic knowledge of counting and writing, but also indoctrinated the way of behavior in society, redefined concepts of good and evil. You don’t have to look far for examples, take and look through any social studies textbook (mandatory subject). There you can learn a lot of things that will surprise many of us, for example, that children are instilled which political system is better than others, that the economy supposedly should depend on the state, “Our Motherland is a democratic and modern country.” It comes down to obvious sympathy for specific persons of modern politics “Accelerated economic growth is observed with the coming to power of N.”

I would like to draw your attention here to the very term “education”. In Russian, this is a derivative of the word “image” and literally means “to form according to something”, “to put an image [into a person]”, and “to bring [a person] into line with an image”. I leave the question open, what kind of image is this and who benefits from it? The very thinking of our children and future generations depends on the answer. With what people and in what country we will live. Education opens up endless possibilities for manipulating the gullible mind of a child.

If the advent of printing democratized the transfer of knowledge thousands of times, then the advent of the Internet – many millions of times. The situation when one physical device has access to almost all texts known to mankind, and moreover to video materials, sharply raises the question of the very need for schools with renewed vigor. In most schools, the teacher retells what is already publicly available in the textbook, and the students rewrite his words. Just like in the Middle Ages. The “teacher-remembering listeners” scheme is obsolete and looks in our time like the last sailing ships looked like in the era of steamships.

The world has changed and the Internet has become a part of life, just like electricity used to be. We do not worry that the Internet will disappear at the same time for everyone, that all servers will fail at once. There is no longer a need to turn your brain into a flash drive for useless information on the principle of “maybe it will come in handy in the future.” Any book, any textbook can be read safely and for free on the Internet. Any knowledge can be obtained instantly upon request in Google. Even for professional developers, climbing Stackoverflow is completely normal. You just need to know the basic things and be able to read. All monotonous homework has completely lost its meaning in our time. The Internet provides a choice of knowledge, of a much better quality than the teacher says. YouTube is full of videos where the teacher talks nonsense and gag, and when the student finds the correct answer on the Internet, he starts to shut his mouth and take away the phone. This situation is not normal and we should not tolerate the relics of the past.

Why, in the modern world, keep our children for so unreasonably long, five hours a day, for eleven years in a row, in an institution that looks remarkably like a prison and force them to memorize strange and often useless things? Forced to stand up, stretched out in front of a teacher, a person who did not manage to enter anywhere except the Pedagogical Institute? The well-known saying “no mind – go to the ped” was born for a reason, but because pedagogical universities have always had the lowest passing score. An enclosed space where children are forcibly placed and held, sitting hunched over in an unnatural position behind narrow desks – the worst approach to education one can imagine. Of course, in violent institutions such as schools (or the army) there have always been and will continue to be informal hierarchies of “leaders” gaining rankings among their peers by oppressing those who fail to suck up or fight back. The school brings up doubly pathological conformists, who are accustomed to endure the oppression of both teachers and peers. Such people cannot grow up free, and the people who send their children to schools will never be free!

I’m not advising you to give up formal education for your children, but it’s definitely worth considering other options than school. For example, over home education, after which the child receives exactly the same certificate. Anticipating comments about the need for socialization, I will note in advance that the sports section + hobby groups will help here much better than sitting your child with a randomly selected set of children, among which there will be outright gopota. The attitude will always be friendlier where there is a common goal and desire than where there is only coercion from the common. Among the compromise options are private schools with a client-oriented approach, and individual tutors. And may forced schools be a thing of the past, just as the twelve-hour day, slavery, and child labor are gone. Once having learned to read, each person chooses what exactly he is interested in. Based on this, he can build his life without imposed prejudices.

School is a dull and stupid occupation in 2022. Is this true or not?

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Hello, ladies and gentlemen, today I want to talk about school education in Russia and why it is bad. It won’t be easy, but I’ll try. At first I wanted to shove research into the article, all sorts of ratings, but then I realized that the same PISA estimates were somewhat behind the reality.

Many students think that school is useless crap. Many adults, years later, recognize the rightness of schoolchildren, others begin to “defend” education, believing that the school gave them something.

I’ll point it out right away: I don’t think the school is worth guano, it was definitely useful, but at the same time it was possible to get more useful knowledge. I declare responsibly: the school is seriously behind the times and does not correspond to current realities.

1 Why primary and secondary schools are useless in their current state

1.1 Let’s start with history

1.2 School subjects

1.3 We were stuffed with useless knowledge!

1.4 School delivery problems

1.5 Funding

1.6 Lack of development

2 Criticize – suggest

3 Finally

Why elementary and secondary schools are useless in their current state

I tell you right away: the problem is global. The US authorities, for example, have acknowledged that their primary education is stagnating and serious reforms are needed. The authorities of Sweden and even Finland, which, by the way, consider primary and secondary education to be one of the best in the world, are also seriously considering how to improve it and make it more useful.

In Russia they yell about the best school education, although they don’t actually teach anything useful.

Loud statement? Let’s justify our point of view.

Let’s start with history

In general, almost all European countries at the beginning of the 20th century experienced similar processes. The current Russian school education originated at the beginning of the last century. For example, the prototype of modern education in the USSR appeared only in 1919 on the basis of a parochial school, respectively, inherited all the problems of that learning process. In Europe and the USA, the processes of origin were similar.

But let’s talk about Russia. The USSR finalized schools and managed to make a single standard for everyone only in 1934. And, by the way, the USSR was one of the first to bring school education to that level.

It was then that the modern process of schooling was born.

Oh, those happy faces of schoolchildren! You can immediately see how much science loves to gnaw at the granite!

Yes, there were similar schools before, but they absolutely did not correspond to the industrial era, which did not allow saturating the markets with qualified specialists.

It was the reform of education that made the USSR from an agrarian country to one of the leading industrial ones.

And this, perhaps, was one of the most outstanding achievements of the USSR. Without exaggeration. They managed to create an education system that could saturate the country with excellent personnel and bring it to a competitive level with the world market, even getting ahead in some places.

Similar processes took place in Western countries. As a result, the market has become more efficient, more scientists have appeared, and the dynamics of human development has increased significantly.

The world has become postindustrial. Computer technology has come into play. Of course, some underestimate the advent of computing technology, but this was a revolution that made it possible not only to obtain data, but to analyze such huge arrays that no one could handle.

Yes, the emergence of computers has become a real revolution! Humanity’s step forward, and a huge step at that.

Supercomputer Cray-1

We got the opportunity to work with huge amounts of information, to conduct detailed analytics of more complex events.

The advent of the computer has become a revolution for all areas of science without exception. And since the invention of the first transistor, mankind has received a greater cumulative amount of knowledge than in the entire history of mankind before that. And now I speak without exaggeration.

But there is one problem: education for the industrial age.

School subjects

We had many subjects:

  • mathematics;

  • Russian;

  • literature;

  • physics;

  • chemistry;

  • geometry;

  • music;

  • fine arts;

  • life safety basics;

  • natural science developed into biology;

  • history;

  • social science.

In general, you will get tired of listing, but the fact remains that such a number of items does not make a person the owner of wide knowledge. It doesn’t get smarter either, because bare knowledge without practice is useless.

Our brain is like a computer. He has a short-term memory (something like a RAM), which perceives information “here and now”, and there is a long-term one, which remembers for a longer period (hard disk).

Our memory works in a peculiar way. To remember something for a long time, you need to constantly apply this something.

Conditionally learned to play the guitar for about six months, then quit for 3 years, as a result, it is easier for us to remember some things, but muscle memory, as well as some of the knowledge, has already gone. If you quit the game for 10 years, it will be even harder to restore skills.

With theoretical knowledge, things are even worse. Everything that we do not need in practice, the brain does not consider important information and “rubs” in order to make room for more important information.

Judging by research, our brain only holds the basis needed to quickly restore lost skills. For example, humanists, remember what quadratic functions are? What is an infinitely decreasing geometric progression? Well, let’s simplify: what is a geometric progression?

Mathematicians, what books of Tolstoy do we remember? What about criticism of Belinsky? What’s from history? Geography? Remember Social Science? What is the Lorentz Force?

Yes, someone will remember something, but the fact is that I didn’t need to know if crabs grow shells or not, and that was in biology class. I completely forgot about chemistry. And many other people, probably, too.

Our brain does not keep useless information in our heads. Like a hard drive, a limited amount of data can be crammed into the brain. That is why we do not have detailed memories of childhood, especially of an early age, for the same reason we forget everything that we do not use on an ongoing basis.

So far they are happy with the school

And now about the school program. It is insanely stretched, the first 2 classes are almost identical, a lot of repetition of the same materials. To be honest, the program of the first five classes can be easily reduced to 3, and the high school program can also be cut by a couple of years.

Yes, repetition is the mother of learning, this is how the school tries to consolidate knowledge.

The problem is that this knowledge, which the school stubbornly tries to hammer in, will fly out of the head after it. It is enough to go through the tops, to study what we will use on an ongoing basis:

  • Russian;

  • reading;

  • arithmetic.

Everything else is from the evil one. Of course, now fans will fly in to say that at school they are trying to develop skills as multifaceted as possible, to give the amount of information that will allow them to choose any profession in the future.

But no. Here I also have bad news: a lot of knowledge is given, but they do not differ in breadth. Rather, some directions take away time from schoolchildren for what they might like more.

Let’s face it: is there a philosophy at school? Maybe it will be more useful than literature? What about the economy? Why not study it? Wouldn’t psychology be more useful than biology? Why do we study exactly those subjects that are in the program, are they more useful than other sciences?

Sciences – a huge amount. And those subjects that are in the school curriculum, even from the point of view of practicality, do not look more useful than other areas. And the study of material that is useless for a student will not make him smarter, but rather instill a dislike for learning.

We were stuffed with useless knowledge!

The world has seriously changed. There is such a huge amount of knowledge and directions in it that it will not work to cover even a few inches. This completely devalues ​​school knowledge, because all subjects in it are required. And there is nothing to choose from.

Conditionally, the child loves mathematics, physics, chemistry. Biology does not rest against him at all, but he is forced to learn it. Or maybe he would like to take up the study of human physiology instead of biology?

Someone likes to read science fiction, but is forced to read Tolstoy. The third does not like work, but he has to go to it. Why does a person need to know how to use a planer? For example, I did not like sharpening something on the machine, nor did I like to make stools. But he loved woodcarving.

Such a system has become due to the fact that earlier it was simply unrealistic to get systematized knowledge somewhere other than school. There were no courses yet (at best, you could find some kind of circle), the Internet, and also accessible textbooks.

And they tried to shove everything and more into the students, because then they simply won’t be able to find the information.

Now almost any knowledge with comments, explanations and other things is in the public domain, respectively, the current format of education no longer has a sacred meaning.

Firstly, all lessons in the format of “lectures” can be reduced to a simple video recording, and questions can be asked later, in a practical lesson. And even prepare something like F.A.Q., where there will be answers to typical questions.

Secondly, children should be given the right to choose subjects. Make basic ones that instill vital skills, for example, the Russian language, which will be responsible for the development of language knowledge and reading skills, an initial mathematics course, which will provide an opportunity to obtain the level of mathematics necessary for everyday tasks. Social science at the level of superficial knowledge of the laws and regulations of the state. And also in parallel to conduct a career guidance course, which will explain how the modern economy works, what professions exist, what are the pros and cons of each direction.

And then you need to be able to choose a set of items that are interesting! That is, a separate block of subjects for those who decided to delve into the physics and mathematics direction, a separate block for those who decided to go into the humanities, for those who decided to go into medicine – the third block.

Typical smart guy

But now some smart guy will object: “What if the student makes the wrong choice? Suddenly he doesn’t like biology, he wants to go into mathematics. Or, on the contrary, will a mathematician decide to go into biology?

Eh, our whole life is a path of continuous mistakes. And the child should be given the right to change direction at any time. But he will have to deal with the consequences of his decision himself.

Would you like to study mathematics? Let him catch up with the program. It looks difficult, but in practice, this option is much easier than trying to shove all the game that is in the current program into the student.

Therefore, the program should be seriously reduced. Let’s first remove useless items: life safety, labor, physical education. I do not argue that in the OBZh they are taught to provide first aid, to wield a planer or something else at work, and phys-ra is useful for the body. These are good electives, but there is nothing to do in the school curriculum for such subjects.

Let’s add history here, because this is a very subjective subject, given that history is written only by the winners. Let’s leave it as an elective, that is, at will.

We are removing computer science, anyway, the level of teachers does not even correspond to the knowledge of modern schoolchildren. We also send fine arts, all kinds of Orthodoxy lessons there. And now we have already won 8-12 hours a week. In today’s world, these items are optional.

Remove repetitions from the program, change its feed! Oops! What am I talking about?

Problems of presentation of material at school

Only axioms around! The school curriculum teaches us to take everything on faith. For example, in Finland, schools have a simpler task: to teach them to think. At first, they don’t even give grades. As far as I remember, there are no grading systems until the 6th grade.

Our task is to cram a lot of information without even explaining where it came from, why it is so and not otherwise.

I remember asking at the lesson why it is impossible to divide by zero. I was really interested. In response, he received: “Because it is impossible!”.

Okay, okay, shut up!

I found the answer in books, popular science literature. But it was still a shame, because my question did not imply anything bad. Then I was really wondering why, when multiplied by zero, we get zero, and division is generally taboo!

When I was arguing with a teacher of literature that “classics” differs from modern literature in terms of level like a steam locomotive from a modern express train in terms of speed, then they sculpted me a delicious deuce.

Nobody cares about your opinion, you were given information without explaining any principles, learn it. It is not necessary to think, the party has thought for you.

In fact, this is the main problem of our education. It works according to the old principle: to cram as much as possible. Such an approach can improve erudition, but can it be made smarter? Unlikely.

No one in school teaches you to work with sources, analyze information, search for it. But the skills of information search and analytics are now much more important than just knowledge.

Times are different now, and schoolchildren have changed a lot. Some say that the school gives a breadth of views and skills, but the fact is that the amount of knowledge humanity has now is such that in 11 years of school you do not acquire even a tenth of the knowledge that is really needed for life. And from the general knowledge of mankind you do not get even a thousandth of a percent.

Let’s be honest, how fast can you learn something right now if you need to? I think a year or two.

And at school the program is deliberately stretched out, because it is built on hammering theoretical knowledge into the head. And a person, with rare exceptions, remembers only in practice. That is, in order to study mathematics, it must be applied, but not in the abstract, in the style of “Vasya has 5 apples, Petya has 3”, but on specific tasks. Show the brain that the knowledge gained is applied and useful in life.

In fact, now it is worth giving work, and in the process of its implementation, help with theory. That is, to teach the basics of different professions. For example, by studying programming, you can pull up mathematics well, and you can also pull up mathematics by performing tasks related to the economy.

In this way one can learn any profession. For example, to give a child a try in journalism, which will teach the Russian language.

In terms of literature: read what you want. Despite the fact that I myself have read at least 1,500 books, most likely even noticeably more, I do not consider literature to be a wildly useful subject. It’s very individual. Some people like poetry, some like prose, some like fantasy, others like satire.

Literature is a separate topic altogether. Ours, as well as foreign classics, write for the most part for those people who have already managed to “feel” life. Schoolchildren are not interested in Tolstoy or Gogol. They still do not understand what is happening on the pages of their books.

In addition to school subjects, there are a lot of other interesting areas that develop no worse than school, and give no less benefits.

Modern education requires serious updating. Especially in terms of the presentation of the material. After all, what is the use of knowledge that is not kept in the head? How was Kievan Rus formed? What processes led to its formation, what were the prerequisites?

I think only a person who is interested in history can answer these questions. And if you liked to mount electrical appliances more?

The fact of the matter is that knowledge is acquired more efficiently when it is of interest to a specific person. I don’t like sushi or rolls and I can’t appreciate all the delights of Japanese cuisine, but I really like kebabs and shawarma.

Also with knowledge, you need to give a basis + according to interests. Schoolchildren should not be stuffed against their will with literature, geography, biology, etc.

Necessary knowledge + interest club is much more effective. Yes, it’s harder to organise, harder to track, but it will produce a better and more educated generation.

And now about the nuances.

Funding

Our market is not saturated with good teachers, because there are simply no people willing to work for food. Teaching is a difficult job, and incredibly difficult. You know, I remember back on Teacher’s Day, when we, high school students, were assigned to teach children from elementary grades, we began to understand that school is Hell not only for schoolchildren, but also for teachers.

The only way that helped to calm down a junior school student was when he came up and said that after school I would catch and beat him. But, you know, that’s not how things work.

It is frankly boring for schoolchildren to sit half a day at school, for children with perseverance it is very bad, and they prefer to receive knowledge in a playful way. Listening to the mournful speech of the teacher is akin to torture.

Where will teachers come from who will be absorbed in the thought of work, the desire to go to it, when all the thoughts are that they are already tired of checking the same type of homework, and also that in the middle of the month there will be nothing to feed themselves, children and a cat .

Okay, the salaries of teachers in Moscow are still normal in some places, in the Moscow Region they are noticeably worse, in the regions they are deplorable.

Teachers have to work in several shifts, in addition to lessons, extra-curricular activities, home inspections, they also have to fill out a bunch of papers and reports. In fact, teachers only have time to work and get a little sleep.

And if earlier I hated the evil teachers who completely discouraged me from studying.

Sit down, two!

Now I understand them. Yes, it used to be that they put two only because I have bad handwriting, accompanying this deuce with the phrase: “But before we wrote with a pen, you can’t even use a pen!”.

Now I take a pen in hand only if I need to sign. Calligraphy and calligraphy became unnecessary rudiments. I think paper will die out very soon.

Yes, I got a bad mark if I couldn’t figure out how to solve a problem right away. And the teachers, who simply weighed me in two ways, completely repulsed the desire to learn. Why waste time, learn something, if for any mistake you get two, and then, by the end of the quarter, you will be extended to three, so as not to spoil the reporting?

Yes, it was not a gift, absurd, restless, asking uncomfortable questions. I was avenged for this by lowering my grades. For example, for two mistakes in an essay I got a troiban, an excellent student – 4.

I used to hate my teachers for this, now I understand that they had neither the physical nor the moral strength to look for an approach to the students. And any schoolchild who cannot sit still was a curse for them, which they tried to calm down by any available means.

Many schoolchildren have the same problem now. They are bored, boring. Teachers who live on a penny are already morally burnt out and are not ready to teach in an interesting way.

For example, we had a wonderful historian. He spoke about all historical events in such a way that everyone listened without exception. He deliberately incited controversy, started discussions, forced to look at historical events from different points of view.

And everyone was interested. Unfortunately, he was the exception to the rule. I went to him on the subject with pleasure. Many others had to force myself to go.

Boring program, boring teachers, lots of useless items. All this is intertwined in the fact that for schoolchildren the educational process seems to be the most dull event in their life.

And teachers welcome only perseverance, diligence, so that they eat what they give. An interesting educational process is a problem that forces not just to retell the textbook, but to strain the convolutions, argue, convince, explain. And the tired and impoverished people, in fact, had no strength left.

Calling, but I also want to live normally!

In principle, the distinguished Prime Minister has already explained about the vocation. But the fact is that the vocation to “teach” is not only not normally paid, but also has little to do with studying now.

Teachers have other problems: reports, keeping electronic diaries, useless papers. The educational process has not been of interest to anyone for a long time, respectively, less and less forces are being put into it.

To be honest, in a poorly paid job, even a very interesting one, you burn out very quickly, because other everyday problems fall on you, eating up all your moral strength.

So, teachers, forgive me for those rays of hatred that I used to send. I didn’t have enough life experience to understand you, to sit quietly and enjoy even the crumbs of information that you give.

The current system is unable to teach effectively. Not only is there no individual approach, without which it is difficult to teach children anything, there are not even specialists who can turn the current educational process into an interesting event.

Lack of development

School education should change dramatically, but what do we see? The whole educational process turned into training:

I got into this rubbish when it was still an experiment (I really wanted to write another word, consonant). Yes, there were controls, sometimes there were tests. But not so often. In fact, all this was a test of knowledge …

… But the situation took on a funny twist. Children, instead of accumulating and accumulating knowledge, began to prepare simply for tests and controls. Everything accumulated splashed out on them, and then flew out of their heads completely.

And the same with the Unified State Examination and the OGE. I don’t really remember the school curriculum anymore. It didn’t work for me for the most part. And most of my friends too.

So these tests, which are mandatory for admission to any higher educational institution, do not reflect any real knowledge.

They are also conducted in such a way that the student experiences real stress. Let’s put it this way, the exam looks like this:

Well, the differences are minimal

Everything is under supervision, there are cameras everywhere, a step to the left, a step to the right – execution. Go to the toilet only under supervision. Personal items and smartphones are prohibited.

I think many people imagine how stressful the situation will be for a student.

The most important thing is that after the exam everything flies out of your head, completely, because the brain does not like to keep useless data and prefers to throw it out of your head. In less than a couple of years, most of what you stubbornly studied for 11 years will disappear completely. Do you feel the smell of wasted time?

You will be able to quickly remember something if necessary, and you can return other things only by re-studying almost from scratch. But most of it will still be unnecessary. And the gaps will have to be filled in adulthood.

If you criticize – offer

To be honest, many bright minds of mankind are now struggling with the reform of education. They consider an individual approach to be the most effective: to teach a person what he is personally interested in, the format of educational institutions is considered the best option to replace it with distance learning, which will allow you to receive any lessons from teachers that you like more. And to confirm knowledge with the help of intermediate tests.

There are even those who believe that it is worth confirming only the necessary knowledge, leaving the rest as an elective and periodically communicating with the student in order to simply find out what he has studied and what knowledge he has received.

Yes, adherents of Soviet education, which “provides an incredible breadth of knowledge, as well as extremely useful information,” of course, will not agree that most of the useless program should be reduced to the basis and given only what a person needs, and the rest should be provided by interest.

For example, it is very important to know where the Neva or Volga flows into.

I wonder if they manage to fill vacancies with normal specialists?

Yes, I know where these rivers flow, but does that knowledge make me a surveyor? Smart? In fact, only erudite. But even without these rivers, I have a lot of useless information in my head.

Some comrades can even carry a complete blizzard.

Fortunately, there is someone to besiege such clever people

Secondary and higher education have different goals. It’s just that now universities have begun to gradually throw garbage out of the program. For example, why would an engineer need a history lesson? Okay, let’s leave it for later, higher education is better considered as part of a separate material.

In pursuit!

And now let’s talk about the current state of primary and secondary education. Let’s start from the beginning.

It should give a general idea of ​​the world. That is, at this stage we begin to acquire the skills necessary for life, a little mathematics, a little languages, and attention should also be paid to the social structure, to explain what work is and why the world works this way. We get only the basis.

Secondary education should already provide more information about the world around, taking into account the interests of the student. Is your soul for music? We are preparing for it. Do you like basic sciences? Go ahead with the song.

Let’s be honest, we learned a lot at school. Both biology and computer science. What difference does it make if, instead of wasting time on this nonsense, you would devote more time to programming or philosophy, which you loved very much as a child?

You put yourself in a class for self-development, and let the student choose what to teach. More benefits, at the same time and interest will appear. Will you not study? If the child does not want to study, then it will not be so.

The format of “schools” is already outdated, for each subject it is necessary to allocate a course that the student can choose himself and pass at the speed with which he is comfortable. Somewhere there will be plugs, somewhere, on the contrary, it will grab faster.

All information should be publicly available, for example, school materials, where the teacher explains something, and can consult at the time appointed by the teacher, respectively, ask questions, receive answers, and also see what questions other students ask.

Along the way, introduce milestone controls, on which the student will be able to confirm that he studied, passed this course.

And now the most important thing: practice. Knowledge without practice is nothing! Most people still know arithmetic only because they are forced to calculate on their own. But I doubt that the majority is now able to even extract the discriminant.

Therefore, we fix any knowledge in practice. Concrete work. For example, does a child want to become a programmer? Let him write an engineering calculator that will calculate formulas automatically? Planning to become an engineer? Let him choose the right material for the bike frame.

You can come up with practical tasks that will not require too deep knowledge, but on a concrete example they will demonstrate that knowledge is useful.

Many students are tormented by the question “why am I studying this?”. Practice will clearly demonstrate why this process was started. And teach the child to work together.

What if they want to become farmers?

Obviously, Watson!

The whole school curriculum without practice is useless. You can lie about the breadth of knowledge, incredible erudition, etc. to me. Do not lie to yourself, only practice gives skills. And the child will remember this matter much better. And working on something will be much more interesting than just wiping a chair.

Yes, I am not an expert in this field, but I have seen for myself that practice allows you to learn knowledge faster and better than theory. And some researchers claim the same.

Children should not be punished for their mistakes. They learn from mistakes, they should not be afraid, on the contrary, let them admit it, and then, when you normally and humanly explain why a mistake was made and how to “prevent” it, the child will remember an order of magnitude better than if he is afraid to make a mistake, so as not catch a deuce in the diary.

And lastly: completion of secondary education. We do not value secondary specialized education, proud guys with useless university diplomas proudly turn up their noses and call the guys birdies.

In fact, most people with towers are employed in professions where a tower is not really needed. Does a sales manager need a tower? What about low power electrician? Or without 6 years of university you will not be able to learn elementary safety rules and Ohm’s law?

Precisely because we need a tower for any sneeze, and even the last fool who simply visits couples and brings in anyone who needs it can get an education, higher education has depreciated and McDonald’s is oversaturated with “specialists” with honors.

But I like the approach with the lyceums, which are starting to prepare a specialist. This approach, for example, is practiced in Finland, where education is considered one of the best.

In our country secondary specialized education is not valued, but in Europe, for example, most people prefer to receive it, because it hurt both for higher education and allows you to immediately start working in a certain specialty.

Finns also prefer lyceums, as you immediately prepare for the specialty that you plan to do.

Conditionally, we have a civil engineer. This is a specialist with higher education, who is engaged in large-scale work: supervision, design. But there is a position even younger: a construction technician who manages the team directly, for this a secondary specialized education is enough.

It is much more efficient not to prepare for the Unified State Examination in grades 10-11, but to study as a civil engineer, gain a couple of years of work experience, and then go to a civil engineer. This is how normal education is built, it allows you not to waste time, but to master real activities, without wasting time on nonsense and a set of useless erudition.

Knowledge without practice is nothing. And from an early age, it is worth inducing children to practice, because in the process of solving applied problems they will gain more knowledge and remember everything better.

Cut down the redundant, optimize learning, providing knowledge not for erudition, but for practical application, focus on practice. This will greatly improve the quality of education.

You will need erudition only if you decide to go to perform on the show “What? Where? When?”. In other cases, there is little benefit from it.

The current school is hell, boring and useless. And it’s time to admit that our education is in stagnation, and schoolchildren will call the current level of education crap. Approximately 5 out of 11 years are wasted, and after leaving school, a huge number of gaps in knowledge and absolute unsuitability for the outside world are revealed.

I’ll be honest: from school, only mathematics and Russian were useful to me. I acquired all the necessary skills for work in adult life, being engaged in self-study. That’s all there is to know.

This needs to be changed. Schools are no longer able to provide quality education. They must change. In fact, they should have been a long time ago.

Finally

Yes, the current level of education can be called low and even useless, because it is based on a rudimentary approach, practically does not teach you to think independently, and also has no practical basis.

School tasks, which are nowhere more abstract, do not allow children to feel the benefits of the process, and such lessons as work, physical education are not needed at all. The world has changed, but education is left over from the industrial age.

Calling the school useless shit, hell, nonsense, of course, is not worth it. So far, this is the best option we have. People have not yet made a worthy mass alternative due to the fact that there are brakes in power who are not ready to carry out not just a reform, but a revolution in education.

So, the changes will be gradual, but for now, children will have to learn useful and really necessary skills in adulthood, when there will be no heaps of homework, stupid lessons.

You know, it seems to me that explaining to a child what a loan or mortgage is, as well as about the labor market, will be much more useful than a course in biology or inorganic chemistry.

On this I say goodbye to you, I wish you success and a decent education!

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Training, society

Why nothing? ”, Andrey Shalaev-liters

© Andrey Shalaev, 2021

ISBN 978-5-0055-6304-0

created in the intellectual publishing system Ridero

is dedicated to my loving wife Svetlana, as well as my children Nastya, Danila, Leo

Preface

Son : “Mom, I do not want to go to school …”

9064 0656 : “Son, how is it? You are the principal”

I never liked our school. Ours is any ordinary general education school. The one you can see from the window.

I studied in the 70s. I had no problems with academic performance, as well as the pleasure of the learning process. It is all the more surprising that after some time I became a teacher. It was in the same school in which he once studied himself. Understanding came later: I did not agree that studying at school is uninteresting and useless for most children. And I wanted to change it.

Ten years of my practice in a public school fell on the 90s. I had a chance to work in several – and not only teach, but also manage, and generally start two new schools from scratch. Searches and experiments yielded no results. It was not possible to come up with a new school that would become a beloved and useful home for every student and every teacher, in which one would like to study and work oneself. I had to leave the practice at the public school. But not searching…

Observations show that all the changes in mass school did not make it better. The school continues to degrade, and pedagogical science no longer hides its impotence. Continuing our own search for the best school, observing, researching and conducting experiments, together with a team of like-minded people, we have accumulated enough practical experience. Its development and mass application can radically change the situation and solve all the problems of the school without creating new ones.

It’s time to talk about it. That is why this book was born. It contains twenty-three short essays, the sequential reading of which reveals the essence of the proposed changes.

Who is this book for? First of all, for teachers and school leaders. Our educational system is still holding on – thanks to tradition. They help her to survive, but they do not save her from falling into the abyss, much less allow her to develop. Changes are needed, and another teacher is needed. Most teachers work at school the way they were taught at the university. Without getting a result, they invent something of their own or copy the successful experience of their colleagues. The goal is to make every student successful. Does not work. And the further you go, the less it gets.

It wasn’t my idea that if we don’t change anything, then we’ll get what we always got. This book offers a completely different concept of the school teacher, which, in my opinion, is the salvation for our school. I want teachers, while reading this book, to try on a new hypostasis and admit the thought that they still have to change. Maybe not as written in the book, but without changing the role of the teacher, the school cannot be saved.

This book is also for parents of schoolchildren. The increased conflicts of parents with the school do not help the children and the entire educational process. Their reason is still in the same imperfection of our school. In the book, this imperfection is considered in detail: it becomes obvious that the teacher is not the enemy of the child, that the teacher plays on the same team with schoolchildren and their parents. It is only necessary to change the emphasis in the organization of the learning process in order to always achieve harmony and the expected result. I want parents to read this book and learn to see the teacher as a friend.

This book is also for students and future applicants of pedagogical universities, who tomorrow will replace today’s teachers. Studying classical pedagogy and traditional didactics, it will not be out of place for them to tune their minds to a free from any templates, perhaps an alternative and even radical vision of the future of school education.

This book is also for those who design, shape and standardize the very future of school education. The thoughts, ideas and arguments presented here are simple, easy to understand and apply. And simplicity has always been the first sign of the right decision.

I wish you useful reading!

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General education

From school works :

“Sons came to know it”

9000 9000 9000

9000 9000

9000 9000

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9000, we all would like to have. Then describe what we actually have. It can be vice versa. The main thing is to see the difference, because it is with it that you need to work, it will have to be eliminated.

First, let’s define what a comprehensive school is.

It is clear that a school is an educational institution or an institution for general education. The question is what to call general education. From this, not only its content will be built, but also the structure of the entire work of the school.

Let’s start from the global goal of education – the preservation of civilization through the transfer of accumulated experience to a new generation.

There are several meanings for the word “education” in the explanatory dictionary. We will be primarily interested in education as a learning , process acquiring knowledge about something and the ability to apply this knowledge. Considering education in this definition, we answer the question “HOW to teach?”. (The word “teach” is not quite suitable for us, but let’s leave it for now).

In the second definition, “education” is presented as a set of knowledge and skills acquired as a result of training. In this meaning of the word, we will look for the answer to the question “WHAT to teach?”.

Of the two questions, “HOW to teach?” and “WHAT to teach?”, the question “How?” is the first not by chance. He’s in charge here. For if we do not answer question is like , then what’s the difference, what we don’t teach?

Now let’s clarify what kind of education we will consider general.

General education is interpreted by the dictionary as education not limited to any specialization. General education gives the student knowledge of the basic sciences about nature, society, man; understanding of the basic patterns of the surrounding world. Forms a worldview, develops cognitive abilities, develops the necessary for each person learning skills and practical skills for continuing education.

A product of general education – willingness to make a conscious choice of profession and receive professional education in order to actively participate in the life of society.

If we look at other meanings of the word “general”, then we can somewhat expand the understanding of the term “general education”.

Meaning “ covering all, covering all; mandatory “also applies to school education and is even enshrined in federal law.

Or another one: “ same, same, same ”. Again, about school education, because the world around us can, of course, be perceived differently by different people, but it is the same for everyone, and all the differences are only in perception. This is the meaning of the word “general”, on which the country’s unified school educational space is based today.

But the most capacious and interesting meaning of the word “general” in relation to education is “ uniting all, many “. This is the philosophy of general education. And here it is impossible not to see a deep meaning in the coincidence of the words GENERAL and SOCIETY. General education is also general because it makes us society . To live together and understand each other, we must have something in common, the same for everyone. What unites us, starting from what, we can build COMMUNICATION (another meaning) and achieve UNDERSTANDING through communication. We have always been and will be different, but for peaceful coexistence there must be at least something that we all agreed on.

With regard to school, there is one more, third question: “WHO to teach?”. And it’s not funny.

Here and below we will talk about the mass school, that is, public school, intended if not for everyone, then for the absolute majority. This means that children with a wide variety of abilities and abilities will study nearby in a mass school – from children with special educational needs to gifted ones. Our answer to the question of who to teach in a mass school has already been found – EVERYONE.

This answer does not deny special schools for especially gifted children and for children with disabilities. It’s just that in special schools there may be other answers to questions, how to teach and what to teach . Let’s deal with the majority first.

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Expected result

From school essays : “It was quiet all around, as if everyone had died out … What a beauty!”

School is something that each of us encounters in our lives, and more than once. And this is what has a significant role in everyone’s life. When systemic problems arise in a public school, they worry everyone. Or almost everyone.

I have been following publications and speeches on the topic of school education for a long time. Most posts and channels on the Internet about the problems of the modern school, especially comments on them, at best “let off steam”. It seems that this is their only use. The summary of most publications is as follows:

“Everything is bad!!!”

“Officers are to blame (ministers, directors, teachers, parents, children, liberals, …)”

“Aaah, we’re all going to die!” or: “Well, when, finally?!”

In the comments, the following is often added:

“The fool himself.

In professional communities, the topic of school reform is also drowning in an ocean of emotions. The authors and participants in the discussions do not bother to take responsibility for school education and propose or do something. It is not surprising when even pedagogical science signs for impotence. A couple of years ago, in the TV show “Meanwhile” on the “Culture” channel, they talked about the problem of low motivation of schoolchildren to study. Two academicians of the Russian Academy of Education and a professor at the Moscow State Pedagogical University announced to the whole country: “As for the motivation for learning in the conditions of a mass school, the answer was not found anywhere. This is an open question, we don’t know what to do about it. Nobody knows what to do with it.” Like this…

I am glad that there are still alive, coming from the main meanings of the publication on the topic of the modern school. For example, Dima Zitser’s book “(not) Why (not) go to school?”. There are four questions in the title at once to answer one main question – what should the school be like?

A wonderful book. For the most part, its content should not become a revelation for teachers, it is kind of like an introduction to the profession. But I would still recommend it to school teachers, because it inspires, restores the significance of the profession and allows you to look at the educational process (especially in terms of relationships with a child) in a new, more sensible way. Separately, I note the language of presentation – real Russian, understandable and native. For parents of toddlers and schoolchildren, this book by Dima is just a godsend. And for me, something else is important in it.

Attempts to establish a mass school have been made actively since the end of the last century. And all innovations come down to changing the education system without changing anything, but only supplementing. Dima is already good in that he proposes to revise the dogmas for their compliance with reality. It’s like in physics: when the results of new observations do not agree with the classical theory, it is useless to introduce correction factors. If a theory has ceased to work in new conditions, another one is needed. And our theorists in pedagogy shrug their shoulders: “We don’t know what to do with it.” As a result, officials run the show in schools. There is nothing wrong with this, except for the result.

In fairness, it should be noted that the crisis in education is worldwide. And Russia is far from the last place here. However, this is not a reason to be proud. Knowing how things are with us, it is worth worrying about the future of all mankind. And not so much to worry as to get together, unite and, rolling up your sleeves, finally clear out these Augean stables.

In fact, today’s mass school has only one problem – the school does not give the expected result. And that’s all that’s wrong with the school. To solve the school problem, you need:

1) pinpoint this most expected result;

2) remove obstacles and apply tools to ensure that each school achieves this result.

Let’s start with the first one. Let’s describe what we expect from an ideal public school:

Every student achieves success in the school.

Tutors are not in demand, the school copes completely.

Homework is not practiced, all work is done at school.

Evaluation of the student by the teacher is prohibited.

Each student is engaged in an individual trajectory.

The level of education of a schoolchild is determined not by the number of years he spent in school, but by the number and depth of subjects mastered by him during this time.

The educational process is fully equipped with the necessary materials and tools, the teacher does not make anything, does not compose or buy anything for the lesson.

The work of a teacher is measured by the success of the students and nothing else.

The teacher has a good salary and does not need part-time jobs.

The authority of a school teacher in society is generally recognized to be high, only the best are allowed into the profession.

The participation of parents in the school education of the child is reduced to “feed and clothe”, organize a healthy life and good rest.

The best school is the one next to your home.

This list is already enough to completely solve all the problems of school education and upbringing of children.

It’s up to the small thing – to honestly look at what we have today.

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“Unlearned” schoolchildren

Son : “Mom, are we going to the sea this year?”

Mom : “Your tutors will go to the sea this year, dunce!”

It is not necessary to be a specialist in pedagogy or work in a school, it is enough to have a schoolchild and look through the Zen tape to understand that everything is not going well at school today. In a mass secondary school.

If there is some upward movement with the construction, repair and re-equipment of public schools, then with the results of schooling it is a complete disaster. The majority of mass school students do not master the content of education and graduate unprepared to make our lives better. A significant part of the remaining schoolchildren are trying to compensate for the costs of the school with the money of their parents in the army of tutors.

The latter appeared and have been multiplying since more than half of the students SUDDENLY stopped “doing well” in school. To tell the truth, they did not achieve success in their studies before, only no one diligently noticed this. The substitution of concepts helped: success replaced with academic performance , and success is not needed for academic performance, just a “three” is enough. And if you are a convenient student, then the teacher will always find something to put a C grade on. From here came “three we write – two in the mind.” The teachers understood everything, but such a betrayal suited everyone.

The “Scam of the Century” came to light with the advent of the GIA. Nobody wanted to be extreme. A confrontation arose in society: teachers became bad for everyone, in response, the category of “unteachable” schoolchildren appeared.

Some time ago, I had a serious quarrel with a venerable school principal. With a tenacity worthy of another application, he convinced me that not all schoolchildren can be taught anything, that there are “unteachable”. As the main argument, a rich personal experience of pedagogical and managerial work at school was put forward. I insisted that any child admitted to school can and should be successful in learning. It didn’t come to a fight then (there weren’t those times, and it’s somehow non-pedagogical), but everyone remained with his own.

I think there are few practicing teachers today who would support me in this dispute. Many, from the teacher to the Minister of Education, have come to believe that it is impossible to teach everyone and everyone, that there are children who cannot be taught. A convenient position – you can make parents responsible for their children’s school problems: “Either force your children to study, or teach them yourself. And we will teach only those who want and who are able.”

The idea of ​​the existence of “unteachable” schoolchildren explains (and in fact justifies) the lack of results of schooling. More precisely, he tries to justify it, because it does not correspond to reality.

The same teacher, when he “puts on the cloak” of a tutor after working at school, he also deals with “unteachable” schoolchildren (“a trained” tutor is not needed). And he succeeds one on one! So the student is not here. This means that the teacher and the school cannot teach him when he works in a lesson as part of a class. Therefore, the problem is in the school, in the methods used by it.

Domestic pedagogical science agrees with this. Despite their unwillingness today to offer a solution to school problems, scientists openly recognize “unteachable” schoolchildren as a “pedagogical marriage”.

I wouldn’t blame teachers for this marriage. Teachers are also hostages of our school education system, which has never guaranteed the success of every student. And there has always been tutoring, only more often it was group tutoring and was called “additional lessons.” Parents did not pay for these lessons, the school did not pay either. The teachers were extreme. But then both parents and the state treated teachers in a completely different way…

It is worth mentioning that despite the imperfection of the existing education system, almost every school has always had and still has teachers who are able to “pull” any student into ” solid three.” Exclusively on your charisma. They are held in high esteem, there is a queue for them, but there are very few of them, and they are not copied. This is the exception, not the solution.

A child’s learning disability and a student’s lack of motivation are two different but related problems. For every child who does not succeed in school, these two problems are present – together or separately. The schoolchild does not see them due to undeveloped consciousness, but the school sees, but does not know how to cope with them. And now he doesn’t know yet, when can cope with it and who should cope with it. Pedagogical science also has no answer, and this is not taught in pedagogical universities. What is the reason?

Every teacher, and even more so a scientist-teacher, was once a successful student. (If he had been unsuccessful, he would hardly have wanted and could have become a teacher). And a successful student is unaware of the problems that unsuccessful children face in learning. For the same reason, teachers of pedagogical universities do not know about these problems and university textbooks do not tell. Since the time of Jan Amos Comenius, there has been one answer – everything is the will of God. Isn’t it convenient? There is always someone to blame.

It’s time to stand up for God, he obviously has nothing to do with it…

Experienced teachers had the opportunity to observe that very often a lack of learning and a lack of motivation in a student are acquired precisely at school. A child comes to the first grade, as a rule, with a great desire to learn and does well. But then a strange thing happens: the student, to one degree or another, at one speed or another, begins to lose interest in learning and / or begins to “stupid”. What’s happening?

Today, one can often hear that the reason for the loss of motivation of students is the outdated content of education and its uselessness in the future life. Therefore, at school, you need to teach only what children are interested in and what can be applied right now, for example, robotics. This is the statement of dilettantes who in their time did not succeed in learning and therefore consider school subjects unnecessary. I will not dwell on the content of education now, we agreed to discuss it later. Let me just say that it is useless to “treat” the problem of schoolchildren’s motivation with computerization, robotics, projects, rearranging school furniture and other dances with a tambourine. All these measures are not able to influence the general educational motivation of the student. Let’s see why.

The main, if not the only, source of motivation is SUCCESS. Anyone who digs into their past and finds in their memory a situation of personal success can be convinced of this. Each failure to achieve success, on the contrary, reduces motivation.

The accumulated failures of the child in studies and in school communication with the voluntary or involuntary connivance of the teacher reduce the student’s motivation to zero. This does not happen immediately, but often happens already in elementary school. And when the teacher every time confirms the failure of the student with his assessment or mark, the motivation ends even faster.

Having lost motivation, the child begins to avoid learning. He gets distracted in class, tries not to be present at school whenever possible, and often gets sick. This does not pass without a trace – gaps in knowledge appear. And if these are gaps in basic knowledge, then further training becomes impossible. Here we come to unteachability.

Thus, schoolchildren’s lack of learning is the result of accumulated gaps in knowledge; gaps were the result of a loss of motivation to learn; motivation began to drop and decreased with each new failure in school. And this is the whole anatomy of learninglessness:

FAILURE → LOSS OF MOTIVATION → GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE → LEARNABILITY

This is the pattern when loss of motivation and learning disability go hand in hand. This is the worst option.

There is a lack of learning without loss of motivation, when a child works hard, but is “dumb” all the time. The root of the problem is there, in the first failures, perhaps even before school. Only the child turned out to be purposeful.

Finally, a child can see an example when someone, having not once succeeded in school, is perfectly settled in life, and even manages others. This child also decides to drop out of school: why, if you can not bother. But even here, in order to make such a decision, it is necessary to have your own failures at school.

Failure is the root cause of all problems. You can’t let a student fail. And what to do when it comes to unteachability? There is only one option – to return to the beginning, find that first failure that started it all, and deal with it, and then deal with all the other failures in order. There is no other way to beat learninglessness or loss of motivation.

It happens that the loss of motivation is not associated with failures and does not lead to learning disabilities. Here the child’s interest in learning disappears because learning is too easy. There are gaps in knowledge, but they do not prevent the student from “intuitively” and understanding new material. Such a child lacks complexity, he needs to be loaded.

The feasible success of each student in each lesson is the main task of the teacher. Nothing new, everything according to Vygotsky: the child must work in the zone of proximal development. Only Lev Semyonovich did not write about the obligatory success of a student. As a matter of course.

Each new success creates a motivation that supports and nourishes the movement towards the next success and new motivation. The main thing is not to miss failures, not to agree with them, to bring any and each one to success, to get a new portion of motivation in order to move on – to the next success. This is the only way to build learning. It doesn’t work otherwise. I know this, we did it, a little later I will talk about it.

But how can a teacher apply such a scheme at school, in the classroom, and for EVERY student?

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Why do we need a school today? | PSYCHOLOGIES

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Interview

Psychologies: You are like a collector who has the most informal schools in the world in his collection. Why do you need this? What is the purpose?

Alexander Murashev: I put myself two main questions: why do we need a school now and what is a good teacher today. They may seem stupid and funny, but when I asked myself them, I realized: I have no answer. And the Russian education system, it seems to me, is even afraid to ask them. But these questions are inevitable.

I am 31 years old, and the second half of my life, that is, the last 15 years, I observe how quickly everything changes. As a teenager, I used to rewind tape with a pencil on audio cassettes and pray for the DJ to spell the name of the artist correctly, and now I have any song I want to listen to on my phone. At the university, I sent notes to girls through my neighbors, and now I exchange messages with them in instant messengers and can contact anyone. When I was a teenager, I hunted for information, and the school was positioned as a place where teachers share sacred knowledge with us.

Teenagers do not understand why they spend long hours inside four walls, learning facts that they can find in a minute on the Internet

Today it is more difficult to protect yourself from information than to get it. Today’s teenagers don’t understand why they need to spend long hours in four dull walls, learning the facts that they find on the Internet in a few minutes – faster than teachers.

But if the school is no longer the place where we get knowledge, then what is it for at all? That’s what I want to understand. And I ask this question everywhere I go. More often I hear this answer: at school we get those skills that are passed only from person to person. For example, in Danish schools, children are taught to interact by dividing into groups to work together right during the lesson. This is not in our tradition – I remember well how the teachers said: “look in your notebook and don’t talk.” And here even the assessment is put one per group. If you want the highest score, work for the success of the team.

Orestad School in Denmark.

Was there an answer that surprised you?

I got it from Swedish Egalia. This is perhaps the most provocative of all European schools. Children are accepted there from the age of one to six years, and there is no separation by gender. Each child decides for himself whether he is a boy or a girl, what to do, what to play, and teachers treat everyone the same.

School is a place where a child learns to coexist with different, different children

Classes there are based on books, selected in a special way. For example, I saw a book about how different families are: a family with two mothers, or a childfree family. And children from a very early age develop an idea of ​​a multivariate world.

The teachers who work at Egalia answered my question in the following way: school is a place where a child learns to coexist with different, different children. And the task of the teacher is to help him in this. This approach surprised me, because for many of us the school was a place where we had to fight for ourselves, but here it’s the other way around: children are not suppressed, they are accepted by anyone. Where they end up is another matter. At the secondary level of education, there is no such school in Sweden.

What do the schools you visited have in common?

Almost all of them bring students as close as possible to real life. I remember, at my first school line, the teachers said that they would prepare us for adulthood. After that, I changed three schools, and in none I had the feeling that I was gaining knowledge that I could apply in practice.

That’s why I was so struck by, let’s say, the education system in Finland. In many schools there, ordinary subjects have been replaced by the study of phenomena. Every six weeks they go through a new topic. I was in a class on the wise use of natural resources. In fact, he combined several subjects at once: a foreign language, natural science, needlework. The children learned the English words reuse and recycling (reuse, recycling), and the teacher talked about saving resources and gave the following example: now you have washed your hands and dried them with a paper towel made of wood. What other way can you dry your hands to save the planet’s resources? The children immediately rushed to offer their options. Someone said: let’s sew cloth towels, and they will be reusable. And in the next lesson they were already sewing these towels.

Why did I like this approach? The fact that the child can immediately understand why he needs new knowledge, he sees how to use it in real life.

Orestad School in Denmark.

Which of the Russian schools is closest in design and implementation to those you have seen abroad?

Definitely, the “Orange” school of Dima Zitser. She makes me proud that I was born in the same city, St. Petersburg. “Orange” is a kind of Russian “Summerhill”. They have no grades, no homework, not a single decision is made there without the participation of children. “Orange” really prepares the child for adulthood – through complete freedom, decision-making experience, through equality in rights with teachers.

You spend from one day to a week in schools. Is this enough to understand how free and confident children feel there?

Of course, one day is not enough. But the eye manages to grab the key details. For example, in one Finnish school, children did not want to go outside during recess – it was so important for them to continue the work they had begun. And in the staff room, I noticed photographs of three diabetic children on the wall with detailed nutritional advice, a detail that is traditional for a private school, but not a public one.

In addition, I always try to communicate with children informally, talking to them alone, without teachers. This is enough to understand whether the school is successful or not. The ability of some 13-14-year-old teenagers to think and reason freely and deeply is amazing – talking with them is more interesting than with many of my peers.

The level of aggression in free schools is decreasing. Children are focused on cooperation, not rivalry

Or another example: I approach a seven-year-old Finnish girl, and she explains to me in perfect English that she is currently designing her needlework on the iPad, and at the same time keeps notes about what she likes about this work and what not. She told me all this on the fly, without any preparation.

By the way, there I also found the answer to a question that worries many adults: what will happen if we give children complete freedom? Will they destroy the school? Will endless fights and severe bullying begin? Will it all end like in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies? But my experience shows that everything is exactly the opposite: the level of aggression in free schools is decreasing. Children are focused on cooperation, not competition.

What criteria can be used to measure the quality of education in such schools?

Teachers there do not pay attention to grades, but to the development of personality, to the child’s self-acceptance, the development of his confidence. We will be able to talk about academic success with all certainty only when the children grow up. In the same “Apelsin” the oldest class so far is the seventh. Many of my acquaintances skeptically remark: “Let’s see how they pass the exam and fit into real life.”

Of course, no one has canceled exams, so in high school you have to find a compromise between the desire to develop the student’s personality, not to put pressure on him with the requirements of success and the need to comply with education standards.

School “Orange” by Dima Zitser.

How successful is this compromise?

School principals have told me that, for example, Danish students really have a more relaxed attitude towards learning than children from Asian countries. They may not be using their full potential. But most of them enter universities one way or another, which means they achieve some success.

The time of teachers is over, the time of coaches is now

Perhaps it helps that teachers in Danish and some Swedish high schools are becoming more coaches than teachers. In Denmark, before the recent reform, there was generally a specialist who helped high school students with pre-exam “logistics” and career guidance. For example, a teenager understood that he wanted to be a lawyer or an actor, and this person explained what subjects he needed to pull up, even if they were not at all interesting to him, and offered a training plan. Now this role is played by teachers.

In Sweden and Denmark, they told me so: the time of teachers is over, the time of coaches has come.

Do you agree with this idea?

Yesterday I was at the French school of information technology “42”, where students (albeit adults over 19 years old) learn programming on their own. In fact, this is a huge cool office where they sit at the “poppies” and work all day. True, they are obliged to help each other. There are no teachers there, because in the field of IT everything is changing rapidly and ideas about how “correct” quickly become outdated. All answers and solutions are found by students in independent work. As for an ordinary secondary school, in my opinion, the role of a teacher there is to be a navigator in the flow of information, to help find the necessary information, to distinguish true information from distorted and structure it.

Finnish school lessons.

And the teacher as an authoritative adult, it turns out, is no longer needed?

For myself, this question is very acute. Of course, the teacher is still important – as a role model. As a person who knows how to listen without judgment and inspire the child to believe in himself, in his ability to achieve a lot in the future.

Is it possible to get practical use from the knowledge that you have received while traveling to different schools and describing them in a book?

I don’t expect educators to read this book and start introducing the principles of free schools everywhere. But, according to my feelings, the school system will change. Many old schemes do not work. Children are overloaded with homework and are deadly tired. More and more parents are concerned about finding a good school where the child’s personality will not be corroded.

The book helps to learn about other methods of education, to expand your understanding of how differently you can build a learning trajectory, and this, I think, is useful for everyone.

What will be the final point of your trips?

I want to see education in all countries of the world, to understand the nuances of different systems. And still get answers to the questions, what is the school for now and what is a good teacher. However, the book may end even at the moment when I find the only school of my dreams, about which I will definitely understand that I myself want to study there.

Alexander Murashev writes the book “Another School” in real time: upon purchase, the reader receives ready-made chapters.

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Welcome to Beachwood KinderCare

Welcome to Beachwood KinderCare, located next to the Pavilion Shopping Center in Ohio! At our center, children engage in whole-group instruction, small group instruction, and child-directed play. We take special care to balance educational development with play while focused on early academics, physical activity, and social emotional learning. Our mission is that you feel part of our KinderCare family the moment you walk through our center doors!

Our classrooms are places to thrive! 
In our safe and healthy classrooms, your child will be engaged in learning experiences that meet them where they are, both socially and academically. With fun daily activities, passionate teachers, and great friends, a lifetime of confidence starts here. Contact the center director to learn more about our child care options and schedule a tour! 

Meet Kali Bryant, Our Center Director

Meet Kali Bryant! She is the Center Director at Beachwood KinderCare in Ohio. Kali attended the University of Toledo, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, and Cleveland State University, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Education with a concentration in Counselor Education. She has been with KinderCare since 2009, and before that she was a teacher, program specialist, and assistant director. Outside of work, Kali enjoys spending time with her family. Together they love to travel and try new things. 

  • Beachwood KinderCare Programs
  • Our Teachers
  • Family Stories
  • FAQs

AMERICA’S MOST ACCREDITED

We’re so proud!

Nationally only 10% of daycares are accredited – nearly 100% of our learning centers are. That’s a big difference,
and that means KinderCare kids are getting the very best. Here’s why.

SCHOOL-READY

What Learning Looks Like

Our talented early-childhood teachers set kids down the path toward becoming lifelong learners in a positive, safe, and nurturing environment.

Beachwood KinderCare Programs

Infant Programs (6 weeks–1 year)

Leaving your baby in someone else’s care is a big step. Everyone at our
centers—most importantly, our naturally gifted infant teachers—will work with
you to make sure the transition goes smoothly. When you step into our infant
classroom, you’ll see how much we want your infant to feel safe, loved, and
ready to explore their world.

Toddler Programs (1–2 Years)

Everything in our toddler classroom is designed for little explorers. That’s
because a lot is going on at this age. When your child is wandering all over the
place, that means they’re learning and discovering new things every day. We’ll
help them explore their interests (and find new ones!) as they play and learn.

Discovery Preschool Programs (2–3 Years)

This age is filled with so much wonder and curiosity. That’s why we offer a ton
of books and toys and bring artwork down to kids eye level. Children in
discovery preschool also begin to learn how we all work together in a
classroom. Simple math and science, pretend play, and group play help them
get used to a more structured school setting.

Preschool Programs (3–4 Years)

This age is all about expression, when kids really start to form their own ideas
about what they want to play and how they want to create. Every day in our
preschool classroom, your child will explore science experiments, create
artwork, and play pretend—all the skills needed for their big next step:
kindergarten!

Prekindergarten Programs (4–5 Years)

When you walk into one of our pre-K classrooms, you’ll see artwork and
writing displayed around the room. Labels are everywhere to help kids connect
letters with words. You’ll also see pictures on the walls that reflect the families
in our community. Your child will also deepen their knowledge in language,
math, science, Spanish, and social skills.

Before- and After-School Programs (5–12 Years)

You can count on us to provide reliable care for your school-ager while you’re
at work, with safe transportation from our center to your child’s school and
back! Whether your child wants to start a drama club, build a volcano, or
create a comic book, they will have a place to follow their dreams. Your child
will start and end the day with a whole lot of fun!

School Break Programs (preschool, prekindergarten, and school-age)

Winter break, spring break, summer break—when school’s out (but you still need to work), you
can count on KinderCare to provide a safe and supportive learning environment that’s focused
on fun. We welcome children ages 5–12 during school break times and make sure they have a
sensational, screen-free experience they won’t forget.

Participating Child Care Aware Center

KinderCare partners with Child Care Aware® of America to offer fee assistance for
Active Duty military families and flexible support to fit their needs when care at a Child
Development Center on the installation is not available.

Learning Adventures – Enrichment Program

Music Explorers™ (2 – 4 Years)

KinderCare families are already giving a standing ovation to our newest Learning
Adventures program: Music Explorers! Kids will learn to sing, move, listen, play
instruments, and even create their own tunes. Our original curriculum blends math,
science, social studies, literacy, and mindfulness (think yoga!) for a uniquely KinderCare
way of learning the foundations of music.

Phonics Adventures® (2 – 4 Years)

Learning how to read is a whole lot of fun at KinderCare! We help kids grow to love
books and words (and get ready for kindergarten) in our Phonics Adventures program.
From discovering the basics of vowels to practicing poetry, kids learn all about letters
and sounds in small-group lessons made just for their age group. (Bonus: Kids who
attend our phonics program are more prepared than their peers for school—and we
have the data to prove it.)

STEM Innovators (3-8 Years)

You’ve probably heard a lot about how important STEM education is for your child, but
what does that really mean? Our STEM Innovators program takes kids’ natural ability to
make sense of the world and applies it to robotics, chemistry, coding, geology, and
more. While your child experiments, they’ll discover how to use technology to do
amazing things!

Our Teachers

We’re the only company in early childhood education to select teachers based on natural talent. Being a great educator isn’t enough though.
KinderCare teachers are also amazing listeners, nurturers, boo-boo fixers, and smile-makers. Put more simply,
we love our teachers and your child will, too.

Meet just a few of our amazing KinderCare teachers!

A KINDERCARE TEACHER WITH

An Artist’s Heart

“My classroom is full of art!” says Mary Annthipie-Bane, an award-winning early childhood educator at KinderCare. Art and creative expression, she says, help children discover who they really are.

We put our best-in-class teachers in a best-in-class workplace. We’re so proud to have been named one of Gallup’s 37 winners of the Great Workplace Award.
When you put great teachers in an engaging center, your children will experience
an amazing place to learn and grow.

Family Stories

Don’t take our word for it. Hear what our families have to say about our amazing center!

  • “In my first visit to KinderCare, I was impressed by the friendly, positive, and open atmosphere of the center. Now, nearly two years later, I am greeted by this same vibe every day when I drop my girls off for school. The directors are engaged and approachable, often sharing with me something one of my daughters did that day before I even reach the classroom. The facilities offer a fun and safe place for exploration, with classrooms being transformed into farms, or forests, or even outer-space. The learning curriculum is outstanding and offers a holistic focus on mental, physical, and emotional development. The teachers are wonderful. They go out of their way to get to know and care for each child as an individual. I receive daily feedback about their progress and feel the teachers are truly invested in my children’s growth. However, there is a one more thing KinderCare offers its families – a sense of community. Getting to know other families through KinderCare events has been an unexpected and invaluable benefit of attending KinderCare. Overall, my girls are happy there and I am happy knowing they are receiving quality care.

    Christine – KinderCare Parent


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Who Are KinderCare Families?

They hail from hundreds of cities across the country from countless backgrounds, and proudly represent every walk in life. What our families have in common,
though, is the want to give their children the best start in life. We are so proud to be their partner in parenting.

Hear from just a few of our amazing KinderCare families.

A Globe-Trotting Family Finds A

Home in Houston

Four young children, four different passports, two languages, two full-time jobs…oh, and a few triathlons thrown in for good measure.
Meet the globe-trotting Colettas—a family on the go.

Frequently Asked Questions

What accreditations does KinderCare have?

We are your trusted caregiver. Our centers are state-licensed and regularly inspected to make sure everything meets or exceeds standards, including child-to-teacher ratios and safe facilities. Our centers aren’t just licensed—most are accredited, too! Find out more.

Do you offer part-time schedules at Beachwood KinderCare?

Everybody’s schedule is different. We’re happy to offer quality, affordable part-time and full-time childcare. Drop-in care may also be available. Reach out to your Center Director to learn more.

How does naptime work at Beachwood KinderCare?

Our teachers meet every child’s needs during naptime. Our teachers know how to get babies to nap. In fact, they are pros at getting children of any age to nap. Visit our article on “10 Ways We Help Kids Get a Great Daycare Nap” to learn more.

Do you support alternative diets?

We strive to be as inclusive as possible. To that point, we provide a vegetarian option at mealtime, take care to not serve common allergens and can adapt menus based on your child’s food sensitivities. If your child has additional needs, we’ll work with you to figure out a plan.

Are meals included in tuition? Can I choose to send my child with lunch?

We provide nutritious meals and snacks developed by a registered dietician to meet the needs of rapidly growing bodies and minds. If your child has special dietary requirements and you would prefer to bring in their lunch, please make arrangements with the center director.

Does my child need to be potty-trained?

Every child begins toilet learning at a different age. Until your child shows an interest in toilet learning, we’ll provide diaper changes on an as-needed basis. When your child shows an interest, we’ll discuss how to work together to encourage toilet learning.

Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Beachwood, OH

KinderCare has partnered with Beachwood families for more than 50 years to provide award-winning early education programs and high-quality childcare in Beachwood, OH.

Whether you are looking for a preschool in Beachwood, a trusted part-time or full-time daycare provider, or educational before- or after-school programs, KinderCare offers fun and learning at an affordable price.

  1. Beachwood KinderCare

    Phone:
    (216) 378-1590

    24753 Chagrin Blvd
    Beachwood
    OH
    44122

    Distance from address: 0.26 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  2. Landerhaven KinderCare

    Phone:
    (440) 684-0683

    200 Allen Bradley Dr
    Mayfield Heights
    OH
    44124

    Distance from address: 3. 88 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  3. Lyndhurst KinderCare

    Phone:
    (440) 442-8067

    5684 Mayfield Rd
    Lyndhurst
    OH
    44124

    Distance from address: 4.12 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  4. Solon KinderCare

    Phone:
    (440) 248-5437

    6140 Kruse Dr
    Solon
    OH
    44139

    Distance from address: 6. 14 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  5. Alpha Park KinderCare

    Phone:
    (440) 442-3360

    679H Alpha Park Dr
    Highland Heights
    OH
    44143

    Distance from address: 6.32 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  6. KinderCare Learning Center at University Circle

    Phone:
    (216) 229-1655

    10001 Chester Ave Ste H
    Cleveland
    OH
    44106

    Distance from address: 6. 39 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  7. Twinsburg KinderCare

    Phone:
    (330) 405-5556

    2572 Glenwood Dr
    Twinsburg
    OH
    44087

    Distance from address: 9.35 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

  8. Macedonia KinderCare

    Phone:
    (330) 468-4545

    926 E Aurora Rd
    Macedonia
    OH
    44056

    Distance from address: 10. 45 miles

    Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    Tuition & Openings

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Our experts designed our classrooms – and every activity and lesson – to help prepare your child for success in school and beyond. With designated learning centers such as dramatic play and blocks in every classroom, children have the opportunity for rich social play and child-initiated discovery.

You’ll also find that our classrooms feature a print-rich environment full of carefully selected materials, written charts and labels, and children’s literature. By helping your child connect spoken words and print, we’re helping develop early literacy and writing skills.

Whether your child has first words or first grade on the horizon, we’re excited to show you how everything in our center is designed for learning!

Meghan Keefe, Center Director

Additional Information: Quality Rating: 1 star; Provider first licensed on 11/13/2007; Rated 2 Star.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number:
    307821
  • Capacity:
    140
  • Age Range:
    Infant, Toddler, Pre-Schooler, School Age
  • Achievement and/or Accreditations
    NAEYC
  • Step Up To Quality Rating:
    4
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program:
    Yes
  • Type of Care:
    Infant Programs, Toddler Programs, Discovery Preschool Programs, Preschool Programs, Prekindergarten Programs, Before and After School Programs, Summer Programs
  • Current License Issue Date:
    Dec 17, 2007
  • Current License Expiration Date:
    Dec 31, 9999
  • District Office:
    Ohio Dept of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) – Division of Child Care
  • District Office Phone:
    (877)302-2347 (Note: This is not the facility phone number. )

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2021-01-26 COMPLAINT PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE NOT ADDRESSED 2021-03-09
2021-01-13 ANNUAL PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE FULLY ADDRESSED 2021-02-01
2019-10-16 ANNUAL PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE FULLY ADDRESSED 2020-03-18
2019-01-15 ANNUAL PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE FULLY ADDRESSED 2019-04-19
2019-01-15 COMPLAINT PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE FULLY ADDRESSED 2019-04-19
2018-07-24 COMPLAINT PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE NOT ADDRESSED 2018-09-04
2017-11-14 ANNUAL PARTIALLY COMPLIANT NON COMPLIANCE FULLY ADDRESSED 2018-09-04

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Teachers at Beachwood KinderCare at KinderCare Learning Companies

KinderCare is the largest nationwide provider of early childhood education in the U.S. Since 1969, it has successfully served children with time-tested techniques and proven results.

  • Size: 10,000+ employees
  • Industry: Education

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Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success.

As a member of our teaching staff, you will:

  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn
  • Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children
  • Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners
  • Implement KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child

The benefits our career professionals enjoy:

  • Medical, dental and vision
  • Childcare benefit
  • Paid time off
  • Education assistance and reimbursement
  • Medical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs
  • 401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match

Qualifications:

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain
  • Active Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential (or willing to obtain)
  • Completed 12 core ECE Units Infant/toddler OR BA Degree in Child Development
  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors
  • Ability to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children
  • Read, write, understand, and speak English to communicate with children and their parents in English
  • All center staff applicants must meet state specific guidelines for the role

Our highest priority has always been to keep our employees, children, families, and communities as safe and healthy as possible. Starting October 18, 2021, we began requiring COVID vaccinations or weekly COVID testing for all unvaccinated employees. We are also subject to state law, local ordinances, and Health Department requirements for child care workers or school staff.

KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.

Primary Location : Beachwood, Ohio, United States

Job : Teacher and Center Staff

Client-provided location(s): Beachwood, OH 44122, USA

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Perks and Benefits
  • Health and Wellness
    • Fitness Subsidies
    • Wellness Program
    • HSA With Employer Contribution
    • Long-Term Disability
    • Short-Term Disability
    • Life Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Health Reimbursement Account
    • Health Insurance
    • Pet Insurance
    • Mental Health Benefits
    • FSA
  • Parental Benefits and Childcare
    • Family Support Resources
    • Fertility Benefits
    • Onsite/nearby childcare
    • Paid Family Leave
  • Work Flexibility
    • Flexible Work Hours
    • Remote Work Opportunities
    • Hybrid Work Opportunities
  • Office Life and Perks
    • Casual Dress
    • Employee Resource Groups (ERG)
  • Vacation and Time Off
    • Personal/Sick Days
    • Paid Holidays
    • Paid Vacation
    • Summer Fridays
  • Financial and Retirement
    • Financial Counseling
    • Relocation Assistance
    • Performance Bonus
    • 401(K) With Company Matching
  • Professional Development
    • Leadership Training Program
    • Promote From Within
    • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Diversity and Inclusion
    • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program
    • Female founded/led

Jobs in Beachwood, OHEducation Jobs in Beachwood, OH

Preschool Teacher Jobs in Beachwood, OH (Hiring Now!)

  • 3. 9

    Teacher Support

    New Story Schools

    Emotional Support Teacher Job in Brooklyn Heights, OH

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    Teacher support staff must be able to effectively run a classroom during substitute teaching assignments. Teacher support staff must practice positive and professional behavior during all daily interactions. Teacher support staff must be on-call to quickly respond to staff requests. If you are a current New Story employee, please apply through the UKG system.

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $27k-35k yearly est.

    6d ago

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    After School Teacher

    Apollo After School

    Teacher Job in Beachwood, OH

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    Apollo After School offers after-school care and enrichment clubs at local schools.

    Entry Level

    $17-22 hourly

    8d ago

    8d ago

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  • Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

    Primrose School of Solon

    Kindergarten Teacher Job in Solon, OH

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    At Primrose School of Solon, you bring the passion, and we’ll give you all the tools and training to be successful. Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts. It’s an opportunity to foster curiosity, creativity and compassion in children-all while helping them develop a lifelong love of learning.As a Pre-Kindergarten Teacher at Primrose School of Solon, you’ll create a fun, safe environment for students to discover new concepts with confidence through multi-sensory learning experiences.

    Junior Level

    $41k-57k yearly est.

    6d ago

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    Early Childhood Lead Teacher – Creative Playrooms – Westlake

    Early Learning Academies

    Early Childhood Teacher Job in Westlake, OH

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    Title: Early Childhood Lead Teacher Be a part of a growing community of early childhood educators who care about their teachers’ joy and growth. Caring. Creative Playrooms – Westlake, Ohio

    Part Time

    Senior Level

    Management

    Offers Benefits

    $25k-36k yearly est.

    7d ago

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    7d ago

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  • 4.5

    Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified Founded in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States. at East Academy located in Cleveland, Ohio

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    2d ago

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    2d ago

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  • Support Teacher

    Primrose School of Westlake

    Emotional Support Teacher Job in Westlake, OH

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    As a Support Teacher at Primrose School of Westlake located at 25400 Center Ridge Road Westlake, OH 44145 , you will help young minds explore, discover and understand the world around them. Observes all rules and regulations at Primrose School of Westlake and the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children. Primrose School of Westlake is an accredited private preschool that provides a premier educational childcare experience.

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $26k-38k yearly est.

    8d ago

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    Lead/Co-Lead Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten Teachers

    The Goddard School-Highland Heights, Oh

    Lead Pre-Kindergarten Teacher Job in Highland Heights, OH

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    If so, the Goddard School is the place for you!

    Full Time

    Senior Level

    Offers Benefits

    Bachelors Required

    $15-18 hourly

    40d ago

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  • 4.6

    Teacher Assistant

    Total Education Solutions

    Teacher Assistant Job in Fairlawn, OH

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    Our Teacher Assistant provide academic support that contributes to the overall success of our clients. Total Education Solutions (TES) is a national provider of special education and therapeutic services to public, private, and charter schools as well as healthcare organizations servicing the United States, with offices in California, Michigan, and Ohio. We are looking for an Teacher Assistant in Fairlawn.

    Full Time

    Part Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $14-16 hourly

    23d ago

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  • Early Childhood Assistant Teacher ($1,000 sign on bonus)

    Kids First Learning Center

    Early Childhood Teacher Job in Strongsville, OH

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    ******$1,000 Sign-On Bonus for Full-Time Employees******
    Kids First Learning Center

    is now hiring a dynamic

    Assistant Teachers

    for multiple classrooms!
    Our mission is to hire the

    BEST

    employees to provide top-notch care for our children in our licensed childcare facility!
    Some of the

    duties

    include but are not limited to the following:

    Creating and maintaining an environment that is clean and safe for all children

    Carrying out the daily responsibilities of the classroom relating to the care of the children

    Responsible for the safety and well-being of each child, responding to their emotional needs

    Implementing lesson plans/curriculum on a weekly basis covering all areas of child development

    Establishing a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care for the children

    Qualifications:

    High School Diploma

    Previous experience working with younger children

    Compensation:
    $13+ per hour, based on experience.
    Shifts:
    M-F, 9am-6pm

    We are a

    family-oriented, close-knit

    organization and we have a lot to offer our next team member including:

    Competitive Pay

    $650 Sign-on bonus for FT hires, paid out after 60 days of employment

    Paid Trainings

    Generous Benefits Package, including Dental, Medical, and Vision Insurance

    Fun and Positive Place to Work

    401k with Match

    Discounts for Childcare

    Shirts and Swag – we love to show appreciation for our teachers!

    If you are patient, detail-oriented, dependable, and able to provide a creative, engaging, and structured classroom experience, please apply now for our opening today!

    ******$1,000 Sign-On Bonus for Full-Time Employees******

    Full Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    High School Diploma Required

    $13 hourly

    3d ago

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    Preschool/PreK Teacher (FT)

    Childtime/Learning Care Group

    Preschool Teacher Job in Akron, OH

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    We also offer tuition reimbursement, assistance with gaining a CDA (worth college credit toward an Early Childhood degree), and our exclusive Master Teacher program to enhance your skills and increase your pay. Job DescriptionMultiple Locations in Akron, Cuyahoga Falls, Stow, Fairlawn, Bedford, and Mansfield! Childtime currently seeking Teachers/Caregivers who are looking to be a part of a community of collaborative, bold, fun, dedicated individuals, whose passion is the many children we guide, teach, and protect every day.

    Full Time

    Part Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    High School Diploma Preferred

    $23k-28k yearly est.

    27d ago

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  • Preschool Teacher at KRISTI’S KIDS

    Kristi’s KIDS

    Preschool Teacher Job in Brook Park, OH

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    Skills Proven experience as a Preschool Teacher Kristi’s Kids in Brook Park, OH is looking for one preschool teacher to join our 9 person strong team.

    Junior Level

    High School Diploma Required

    $23k-34k yearly est.

    32d ago

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  • Afternoon Preschool Teacher at Kids Encounter

    Kids Encounter

    Preschool Teacher Job in Streetsboro, OH

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    Encounter in Streetsboro, OH is looking for one afternoon preschool teacher to join our family-oriented team!

    Junior Level

    High School Diploma Preferred

    $23k-34k yearly est.

    29d ago

    29d ago

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  • Lead Pre-Kindergarten Teacher for Fall

    Primrose School of Broadview Heights

    Lead Pre-Kindergarten Teacher Job in Brecksville, OH

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    Observes all rules and regulations of Primrose School of Broadview Heights and the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children. Primrose School of Broadview Heights seeks an enthusiastic full-time Assistant Pre-K teacher who want to make a difference and put their talents to use.

    Full Time

    Senior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $24k-38k yearly est.

    9d ago

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    Teacher

    New Story Schools

    Teacher Job in Brooklyn Heights, OH

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    Teacher to manage all functions within their assigned classrooms, including service delivery, reporting, and management of classroom assistants and aides.

    Full Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $38k-55k yearly est.

    9d ago

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  • 3.6

    Preschool Teacher

    The Goddard School-Rocky River

    Preschool Teacher Job in Rocky River, OH

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    Hello! The Goddard School in Rocky River is looking for a Preschool Teacher.

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Preferred

    High School Diploma Required

    $23k-28k yearly est.

    24d ago

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    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

    Early Learning Academies

    Kindergarten Teacher Job in Parma, OH

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    Early Childhood Teachers (Infant, Toddler, Preschool, PreK & School Age) Knowledge of or ability to learn early childhood education standards. Location: Creative Playrooms – Parma, OH

    Entry Level

    Bachelors Preferred

    $45k-55k yearly est.

    8d ago

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  • Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

    Primrose School of Westlake

    Kindergarten Teacher Job in Westlake, OH

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    As a Pre-Kindergarten Teacher at Primrose School of Westlake, you’ll create a fun, safe environment for students to discover new concepts with confidence through multi-sensory learning experiences. Observes all rules and regulations at Primrose School of Westlake and the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children. At Primrose School of Westlake, you bring the passion, and we’ll give you all the tools and training to be successful. Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts.

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $41k-57k yearly est.

    8d ago

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  • Early Childhood Teacher

    Primrose School of Solon

    Early Childhood Teacher Job in Solon, OH

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    At Primrose School of Solon, you bring the passion, and we’ll give you all the tools and training to be successful.Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts. It’s an opportunity to foster curiosity, creativity and compassion in children-all while helping them develop a lifelong love of learning.As a Toddler Teacher at Primrose School of Solon, you’ll create a fun, safe environment for little ones who are constantly on the move.

    Junior Level

    $23k-36k yearly est.

    8d ago

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  • 4.5

    3rd Grade Teacher

    Accel Schools

    Elementary School Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified Founded in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States. Second Grade Teacher at Broadway Academy located in Cleveland, Ohio -Home of the Stars-is one of the top-performing schools in Cleveland and ranks in the Top 25% of Ohio Charter Schools.

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    Bachelors Required

    $49k-72k yearly est.

    3d ago

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  • Energetic and Fun Preschool Teacher

    Primrose School of Broadview Heights

    Preschool Teacher Job in Brecksville, OH

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    Primrose School of Broadview Heights is seeking a full-time Toddler Teacher for age group of 2 – 3 years olds!

    Full Time

    Entry Level

    Offers Benefits

    $23k-34k yearly est.

    28d ago

    28d ago

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    Assistant Toddler and Preschool Teacher

    The Goddard School-Highland Heights, Oh

    Preschool Teacher Job in Highland Heights, OH

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    If so, then The Goddard School is the place for you!

    Full Time

    Part Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    Bachelors Preferred

    High School Diploma Required

    $23k-28k yearly est.

    40d ago

    40d ago

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  • Early Childhood School Age Teacher ($1,000 Sign On Bonus)

    Kids First Learning Center

    Toddler Teacher Job in Olmsted Falls, OH

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    ********$1,000 Sign On Bonus for FT Hires********

    ********$500 Sign On Bonus for PT Hires********

    KidsFirst Learning Center

    is currently hiring a dynamic and experienced

    School Age Teacher

    .
    Our mission is to hire the

    BEST teachers

    to provide top-notch care for our children in our licensed childcare center!
    Some of the

    duties

    include but are not limited to the following:

    Creating and maintaining an environment that is clean and safe for all children

    Carrying out the daily responsibilities of the classroom relating to the care of the children

    Responsible for the safety and well-being of each child, responding to their emotional needs

    Implementing lesson plans/curriculum on a weekly basis covering all areas of child development

    Establishing a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care for the children

    Required Qualifications:

    High School Diploma Required

    Compensation:

    $13+ per hour, BOE

    FT:

    11:00am – 6:00pm

    PT:

    12:00pm – 6:00pm, 1:00pm – 6:00pm, or 2:00pm – 6:00pm
    We are a

    family-oriented, close-knit

    organization and we have a lot to offer our next team member including:

    Paid Training

    Generous Benefits Package, including Dental, Medical, and Vision Insurance

    Fun and Positive Place to Work

    401k with Match

    Tuition Assistance

    Discounts for Childcare

    Shirts and Swag – we love to show appreciation for our teachers!

    If you are patient, detail-oriented, dependable, and able to provide a creative, engaging, and structured classroom experience, please apply now for our opening today!

    ********$1,000 Sign On Bonus for FT Hires********

    ********$500 Sign On Bonus for PT Hires********

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    High School Diploma Required

    $22k-28k yearly est.

    8d ago

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  • 4.5

    Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States. located on adjoining campuses in the beautiful Tremont neighborhood, Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School is the only tuition-free school in Cleveland that offers a continuous EK-12 college-prep education.

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    4d ago

    New

    4d ago

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  • Preschool Teacher

    Primrose School of Solon

    Preschool Teacher Job in Solon, OH

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    At Primrose School of Solon, you bring the passion, and we ll give you all the tools and training to be successful.Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts. It s an opportunity to foster curiosity, creativity and compassion in children all while helping them develop a lifelong love of learning.As a Preschool Teacher at APrimrose School of Solon, you ll create a fun, safe environment with a daily schedule designed to develop children s confidence and independence.

    Junior Level

    $23k-34k yearly est.

    39d ago

    39d ago

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  • 3.7

    Early Childhood Education Teachers

    Early Learning Academies

    Early Childhood Teacher Job in Strongsville, OH

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    Early Childhood Education Center Teacher Knowledge of or ability to learn early childhood education standards.

    Junior Level

    High School Diploma Required

    $25k-36k yearly est.

    6d ago

    New

    6d ago

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  • 3.9

    Teacher

    New Story Schools

    Teacher Job in Brooklyn Heights, OH

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    Teacher to manage all functions within their assigned classrooms, including service delivery, reporting, and management of classroom assistants and aides.

    Full Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $38k-55k yearly est.

    6d ago

    New

    6d ago

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  • Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

    Primrose School of Westlake

    Kindergarten Teacher Job in Westlake, OH

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    Observes all rules and regulations at Primrose School of Westlake and the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children. At Primrose School of Westlake, you bring the passion, and we ll give you all the tools and training to be successful.Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts. As a Pre-Kindergarten Teacher at Primrose School of Westlake, you ll create a fun, safe environment for students to discover new concepts with confidence through multi-sensory learning experiences.

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $41k-57k yearly est.

    32d ago

    32d ago

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  • 4. 5

    Cleveland – Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    for the 2022-2023 School Year at our Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified serving the Shaker community and surrounding neighborhoods, Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy (CASSA) offers a creative learning environment for elementary and middle school students. in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States. At Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy,

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    36d ago

    36d ago

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  • 3.9

    Teacher Support

    New Story Schools

    Emotional Support Teacher Job in Sandusky, OH

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    Teacher support staff must be able to effectively run a classroom during substitute teaching assignments. Teacher support staff must practice positive and professional behavior during all daily interactions. Teacher support staff must be on-call to quickly respond to staff requests. in Sandusky, OH is seeking a qualified

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $27k-35k yearly est.

    14d ago

    14d ago

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  • 3.7

    Creative Playrooms – Early Childhood Education Teachers

    Early Learning Academies

    Early Childhood Teacher Job in Parma, OH

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    Be a part of a growing community of early childhood educators who care about their teachers’ joy and growth. Caring. Creative Playrooms – Parma, Ohio

    Part Time

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $25k-36k yearly est.

    7d ago

    New

    7d ago

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  • Preschool Teacher

    Primrose School of Westlake

    Preschool Teacher Job in Westlake, OH

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    Observes all rules and regulations at Primrose School of Westlake and the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children. We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Teacher to plan and implement an ongoing program of activities that promote the social, emotional, cognitive and physical development of each child, in accordance with the Primrose Balanced Learning approach to teaching and learning Primrose School of Westlake is an accredited private preschool that provides a premier educational child care experience. As a Teacher at Primrose School of Westlake located at 25400 Center Ridge Road Westlake, OH 44145, you will help young minds explore, discover and understand the world around them.

    Junior Level

    Offers Benefits

    $23k-34k yearly est.

    13d ago

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  • Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

    Primrose School of Solon

    Kindergarten Teacher Job in Solon, OH

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    At Primrose School of Solon, you bring the passion, and we ll give you all the tools and training to be successful.Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts. It s an opportunity to foster curiosity, creativity and compassion in children all while helping them develop a lifelong love of learning.As a Pre-Kindergarten Teacher at Primrose School of Solon, you ll create a fun, safe environment for students to discover new concepts with confidence through multi-sensory learning experiences.

    Junior Level

    $41k-57k yearly est.

    10d ago

    10d ago

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  • 3.7

    Early Childhood Educators

    Early Learning Academies

    Early Childhood Education Instructor Job in Strongsville, OH

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    Knowledge of or ability to learn early childhood education standards. Early Childhood Educators (Infant, Toddler, Preschool, PreK & School Age) Location: Creative Playrooms – Strongsville, OH

    Junior Level

    High School Diploma Required

    $31k-39k yearly est.

    8d ago

    8d ago

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  • 4. 5

    Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified A member of the ACCEL Schools network of high achieving charter schools, the school creates a safe and secure learning environment that accelerates achievement without losing sight of student well-being and personal development. in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States.

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    8d ago

    8d ago

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  • Preschool Teacher

    Primrose School of Hudson

    Preschool Teacher Job in Hudson, OH

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    It s an opportunity to foster curiosity, creativity and compassion in children all while helping them develop a lifelong love of learning.As a Preschool Teacher at APrimrose School of Hudson, you ll create a fun, safe environment with a daily schedule designed to develop children s confidence and independence. At Primrose School of Hudson, you bring the passion, and we ll give you all the tools and training to be successful.Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts.

    Junior Level

    $23k-34k yearly est.

    25d ago

    25d ago

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  • Early Childhood Teacher

    Primrose School of Hudson

    Early Childhood Teacher Job in Hudson, OH

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    It’s an opportunity to foster curiosity, creativity and compassion in children-all while helping them develop a lifelong love of learning.As a Toddler Teacher at Primrose School of Hudson, you’ll create a fun, safe environment for little ones who are constantly on the move. At Primrose School of Hudson, you bring the passion, and we’ll give you all the tools and training to be successful.Our Balanced Learning approach was developed with early learning experts.

    Junior Level

    $23k-36k yearly est.

    8d ago

    8d ago

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  • 4. 5

    Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States. located on adjoining campuses in the beautiful Tremont neighborhood, Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School is the only tuition-free school in Cleveland that offers a continuous EK-12 college-prep education.

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    6d ago

    New

    6d ago

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  • 3.7

    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

    Early Learning Academies

    Kindergarten Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    Early Childhood Teachers (Infant, Toddler, Preschool, PreK & School Age) Knowledge of or ability to learn early childhood education standards.

    Entry Level

    Bachelors Preferred

    $45k-55k yearly est.

    37d ago

    37d ago

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  • 4.5

    Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    Families additionally benefit from strong community partnerships including Boys & Girls Club, Cleveland Public Library – Fleet Branch, and Stella Walsh & Cleveland Food Bank. A part of the ACCEL Schools network of highly acclaimed charter schools, Cleveland College Preparatory School is highly rated by the Ohio Department of Education on Progress, Overall Value-Added, and Gap Closing. At Cleveland College Preparatory School, ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified for the 2022-2023 School Year at our Cleveland College Preparatory School in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States.

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    38d ago

    38d ago

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  • 4. 5

    Title I Teacher (2022-2023 School Year)

    Accel Schools

    Teacher Job in Cleveland, OH

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    ACCEL Schools is hiring a highly qualified Founded in 2014, ACCEL Schools is a K-12 public charter school management organization (CMO) across the United States. at East Academy located in Cleveland, Ohio

    Junior Level

    Bachelors Required

    $42k-62k yearly est.

    6d ago

    New

    6d ago

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How much does a Preschool Teacher earn in Beachwood, OH?

The average preschool teacher in Beachwood, OH earns between $20,000 and $40,000 annually. This compares to the national average preschool teacher range of $23,000 to $47,000.

$28,000

$20,000

10 %

$28,000

Median

$40,000

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What is the job market like for preschool teachers in Beachwood, OH?

The job market is good for preschool teachers in Beachwood, OH. The number of preschool teacher jobs have grown by 255% in the last year. Right now there are currently 423 preschool teacher jobs available in Beachwood, OH.

Active Preschool Teachers Job Openings By Month

Year   Month   Number of Preschool Teacher Jobs  
2022 May 423
2022 April 464
2022 March 449
2022 February 181
2022 January 276
2021 December 473
2021 November 385
2021 October 183
2021 September 120
2021 August 135
2021 July 70
2021 June 78
2021 May 119
2021 April 174

You can compare the number of available jobs in Beachwood to the number of preschool teacher jobs in surrounding cities.

Active Preschool Teacher Jobs In Nearby Cities

Nearby City   Jobs In Nearby City   Jobs in Beachwood   Difference  
Brunswick, OH 345 423 78
Cleveland, OH 330 423 93
Cleveland Heights, OH 327 423 96
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 338 423 85
Euclid, OH 318 423 105

What are the biggest employers of Preschool Teachers in Beachwood, OH?

The biggest employers of Preschool Teachers in Beachwood, OH are:

  1. Goddard School
  2. Primrose School
  3. Primrose School of Solon

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LLC BICHWOOD, address: Moscow region, Khimki, Skhodnya microdistrict, st. Oktyabrskaya, d. 29 was registered on 07/12/2012. Organizations assigned TIN 5047134496, OGRN 1125047012628, KPP 504701001. The main activity is the retail sale of footwear and leather goods in specialized stores, in total 99 types of activity are registered according to OKVED. There are no connections with other companies.
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Duration of the day 12:04

Sunday Sunday, September 25, 20254

9159

Sun:

Sunrise 07:17

+13 ° C

The nature of the weather and weather conditions:

Cloudy

Wind: Weak , South 3-4 m/second m/s
Relative humidity: 81-91%
Cloudiness: 100%
Atmospheric pressure: 725-727 mm. rt. Art.
Sea waves: light , wave height up to 0.6 m.
Rainfall: 1.6 mm.
Visibility: 100%

Morning from 06:01 to 12:00
Air temperature:

+13 +19 ° C

53 and weather conditions:

Rain

Wind: light , southwest , speed 3-4 m/s
Wind gusts: 14 m/s
Relative air humidity: 80-92%
Cloudiness: 100%
Atmospheric pressure: mm. rt. Art.

Waves at sea: slight , wave height up to 0.6 m.
Rainfall: 4.6 mm.
Visibility: 100%

day from 12:01 to 18:00
Air temperature:

+20 +22 ° C

The nature of the weather and weather conditions:

Short-term rains

Wind: Weak , West , Speed ​​ 4-5 M/S.
Wind gusts: 15 m/s
Relative humidity: 74-84%
Clouds: 75%
Atmospheric pressure:

9103 9105 mm rt. Art.

Sea waves: small , wave height up to 0.6 m.
Rainfall: 2.1 mm.
Visibility: 100%

Evening from 18:01 to 00:00
Air temperature:

+18 +21 ° C

3 and weather conditions:

Showers

Wind: moderate , westerly , speed 5-6 m/sec
wind gusts: 13 m/sec
Relative air humidity: 55-71%
Cloudness: 58%
Atmospheric pressure: 724-726 9 . rt. Art.
Sea waves: light , wave height up to 1 m.
Rainfall: 0.2 mm.
Visibility: 100%

Sunday, September 25, 2022 at Beechwood
the weather will be like this:

  • at night air temperature drops to +13°C, dew point: +9. 55°C; temperature-humidity ratio: very comfortable;
    precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the south at a speed of 3-4 m/s , overcast sky
  • in the morning the air temperature will warm up to +13…+19°C, dew point: +12,46° C; temperature-humidity ratio: very comfortable;
    rain is expected , it is recommended to take an umbrella with you, light wind blowing from the south-west at a speed of 3-4 m/s , cloudy sky
  • during the day the air warms up to +20…+22°C, dew point: +14.32°C; temperature-humidity ratio: comfortable;
    it will rain in some places , it is recommended to take an umbrella, light breeze blowing from the west at a speed of 4-5 m/s , the sky is covered with clouds
  • in the evening C, dew point: +9.79°C; temperature-humidity ratio: very comfortable;
    in some places it will rain , it is recommended to take an umbrella, moderate wind blowing from the west at a speed of 5-6 m/s , overcast sky

daylight hours 12:01

Monday, 26 September 20222

Sun: Sunrise 07:18 , Sunset 19:16 .
Moon: Moonrise 07:54

Wind: Weak , West , Speed ​​ 4-5 m/sec
Wind gusts: 10 m/s
Relative air humidity: 63-91%
Cloud cover: 94%
Atmospheric pressure: 726 mm. rt. Art.
Waves at sea: slight , wave height up to 0.6 m.
Rainfall: 3.1 mm.
Visibility: 44-100%

Morning from 06:0

Wind: Moderate , West , Speed ​​ 4-6 m/sec
wind gusts: 11 m/sec
Relative humidity: 86-90%
: 100%
Atmospheric pressure: 726-728 mm. rt. Art.
Sea waves: light , wave height up to 1 m.
Rainfall: 2.4 mm.
Visibility: 62-98%

Day from 12:01 to 18:00
Air temperature:

+14 +16 ° C

Weather and weather conditions:

Showers

Wind: Moderate , North-West , Speed ​​ 6 m/sec
Wind gusts: 11 m/sec
Cloud cover: 100%
Atmospheric pressure: 728-730 mm. rt. Art.
Sea waves: light , wave height up to 1 m.
Rainfall: 0.5 mm.
Visibility: 87-100%

Evening from 18:01 to 00:00
Air temperature:

+13 +15 ° C

00 Weather and weather conditions:

Clear

Wind: Weak , North , Speed ​​ 2-5 m/sec
Wind gusts: 9
9 : 56-62%
Cloudiness: 20%
Atmospheric pressure: 731-733 mm. rt. Art.
Sea roughness: light , wave height up to 0.6 m.
weather will be like this: temperature-humidity ratio: very comfortable;
rain is expected , it is recommended to take an umbrella, light breeze blowing from the west at a speed of 4-5 m/s , overcast sky

  • in the morning the air temperature drops to +13°C, dew point: +10 .65°C; temperature-humidity ratio: very comfortable;
    rain is expected , it is recommended to take an umbrella, moderate wind blowing from the west at a speed of 4-6 m/s , the sky is covered with clouds
  • dew: +7.76°C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
    in some places it will rain , it is recommended to take an umbrella, moderate breeze blowing from the north-west at a speed of 6 m/s , the sky is overcast
  • in the evening the air temperature drops to +13. ..+15° C, dew point: +5.4°C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
    precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the north at a speed of 2-5 m/s , clear sky
  • day length 11:58 +20 ° C

    Night from 00:01 to 06:00
    Air temperature:

    Wind: Weak , North-West , Speed ​​ 2-4 m/sec
    Wind gusts: 9 m/sec
    Cloudiness: 0%
    Atmospheric pressure: 733-734 mm. rt. Art.
    Excitement in the sea: Small , wave height up to 0.6 m.
    Visibility: 100%

    from 06:01 to 12:00 63 air:

    +12 . .. +17 °C

    Weather and weather conditions:

    Clear

    Wind: Weak , North-West , Speed ​​ 3-5 m/sec
    Wind impulses: 8 m/sec
    Relative humidity: 48-67%
    Options : 6%
    Atmospheric pressure: 734-736 mm. rt. Art.
    Sea waves: light , wave height up to 0.6 m.1003 day from 12:01 to 18:00

    Air temperature:

    +17 +18 ° C

    The nature of the weather and weather conditions:

    Small cloudy 911 Wind: Weak , North-West , Speed ​​ 4-5 m/sec
    wind gusts: 7 m/sec
    Relative humidity: 39-46% 9100 58%
    Atmospheric pressure: 735-736 mm. rt. Art.
    Excitement in the sea: Small , wave height up to 0.6 m.
    Visibility: 100%

    from 18:01 to 00:00 61 9253 Air:

    +12 +17 °C

    Weather and weather conditions:

    Clear

    Wind: light1004, North , speed 3-4 m/sec
    wind gusts: 8 m/sec
    Relative humidity: 44-61%
    Cloudness: 9%
    ATS : 735-737 mm. rt. Art.
    Sea roughness: light , wave height up to 0.6 m.
    the weather will be like this:

    • at night the air temperature drops to +13°C, dew point: +5.48°C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the north-west at a speed of 2-4 m/s , clear sky
    • in the morning the air temperature will warm up to +12. ..+17°C, dew point: +5,69 °C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze blowing from the north-west at a speed of 3-5 m/s , clear sky
    • during the day the air warms up to +17…+18°C, dew point: +3.69°C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the north-west at a speed of 4-5 m/s , in the sky, in places, small clouds
    • in the evening dew: +4.12°C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze blowing from the north at a speed of 3-4 m/sec , clean sky

    Duration of the day 11:56

    Wednesday, September 28, 2022

    Sun: Sunses of the Sun 07:20 .
    Moon: Sunrise of the Moon 10:12 , Hall of Moon 20:42 , Luno Phase: Growing Moon 4

    11003 7 m/s
    Relative humidity: 63-72%
    Cloudiness: 0%
    Atmospheric pressure: 737-738 mm. rt. Art.
    Excitement in the sea: Shtil , wave height up to 0.2 m.
    Visibility: 100%

    from 06:01 to 12:00

    air:

    +8 +15 °C

    Weather and weather conditions:

    Clear

    Wind: Light , East , Speed ​​ 1-3 m/sec
    Gults of wind: 5 m/second
    72%

    Cloudiness: 1%
    Atmospheric pressure: 738-740 mm. rt. Art.
    Sea roughness: calm , wave height up to 0.2 m.
    Visibility: 100%

    Day from 12:01 to 18:00
    Air temperature:

    +16 +17 ° C

    Clear and metele3, Clear:

    Clear.

    Wind: Weak , northern , speed 3-4 m/sec
    Wind gusts: 5 m/sec
    Relative humidity: 36-43%
    : 1%
    Atmospheric pressure: 739-740 mm. rt. Art.
    Excitement in the sea: Small , wave height up to 0.6 m.
    Visibility: 100%

    from 18:01 to 00:00 61 9253 Air:

    +9 +14 °C

    Weather and weather conditions:

    Clear

    Wind: light1004, East , speed 1-3 m/sec
    Relative air humidity: 43-59%
    Cloudness: 5%
    Atmospheric pressure: 738-739 mm. rt. Art.
    Sea roughness: calm , wave height up to 0.2 m.
    the nature of the weather will be as follows:

    • at night air temperature drops to +8…+11°C, dew point: +3.47°C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the north-east at a speed of 1-3 m/s , clear sky
    • in the morning of the air temperature will warm up to +8…+15°C, dew point: +3,33 °C; temperature-humidity ratio: a little dry, but generally comfortable;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the east at a speed of 1-3 m/s , clear sky
    • during the day the air warms up to +16…+17°C, dew point: +1.44°C;
      precipitation is not expected, light breeze wind blowing from the north at a speed of 3-4 m/s , clear sky
    • in the evening the air temperature drops to +9.

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        9-12,

        116 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.

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        Overall Niche Grade: A+,

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        Student-Teacher Ratio: 24 to 1,

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        John T. Hoggard High School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        9-12,

        281 Niche users give it an average review of 3.7 stars.

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        Overall Niche Grade: A,

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        Wilmington Early College High School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        9-12,

        98 Niche users give it an average review of 3.7 stars.

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        Overall Niche Grade: A,

        Students: 247,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 22 to 1,

      4. #90 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

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        Walter L. Parsley Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        K-5,

        Overall Niche Grade: A,

        Students: 525,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

      5. #117 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

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        Ogden Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        K-5,

        Overall Niche Grade: A,

        Students: 593,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

      6. #138 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

        #138 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina.

        Charter Day School

        Public School,

        LELAND, NC,

        K-8,

        3 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.

        Featured Review: Parent says Great classical learning style! Cursive is taught and rewarded, uniforms are consistent, and strong leadership are a few amazing things the school is known for..

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 1,041,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 22 to 1,

      7. #87 Best Public Middle Schools in North Carolina

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        M.C.S. Noble Middle School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        6-8,

        3 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.

        Featured Review: Parent says Environmentally, MCS Noble middle is pleasing for an older school. It is very clean with a fair amount of windows giving it a “brighter” feeling than most schools. The library has recently been….

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 719,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

      8. #157 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

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        Codington Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        K-5,

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        Students: 451,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

      9. #163 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

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        Wrightsville Beach Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

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        Students: 272,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

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        Eaton Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

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        Students: 461,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

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        Holly Tree Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

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        Students: 429,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        6-8,

        5 Niche users give it an average review of 4.6 stars.

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 767,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

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        Bellamy Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        1-5,

        1 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 462,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

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        Island Montessori Charter School

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 216,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 10 to 1,

      15. #145 Best Public Middle Schools in North Carolina

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        Roland-Grise Middle School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        6-8,

        3 Niche users give it an average review of 1.7 stars.

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 900,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

      16. #297 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

        #297 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina.

        Pine Valley Elementary School

        Blue checkmark.

        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        K-5,

        6 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

        Featured Review: Alum says I loved growing up at Pine Valley Elementary School it was where I learned how to calm down my anxiety and really start to succeed in school. I loved almost all of my teachers and made so many….

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        Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

        Students: 477,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

      17. #184 Best Public Middle Schools in North Carolina

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        Emma B. Trask Middle School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        6-8,

        5 Niche users give it an average review of 2.6 stars.

        Featured Review: Parent says I went to this school back in the early 80’s now my girls get to follow in my footsteps. Wonderful school and teachers and staff really care about the kids and their well being..

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        Overall Niche Grade: B+,

        Students: 700,

        Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

      18. #354 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

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        John J. Blair Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

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        Overall Niche Grade: B+,

        Students: 414,

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      19. #375 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina

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        Bradley Creek Elementary School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        K-5,

        1 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

        Featured Review: Parent says My granddaughter is in 5th grade and has attended Bradley Creek Elementary since kindergarten. The teachers she’s had have been excellent and the entire staff is wonderful. I would not hesitate to….

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        Overall Niche Grade: B+,

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      20. #187 Best Public High Schools in North Carolina

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        New Hanover High School

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        9-12,

        197 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        9-12,

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

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        New Hanover County Schools, NC,

        6-8,

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      Top 10 Best Wilmington, NC Public Schools (2022-23)

      School (Math and Reading Proficiency)

      Location

      Grades

      Students

      Rank: #11.

      Isaac M Bear Early College High School

      Math: ≥90% | Reading: 85-89%
      Rank:

      Top 1%

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      630 Macmillan Avenue
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 350-1387

      Grades: 9-12

      | 235 students

      Rank: #22.

      Walter L Parsley Elementary School

      Math: 83% | Reading: 80%
      Rank:

      Top 5%

      Add to Compare

      3518 Masonboro Loop Road
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 790-2355

      Grades: K-5

      | 525 students

      Rank: #33.

      Ogden Elementary School

      Math: 82% | Reading: 77%
      Rank:

      Top 5%

      Add to Compare

      3637 Middle Sound Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28411
      (910) 686-6464

      Grades: K-5

      | 593 students

      Rank: #44.

      Holly Tree Elementary School

      Math: 65% | Reading: 72%
      Rank:

      Top 10%

      Add to Compare

      3020 Web Trace
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 790-2250

      Grades: K-5

      | 429 students

      Rank: #55.

      Dr John Codington Elementary School

      Math: 66% | Reading: 68%
      Rank:

      Top 10%

      Add to Compare

      4321 Carolina Beach Road
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 790-2236

      Grades: K-5

      | 451 students

      Rank: #66.

      Dr Hubert Eaton Sr Elementary School

      Math: 67% | Reading: 66%
      Rank:

      Top 10%

      Add to Compare

      6701 Gordon Road
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 397-1544

      Grades: K-5

      | 461 students

      Rank: #77.

      John T Hoggard High School

      Math: 68% | Reading: 65%
      Rank:

      Top 10%

      Add to Compare

      4305 Shipyard Blvd
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 350-2072

      Grades: 9-12

      | 2,131 students

      Rank: #88.

      Charles P Murray Middle School

      Math: 64% | Reading: 65%
      Rank:

      Top 20%

      Add to Compare

      655 Halyburton Memorial Parkwy
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 790-2363

      Grades: 6-8

      | 912 students

      Rank: #99.

      M C S Noble Middle School

      Math: 61% | Reading: 66%
      Rank:

      Top 20%

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      6520 Market St
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 350-2112

      Grades: 6-8

      | 719 students

      Rank: #1010.

      Heyward C Bellamy Elementary School

      Math: 63% | Reading: 61%
      Rank:

      Top 20%

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      70 Sanders Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 350-2039

      Grades: 1-5

      | 462 students

      Rank: #1111.

      Emsley A Laney High School

      Math: 56% | Reading: 57%
      Rank:

      Top 20%

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      2700 N College Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 350-2089

      Grades: 9-12

      | 2,099 students

      Rank: #1212.

      Roland-grise Middle School

      Math: 52% | Reading: 61%
      Rank:

      Top 20%

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      4412 Lake Ave
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 350-2136

      Grades: 6-8

      | 900 students

      Rank: #1313.

      Eugene Ashley High School

      Math: 56% | Reading: 55%
      Rank:

      Top 30%

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      555 Halyburton Memorial Parkwy
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 790-2360

      Grades: 9-12

      | 1,818 students

      Rank: #1414.

      Cape Fear Center For Inquiry

      Charter School

      Math: 45% | Reading: 66%
      Rank:

      Top 30%

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      2525 Wonder Way
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 362-0000

      Grades: K-8

      | 406 students

      Rank: #1515.

      John J Blair Elementary School

      Math: 53% | Reading: 53%
      Rank:

      Top 30%

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      6510 Market Street
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 350-2045

      Grades: K-5

      | 414 students

      Rank: #1616.

      Murrayville Elementary School

      Math: 52% | Reading: 53%
      Rank:

      Top 30%

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      225 Mabee Way
      Wilmington, NC 28411
      (910) 790-5067

      Grades: K-5

      | 541 students

      Rank: #1717.

      Myrtle Grove Middle School

      Math: 48% | Reading: 55%
      Rank:

      Top 30%

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      901 Piner Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 350-2100

      Grades: 6-8

      | 767 students

      Rank: #1818.

      Edwin A Anderson Elementary School

      Math: 50% | Reading: 52%
      Rank:

      Top 30%

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      455 Halyburton Memorial Parkwa
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 798-3311

      Grades: K-5

      | 589 students

      Rank: #1919.

      Emma B Trask Middle School

      Math: 49% | Reading: 51%
      Rank:

      Top 50%

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      2900 N College Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 350-2142

      Grades: 6-8

      | 700 students

      Rank: #2020.

      Island Montessori Charter School

      Charter School

      Math: 40-44% | Reading: 55-59%
      Rank:

      Top 50%

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      6339 Carolina Beach Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 795-4860

      Grades: K-8

      | 216 students

      Rank: #2121.

      Pine Valley Elementary School

      Math: 48% | Reading: 51%
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      Top 50%

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      440 John S Mosby Dr
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 350-2121

      Grades: K-5

      | 477 students

      Rank: #2222.

      Bradley Creek Elementary School

      Math: 56% | Reading: 43%
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      Top 50%

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      6211 Greenville Loop
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 350-2051

      Grades: K-5

      | 353 students

      Rank: #2323.

      Winter Park Model Elementary School

      Math: 50-54% | Reading: 40-44%
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      Top 50%

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      204 S Macmillan Ave
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 350-2159

      Grades: K-5

      | 284 students

      Rank: #2424.

      New Hanover High School

      Math: 45% | Reading: 41%
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      Top 50%

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      1307 Market St
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 251-6100

      Grades: 9-12

      | 1,535 students

      Rank: #2525.

      Career Readiness Academy At Mosley Plc

      Alternative School

      Math: 30-39% | Reading: 40-59%
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      3702 Princess Place Drive
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 251-6161

      Grades: 6-12

      | 88 students

      Rank: #2626.

      Mary C Williams Elementary School

      Math: 43% | Reading: 37%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      801 Silver Lake Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 350-2150

      Grades: K-5

      | 387 students

      Rank: #2727.

      The International School At Gregory

      Magnet School

      Math: 32% | Reading: 39%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      1106 Ann St
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 251-6185

      Grades: K-8

      | 510 students

      Rank: #2828.

      Coastal Preparatory Academy

      Charter School

      Math: 20% | Reading: 44%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      1135 Pandion Dr
      Wilmington, NC 28411
      (910) 839-0012

      Grades: K-8

      | 717 students

      Rank: #2929.

      College Park Elementary School

      Math: 31% | Reading: 36%
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      Bottom 50%

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      5001 Oriole Drive
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 350-2058

      Grades: K-5

      | 470 students

      Rank: #3030.

      Girls Leadership Academy Of Wilmington

      Charter School

      Math: 16% | Reading: 43%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      4100 Sunglow Drive
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 338-5258

      Grades: 6-10

      | 347 students

      Rank: #3131.

      Edwin A Alderman Elementary School

      Math: 25-29% | Reading: 30-34%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      2025 Independence Blvd
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 350-2031

      Grades: K-5

      | 275 students

      Rank: #3232.

      Douglass Academy

      Charter School

      Math: 20-29% | Reading: 30-39%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      507 N 6th Street
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 763-1976

      Grades: K-5

      | 139 students

      Rank: #3333.

      Sunset Park Elementary School

      Math: 25-29% | Reading: 20-24%
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      Bottom 50%

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      613 Alabama Ave
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 815-6948

      Grades: K-5

      | 386 students

      Rank: #3434.

      Wilmington Preparatory Academy

      Charter School

      Math: 20-24% | Reading: 25-29%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      134 Cinema Drive
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 799-6776

      Grades: K-8

      | 123 students

      Rank: #3535.

      Wrightsboro Elementary School

      Math: 20% | Reading: 28%
      Rank:

      Bottom 50%

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      2716 Castle Hayne Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 815-6909

      Grades: PK-5

      | 505 students

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      Cape Fear Academy

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      3900 S College Road
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 791-0287

      Grades: NS-12

      | 717 students

      Coastal Christian High School

      (Christian)

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      1150 The King’s Highway
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 395-9995

      Grades: 9-12

      | 300 students

      Myrtle Grove Christian School

      (Presbyterian)

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      806 Piner Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 392-2067

      Grades: PK-8

      | 327 students

      New Horizons Elementary School

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      3705 S College Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 392-5209

      Grades: K-5

      | 93 students

      St. Mark Catholic School

      (Catholic)

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      1013 Eastwood Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 452-2800

      Grades: PK-8

      | 521 students

      St. Mary Catholic School

      (Catholic)

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      217 South 4th St.
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 762-5491

      Grades: PK-8

      | 190 students

      Wilmington Academy Of Arts & Sciences

      Special Program Emphasis

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      6201 Myrtle Grove Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 392-3139

      Grades: 4-8

      | 84 students

      Wilmington Christian Academy

      (Baptist)

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      1401 N College Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 791-4248

      Grades: NS-12

      | 1,014 students

      Winter Park Baptist Preschool & Kindergarten

      Daycare / Preschool (Baptist)

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      4700 Wrightsville Avenue
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 799-2029

      Grades: NS-PK

      | 140 students

      Calvary Christian School

      (Christian)

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      423 N. 23rd Street
      Wilmington, NC 28405
      (910) 343-1565

      Grades: PK-12

      | 107 students

      The Children’s Schoolhouse Montessori Preschool Of Wilmington

      Montessori School (Christian)

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      612 S College Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 799-1531

      Grades: NS

      | 55 students

      Friends School Of Wilmington

      Montessori School (Friends)

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      350 Peiffer Avenue
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 792-1811

      Grades: PK-8

      | 197 students

      Hill School Of Wilmington

      Special Education School

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      3333 Jaeckle Drive, Suite 140
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 685-3734

      Grades: 1-8

      | 51 students

      Joshua Academy

      (Christian)

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      4704 S College Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28412
      (910) 208-2960

      Grades: K-8

      | 36 students

      Noah’s Ark Children’s Center

      Daycare / Preschool (Baptist)

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      1501 Beasley Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28409
      (910) 395-0059

      Grades: PK-K

      | 94 students

      Oasis Day School

      Special Education School

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      3114 Randall Pkwy Suite 4
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 769-4586

      Grades: Inquire with school

      | 17 students

      Pathways Middle And High

      (Christian)

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      3110 Randall Pkwy 1
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 343-3321

      Grades: 6-12

      | 39 students

      Peace Rose Montessori School

      Montessori School

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      2173 Wrightsville Ave
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 769-2812

      Grades: PK-4

      | 78 students

      Pine Valley UMC Wee Care Preschool & Kindergarten

      Daycare / Preschool (Methodist)

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      3788 Shipyard Blvd
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 791-9824

      Grades: NS-K

      | 136 students

      Providence Preparatory Academy

      (Christian)

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      702 Eastwood Rd
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 742-0712

      Grades: K-10

      | 138 students

      St. James Day School

      Daycare / Preschool (Episcopal)

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      25 S 3rd St
      Wilmington, NC 28401
      (910) 762-7537

      Grades: PK-K

      | 101 students

      Waterview Learning Academy

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      3719 Carolina Beach Road
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 777-7564

      Grades: 9-12

      | 27 students

      Wilmington Sda School

      (Seventh Day Adventist)

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      2833 Market St
      Wilmington, NC 28403
      (910) 762-4224

      Grades: 1-8

      | 13 students

      Yahweh Center School

      Special Education School (Christian)

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      Po Box 10399
      Wilmington, NC 28404
      (910) 675-3533

      Grades: PK

      | 5 students

      Wilmington Friends School | Quaker School Wilmington DE




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      • Donovan Aldridge

        Class of 2018

        “Make yourself known in everything that you do. It’s very easy to get ‘lost in the numbers’ at a large university, so it is important that your professors are able to put a face to the name and that you make an honest impression. These connections that you make with professors, advisors, and coaches can last a lifetime and can open up new opportunities that you never knew existed or help you achieve experiences that you have always dreamed of . . . I am able to do what I love in a way that I never thought was possible because of these professors, advisors and coaches.”

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      • Susan Woolley Katz ‘88

        Class of 1988

        Susan Woolley Katz ‘88 was a Lifer at Friends, as were her sisters (Laura Kemper ’81, Lisa Anderson ’82) and parents (Cynthia Pyle Woolley ’56, Clark Hullihen Woolley ’57). Many other generations of her family also attended WFS.

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      • Eric Kelley ’10

        Class of 2010

        Eric Kelley ’10 graduated from Williams College in 2015 with his degree in English. While at Williams, Kelley captained the Varsity Men’s Lacrosse team and served as a member of the Black Student Union.

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      • David Venarde ’83

        Class of 1983

        “Most importantly, it helped me to value and appreciate silence and reflection, and I think it made me a better listener, which isn’t a bad thing in my line of work.

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      • Eleanor Napoli ’16

        Class of 2016

        “I believe that the concept of active listening and learning was cultivated at WFS, and this included being open to feedback. Being willing (and knowing it’s okay!) to change your mind, and constructively disagreeing helped prepare me for post HS life. On the topic of seeing something differently, it was here that I learned that it is perfectly fine to disagree with someone or not see eye to eye, but it’s imperative for everyone’s personal growth and development to do so in a kind, respectful, and gracious way. I think this is the most powerful lesson I took away from Friends and one that I see necessary to practice daily in our world, now more than ever.” 

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        Juliane Van Egmond ’68

        Class of 1968

        Julie Harvey Van Egmond comes from a long line of Quakers on her father’s side and was raised to believe in service to others.

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      • Grayton Downing ’14

        Class of 2014

        “Throughout college I spent my summers volunteering at Nemours hospital and since then, I always dreamed of working there as a physician.”

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      • Ellie Anderson ’14

        Ellie Anderson ’14 spent yesterday with a national celebrity – Punxsutawney Phil – who predicted six more weeks of winter on Groundhog Day 2022.

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      • Hunter Witmer ’10

        “One of the greatest lessons I took from Friends was how to think critically, which has served me well throughout my educational journey and into the professional world. It’s truly a skill that is valuable regardless of what you do in life.”

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      • Ikechukwu Daniel Adebi ’18

        Class of 2018

        “I greatly appreciate WFS for giving me the opportunity to become an independent learner and teaching me how to write. Without these skills, I would not have had nearly as much confidence to go into research as I do now.

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      • Alex Rudin ’13

        Class of 2013

        I attended Wilmington Friends School for 14 years, and by all accounts, I consider myself a “lifer.” WFS provided the bulk of my educational experience, which was the basis for my development as an artist and an activist. Throughout my attendance at Friends, certain core values such as integrity, community, equality, peace, stewardship, and simplicity were foundational.

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      • Peter Henderer ’89

        Class of 1989

        Peter Henderer ’89 attended Friends for three years for Pre-1st through 2nd grades, and then returned for 10th through 12th grades. On campus, he played football and lacrosse, played in the Concert Band and Jazz Band, served on the Service Committee, and was Clerk of the Business Meeting. After graduation, Peter studied at Bowdoin College, majoring in Economics and Environmental Studies, and serving as Co-President of the Bowdoin Outing Club. After Bowdoin he studied law at The George Washington University Law School and went on to the private practice of law in Richmond, Virginia. Peter’s practice is in commercial real estate, with a particular focus on tax-credit financed multifamily housing. On the side, Peter has grown a portfolio of his own residential rental properties. Outside of work, Peter has served on numerous non-profit boards, and is currently Chair of the Board of Trustees at Richmond Montessori School, a Toddler through 8th grade school in Richmond. Peter is married to Armistead Edmunds Henderer and they have two teenage children.

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        Laura Robelen ’78

        Class of 1978

        Laura Robelen ’78 was a 13-year veteran of Friends, following in the footsteps of her mother, Lois Moodey ’53. At Friends, Laura enjoyed participating in chorus and especially the annual Spring musicals. She served as Secretary of her senior class. The friendships made at WFS have stood the test of time, thanks to social media, and she regularly gathers with classmates living in the Wilmington area. Laura graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a major in Communication and Theatre and a minor in Psychology. Since 1988, Laura has been a licensed Realtor and is also an Associate Broker. She teaches the Pre-Licensing Sales class for her brokerage Long & Foster. Laura has been a fundraising volunteer for Delaware Hospice for the last 25 years. She has served as chair of The Festival of Trees for most of those years and also serves on the Board of Trustees and as Co-Chair of the Development Committee.

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      • Nathaniel Ruhl ’18

        2018

        “I learned to enjoy school, challenge myself, and develop in an environment where all of my teachers cared about my success and supported me.” 

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      • Phoenix Mellow ’08

        The Class of 2022 commencement speaker was none other than Phoenix Mellow ’08.

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        Tom Spiker ’93 & Jimmy Butterfield ’20

        A faculty member at the University of Arts in Philadelphia for the past eight years, Tom Spiker ’93 has taught many classes (and students) about music producing and engineering.

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      • Bowman Benge ’13

        “I think Wilmington Friends School pushes its students to try and pursue multiple interests.

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      • Ellie McGinnis

        2014

        “My time as a WFS student built a foundation of curiosity, empathy, and determination that I will always carry with me, but the most important lesson I learned as a WFS student comes from the George Fox quote in the front entrance of school: ‘Let your life speak.

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      • Cecilia Ergueta

        2018
        At Friends since Kindergarten, Cecilia ’18 has interspersed her Humanities studies in California with experiential learning in Germany. After a gap year in Berlin teaching children cooking on a kitchen bus, she entered an intensive program in Classics & Philosophy and designed costumes for the repertory Shakespeare Company during her freshman year at Stanford. When the pandemic moved classes online, she joined a Berlin social enterprise as a Marketing Manager.

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      • David Linton

        1978
        A big fan of the Stoic philosophers, David’s mantra is: Strive, not arrive.   Winner of both the Mendenhall and Bush awards, David played sports, sang in musicals, and acted at Friends.  He finds the faculty to be the School’s core asset.  Harry Hammond and Rick Reynolds in particular influenced his development.

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      Salesianum School in Wilmington, DE is a Catholic High School for Boys




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      1801 N. Broom Street
      Wilmington, DE 19802
      302-654-2495

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      Tatnall School | A Private day school in Wilmington, Delaware


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      A Tatnall education provides exceptional academics, outstanding athletics, unparalleled arts, and authentic relationships.

      Our students are challenged every day to be confident, innovative, creative, and exceptional.

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      • Coffee with Katy Phillips – Beekley Commons

        Come meet Katy Phillips, our new Director of Athletics! All parents are invited to come to learn more about Tatnall Athletics.




      • LS Parent Night

        We look forward to welcoming you to Lower School Parent Night. We will have light hors d’oeuvres and mingling beginning at 5:15 and the class visits and presentations should wrap up around 7. If you cannot make it, please look reach out to your child’s homeroom teacher for slides and specifics about anything you may miss. (Students should not attend this event.)





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      • School Photos

        More information will be sent to parents as we approach the date. Photo day is special dress optional.




      • Home & School Volunteer Fair

        If you want to learn more about Home & School, we invite you to attend our first H&S Volunteer Fair on Tuesday, September 27, at 8 a.m. in the Laird Performing Arts Center (PAC). Whether you are a first-time parent or this is your 15th year at Tatnall, we welcome all to join us and learn about the many ways to get involved with Home & School and help support the Tatnall community.


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      Visit Us

      Tatnall is located in the heart of Greenville on 110-acres just west of downtown Wilmington. A Tatnall education takes full advantage of our state of the art performing arts center, three certified nature habitats, 10 athletic fields, innovation and design labs, and exceptional academic programming.

      At Tatnall

      Our motto, Omnia in Caritate (All Things Done in Love), best describes the atmosphere you will find at Tatnall. We encourage you to arrange a visit with us to learn more about this remarkable family school. During your visit, expect to encounter educational excellence, teachers with passion, joyful learning, friendly smiles, and an authentically warm Tatnall welcome.

      Why Tatnall

      At Tatnall, we inspire students to explore and excel so they can engage the world with courage, intelligence, passion, and purpose. We provide a strong, balanced foundation with exceptional academics, outstanding athletics, unparalleled arts, and authentic relationships. We develop minds, build character, and create community – one student at a time.  

      8:1

      Student-Teacher Ratio

      25

      AP & Honors Classes

      110

      Acres of Campus To Explore

      7

      miles from Wilmington, in the heart of historic Greenville

      The Tatnall School is…

      Exceptional Academics, Outstanding Athletics, Unparalleled Arts, Authentic Relationships.

      Are you looking for a school for your student for the 2022—2023 year?
      Please contact the Office of Enrollment to learn more about the Tatnall experience.

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      The Tatnall School


      1501 Barley Mill Road
      Wilmington, DE 19807
      (302) 998-2292


      The Tatnall School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, genetic information, or disability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

      It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression, genetic information or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 

      The Tatnall School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students in PK3 through Grade 12 located in Wilmington, Delaware.

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      Tufts University

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      Access to Language Studies

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      Access to Language Studies specializes in summer English courses that offer cultural exchange for high school students aged 14 to 18. We offer high quality programs in exciting locations across the United States: Boston at Tufts University and San Diego at the University of San Diego.
      Our summer programs allow international students to improve their ability to speak English while experiencing the diversity of American culture firsthand. They take place over 2, 3, 4 or 5 weeks in July and August. Our language program includes 15 English lessons per week and our teachers are qualified ESL teachers. We offer a variety of supervised activities on campus and 5 field trips per week to places of interest such as museums, beaches, malls and favorite tourist spots. In addition to these activities, students can also take optional excursions to destinations such as Disneyland, California Adventures, and New York.

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      Boston Harvard Square

      21 km

      Kaplan International: Boston Harvard Square

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      “it was great and functional”

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      Our building is in the best location on Harvard Square, next to the campus of Harvard University. The building offers modern amenities including a computer center, free internet access and spacious classrooms. The school offers several different English classes and preparation for the GRE and GMAT exams. Harvard Square and the surrounding streets are lined with bookstores, boutiques, and numerous outdoor cafes where students read, play chess, or enjoy visiting street performers. Public transportation also makes the city of Boston easily accessible.

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      Harvard Square

      21 km

      New England School of English in Harvard Square

      1 review

      “I had a very good experience!”

      The school is founded and managed by teachers
      NESE’s unique approach is based on pedagogical research, the results of an analysis carried out by the founder (and current president) of NESE while completing his degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her research into effective school and classroom environments has allowed
      to create NESE, a school whose founding principles are commitment to excellence in teaching, respect for all people, belief in the ability of each student to succeed, and recognition of the special needs and goals of each student as the most important factor in the path to success.
      High quality courses
      small classes
      At NESE, education of the highest quality is a priority, the foundations of which have been identified through pedagogical research. All aspects of the NESE academic program are carefully planned and aimed at creating an environment conducive to learning. Everything is planned, down to the placement of desks, to create an environment that maximizes students’ chances of success.
      Our classes have an average of 12 students. In small classes, you can organize lively discussions, give all students the opportunity to participate in them, and ensure intensive interaction between students and the teacher. Educational research also shows that small classes have a positive impact on student outcomes. Because NESE strives to create an efficient classroom environment where students excel, our class sizes are limited.
      A well-deserved school
      Exceptional teachers and staff
      Due to its excellent success, NESE is recognized and accredited by a number of organizations. However, for us, the best recognition is the hundreds of amazing testimonials that students send to the school every year. Click here to see some of them.
      NESE has become an unrivaled place to learn English thanks to the contributions of each individual. All NESE teachers and staff strive to provide each student with an exceptional school environment that stimulates, delights and fully supports students.
      Harvard Square: Our Location
      NESE is located on Harvard Square in Cambridge, next to Harvard University and just a short walk from the Charles River. Harvard Square is a hub of student activity and one of the most exciting and dynamic student centers in the United States of America. “Square” which
      ideal for the needs and recreation of students, surrounded by cafes, restaurants, bookstores and boutiques. Lectures at the university are just steps away, classic and contemporary films are shown across the street, theaters and concert halls are around the corner, and music plays in the streets and parks. Whatever you’re interested in, you’ll find it in Harvard Square!

      $1.160

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      West Newton

      23 km

      The Fessenden School

      This promotion is especially for our young explorers Fessenden Summer English Explorers.
      Fessenden SEE is a unique English immersion program for boys and girls aged 9-15 from all over the world. Students are involved in a balance between study, enrichment, innovation, leisure and travel.
      Students work with other students from all over the world, make new friendships, and learn to solve problems in a diverse learning community.
      Academic courses are held only on weekday mornings and are used to improve reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
      Our enrichment program connects our language skills with real problem solving in innovation, video production and team building. In addition, we also teach how to solve real problems based on perspectives from around the world.
      We have a beautiful campus with amazing facilities and lots of activities for everyone!
      The amazing part of our program is the tourism component. Students explore Boston over two weekends, go on a long weekend camping trip in New Hampshire, and experience the big city in New York.
      Please inquire for more accurate rates, but our total full board program is $8,175 (excluding expenses, which are a suggested $300-400).

      $8.175

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      Faneuil Hall

      24 km

      EC English Language Schools: Boston

      14 reviews

      “Amazing, the level of the teachers and the location is really good”

      “Wonderfull”

      Our center is located in the prestigious Back Bay, Boston’s prestigious area of ​​luxury homes and shops. From here, a short subway ride to the action center or a short train ride takes you into the peaceful Massachusetts countryside. Our center, founded in 19’92, is located next to the metro station, near the Charles River, and has recently been renovated. EC Boston is a TOEFL IBT test center with a great atmosphere and fantastic facilities.

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      Boston

      24 km

      Kings Boston

      6 reviews

      “My experience was really good.”

      “The most productive learning experience of my life.”

      World famous for its universities, Boston is the best student city. You’ll discover a rich history, a thriving café culture, and plenty of green space. Kings Boston is located on the beautiful wooded campus of Pine Manor College, in an exclusive suburb of Brooklyn. The location of the campus provides a safe, inviting environment and means you have access to a huge range of services, but the attractions of downtown Boston are just a short subway ride away. The nearest T station is Chestnut Hill, which is only a 15 minute walk from Kings Boston.
      Educational and sports facilities:
      – Well equipped, spacious classrooms
      – Free wireless internet access at the Kings Boston Hotel
      – Well stocked libraries
      – Computer Learning Center
      – Student services
      – Football and softball fields
      – six outdoor tennis courts
      – Cross-country ski trails (completely on campus)
      – gym with modern equipment
      – Gymnasium for indoor sports including basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, dance and football
      Activities on campus:
      – Lectures, films, theater workshops, computer and video seminars, seminars, debates, music, concerts and performances, as well as many sports.
      Catering services:
      The student cafe on the territory of the center offers a wide selection of hot and cold dishes. Full board accommodation is available on campus, including 19meals per week.

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      Boston

      24 km

      InFluent: Boston

      The host are located in Boston and surrounding areas.

      $1.370

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      FLS Boston Commons

      24 km

      FLS Boston Commons

      10 reviews

      “Yes it was a really wonderful experience for me. FLS Boston is one of the best schools in all of Boston!”

      “Very good experience, the teacher was great.”

      FLS International’s newest center is located in the heart of Boston overlooking the Boston Commons, the city’s famous park and gardens. The language school offers many programs for students to choose from and is close to many cultural attractions including art museums and libraries. The Boston subway system will also allow students to experience different areas of the city, each with its own subculture. FLS also organizes weekend trips outside of the city.

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      Boston

      24 km

      OHC Boston

      OHC Boston is centrally located adjacent to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, where you can enjoy excellent English teaching and community activities, as well as enjoy exploring the surroundings of an amazing historic city with its combination of stylish sophistication and renowned New England charm. We strive to ensure that our clients and students have a wonderful time while they stay with us. Every detail of our centre, including our buildings, our activities, our student homes and our academic programs, is designed to offer you a carefree and engaging learning and travel experience that exceeds all expectations.
      This vibrant, thriving city is renowned for its cultural venues, cuisines, world-class educational institutions and universities, sports franchises, and its place at the forefront of American history. Tourism is one of New England’s largest industries; As the region’s social and commercial hub, Boston is ready to host and entertain you like few other cities, with places like Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, Harvard University and Community Gardens.
      Boston is one of America’s oldest cities, with a rich economic and social history, and a calendar full of exceptional musical and theatrical productions of world-famous sporting events and ethnic festivals. Boston has a history to savor as well as the freshest local seafood. At Chowderfest, you can walk through parks, stroll through public squares, or try homemade beer.
      At OHC, we are committed to providing quality, innovative education that empowers individuals to develop and fulfill their potential through; inspire and fulfill dreams and be a role model for teaching English that is vibrant, meaningful and inspiring. OHC faculty contribute to and promote education by strengthening the social fabric, bringing together diverse cultures and peoples, while providing a sustainable and supportive environment in which students and staff can grow. We offer students the best combinations – young and distinguished, modern and traditional, sophisticated and casual. English classes at International House Boston will help you experience it all!
      We also offer an active social program, organizing group excursions so that students can have fun practicing their English while seeing the sights of Boston. OHC Boston is the perfect place to study and move to the next level, whether you’re a beginner or advanced English learner.

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      Language Studies International (LSI): Boston

      30 reviews

      “Very good experience”

      “Best of the best”

      One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston has a rich cultural heritage, offering its guests a huge selection of activities and entertainment. From the Museum of Fine Arts to ice skating on the Boston Common and attending a baseball game at Fenway Park, Boston has something for everyone – the perfect place to study English in the USA.
      The LSI language school in Boston is located on the border of Chinatown and the Theater and Financial Districts, next to the subway, bus station and commuter train station. Our language school provides excellent facilities to help you learn English, including a library of student materials, a computer lab with internet access, and a lounge area. We offer both TOEFL exam preparation courses and more comprehensive ESL (English as a Second Language) programs.
      Amenities: Modern classrooms: 9, Maximum class size: 15, School computers: 15 ,Free WiFi, Good transport links, Convenient location, Student microwave, Student refrigerator, E-learning, Student lounge, Rooftop deck.

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      Therapeutic boarding school in Wilmington, North Carolina

      Therapeutic boarding school in Wilmington, North Carolina

      Traditional schools in Wilmington, North Karolina, were not satisfied the needs of each student, and in recent decades there has been more focus on identifying mental health issues among teenagers in Wilmington, North Carolina.

      Traditional methods failed them, as adults once did when faced with addiction or other criminal behavior; a new idea has emerged that placing these troubled teenagers in specialized residential schools in Wilmington, North Carolina, elsewhere, or even abroad, will create an environment in which therapeutic help can be provided without disturbing the little stability of life that existed at home .

      In recent years, there has been an increase in specialty schools serving teenagers in Wilmington, NC who are struggling with mental health or addiction. These students, up to this point, would never have had any other choice than boarding in Wilmington, North Carolina; however, we can now offer them unique programs that dedicate the same amount of time and energy to helping these teens overcome their problems without isolating them from their peers.

      What are therapeutic boarding schools in Wilmington, NC?

      Therapy schools in Wilmington, North Carolina are a form of alternative education that provides emotional, mental, and physical rehabilitation for students with special needs. These problems can range from behavioral problems to cognitive learning difficulties; they don’t fit in the traditional classroom setting, so these schools offer extra services like counseling as part of their goal of getting back to health, helping kids feel better again.

      Therapeutic boarding schools have been around for decades and are more important than ever. Modern traditional schools in Wilmington, North Carolina are unable to meet the needs of all of their students, which has led to an increase in problems in the lives of teenagers in recent years due to issues such as mental health or addiction; It used to be thought that eliminating a troublemaker would be prohibitively expensive, but this is where the therapeutic boarding house in Wilmington, North Carolina comes into play.

      Serving the wider Wilmington, NC area, these specialty facilities offer a supportive environment with skilled care available 24/7 so these young people can focus on healing themselves instead of worrying about what’s going on at home, while receiving a first-class education. like-minded people who later become good friends along the way.

      Adolescent Addiction and Treatment in Wilmington, NC

      Wilmington, North Carolina, is facing an epidemic of teen drug addiction. Some teens in Wilmington, NC who are drug addicts will relapse and come back, but there are many factors that can affect this outcome, including therapeutic elements in treatment, such as therapy or counseling, and methods outside of their usual environment that have been shown to reduce the rate of further recovery. from addiction.

      Most of the treatment approaches for teen addictions in Wilmington, NC are based on the abstinence model, but relapse (or relapse) is not uncommon among those seeking help with addiction. Therapeutic elements and methods play an important role when it comes to recovery in Wilmington, NC, however additional variables such as family involvement also affect the chances of success; making sure these factors align well with what works best for both parties can be critical to success or failure.

      The different approaches to drug addiction treatment for adolescents in Wilmington, North Carolina have been the subject of considerable research, and it is now clear that this population is different from adults. While most treatments focus on abstinence as a goal (which can be difficult for teens), many teens in Wilmington, NC need extra support to not only resist but recover from a relapse .

      Why Teens Can Attend Therapeutic Boarding School in Wilmington, NC

      Students who struggle with substance abuse in Wilmington, NC or with emotional and behavioral needs often attend therapy schools. Students may need residency programs to get rid of the negative influences at home so they can complete their studies in a drug-free environment that is safe enough where they can focus on healing without external distractions.

      Therapeutic boarding schools in Wilmington, NC are a great way for many students to get out of their comfort zone and discover new opportunities. It could be educational trips, meeting people from different walks of life, or simply getting away from home life.

      Wilmington, NC Therapy School for Behavioral Problems

      The Wilmington, NC Therapy School is a place where students with mental or learning disabilities such as oppositional defiant disorder, depression, and others attend. mood related problems. The environment of these schools in Wilmington, North Carolina can help them focus on the task at hand, rather than feeling overwhelmed by life’s challenges in general, which may have led to their academic failure, before navigating through normal settings such as the public schools in Wilmington, North Carolina. Caroline. .

      One of the most difficult life situations a person can face is academic failure. Therapy school students in Wilmington, NC are facing these challenges and need more rigorous environments in which they can excel academically, but many also suffer from mental or learning disabilities that make success more difficult than that. might seem reasonable to those who otherwise did not themselves experience such ills.

      In therapy school, students are expected to follow strict rules to help them overcome any disability they may have. These schools in Wilmington, North Carolina offer an environment where people with mental health issues or learning differences feel welcome and supported in their struggle to succeed.

      At the best therapy colleges in Wilmington, NC, you will find challenging courses specially designed by instructors who truly care about each individual’s unique needs; this includes both academic excellence and personal growth opportunities not found anywhere else.

      Wilmington, NC Therapy Boarding School vs. Wilmington, NC Therapy Day School

      The Wilmington, NC Therapy Boarding School or overseas is recommended as an excellent option for students in need of more intensive care. These programs may include both inpatient and group counseling in addition to the daily individual therapy typically offered at day therapy schools in Wilmington, North Carolina. The average stay in these types of studies tends to be one-year enrollment depending on the individual situation.

      A therapy day student in Wilmington, NC will attend classes outside of the home during normal office hours while still being supervised by teachers when they are also not busy working with peers – this gives children time away from their parents, but also provides support through activities designed specifically for the needs of each individual student.

      Therapeutic education in Wilmington, North Carolina is a specialized form of mental health care that helps students overcome their personal challenges. Many schools offer complementary therapies such as art, writing, or animal work to help them cope better psychologically.

      Wilmington, NC Therapeutic Residential School Costs

      Therapeutic Residential Schools serving Wilmington, NC offer a wide range of services and levels of care, as well as varying lengths or recommendations for stays. The amount they charge per day will depend on the medical staff’s experience of training at these institutions: higher qualifications result in more costly monthly training costs, other things being equal; residential programs offering lower grade counseling/mentoring may be covered by your insurance company.

      • Traditional boarding schools serving Wilmington, NC (permanent): $1,500-$3,500 per month.
      • Therapy Residential Schools (9-18 months): $3,000-$10,000 per month.
      • Short-term intensive programs serving Wilmington, NC (up to 3 months): $2,500-$4,000 per week.

      Choosing a Therapeutic Boarding School in Wilmington, North Carolina

      Worlds Best Rehab Magazine is the most widely read and well-known rehabilitation manual on the planet. Below, our experts have highlighted the top therapeutic boarding schools serving Wilmington, NC.

      Chapter 2. Wilmington. Laney High School 1979-1981 Michael Jordan and the World He Made

      Chapter 2. Wilmington. High school in Laney, 1979-1981

      Maybe Michael Jordan is really a genius, but in his youth, no special inclinations were found in him. The Jordans, residents of Wilmington, North Carolina, were solid, positive people – a typical Negro family, classified as middle class. However, Michael Wilbon, a well-known Washington Post columnist (also black), considers the Jordans to be representatives of the “upper middle class.” In his opinion, “there is a certain tendency in the press to belittle the material and social level of Negro families. ” Parents of future basketball superstar James Jordan and Deloris Peoples met at 1

      James and Deloris, whose parents lived in poverty and darkness, could now enjoy the beneficial economic and social changes that had transformed the American South. Naturally, they wanted their children to achieve even more in life, at least graduating from colleges. Obedient Michael really went to college, but before he had time to study for three years, his basketball coach Dean Smith decided that his capable ward would not learn anything more useful here and in general it was time for him to switch to professional sports. Deloris Jordan met Smith’s proposal with hostility: she wanted her son not to drop out of school and graduate from college. “Mrs. Jordan,” Smith told her, “I don’t want Michael to be a dropout. I mean, he’s got more than a provincial college diploma.”

      There has always been an atmosphere of strict discipline in the Jordan family. Their life went according to established rules, the first of which was the following: do not waste your talent and work hard. James Jordan, who served in the military aviation and therefore accustomed to a strict order in everything, encouraged his sons’ sports hobbies. But according to close friends of the Jordans, Deloris was the real driving force behind the family. She placed all her hopes on her children, constantly suggesting to them that the more their parents invest in their upbringing and education, the more is expected of them in the future when they become adults. The main thing, Deloris taught her children, is not to retreat in front of random obstacles, not to succumb to momentary panic. One day she told them about her sad experience – about how, already in her first year at the institute at Tuskegee, she managed to miss her home and foolishly returned to North Carolina, in tears. “My mother did wrong,” Deloris said once. “She should have put me on the train again—back to Alabama. I took into account this mistake of hers, and my children will receive a good education.” When Michael skipped school one day, she took him with her to work at the bank and left him in her car parked in front of the window, from which she could watch how diligently her son gnawed at his boring textbooks. Of all the five Jordan children, Michael, by his own admission, was the laziest. He, like none of his brothers and sisters, knew how to shirk household duties, finding the most unimaginable pretexts for this. The father subsequently joked: “It’s good that Michael found his place in life. Professional sports are just for him. With his laziness, he is not adapted to any other work.

      Unlike his father and his older brother Larry, Michael did not show any special aptitude for technology. For the family, this was a disappointment: in the Jordan household, technical savvy, the ability to do everything with one’s own hands, has always been revered. James Jordan (and Michael always admired his father) had a strange habit: doing anything around the house, he worked with his tongue slightly sticking out between his teeth. James adopted this habit from his father, grandfather Michael. It was inherited by Michael, who played basketball with his tongue hanging out. Years passed, and thousands of growing up basketball players, imitating their idol, adopted his trademark facial expressions for greater importance. And all because once did, digging under the hood of his car, an ordinary worker James Jordan.

      According to Michael’s friends from school and college, the key to his unbridled sports passion lies in his eternal rivalry with his older brother Larry, an outstanding athlete. Larry had great physical strength and ambition enough to achieve some success in sports, but for a basketball player he did not come out tall. “He was a real breeding stallion,” Doug Collins said of him. “I remember the first time I saw him—a short guy about 5 feet 7 inches tall, with unusually developed muscles and a powerful torso. It was created more for American football than for basketball. As soon as I saw him, I immediately understood where Michael got his sports passion, thirst for victory. And here is what Clifton (Pop) Herring, who coached both brothers in high school, said: “Larry was so passionate and ambitious that if he were 6 feet tall and not 5 foot 7 inches, Michael would be spoken of only as his brother. But it just so happened that Larry became known only as Michael’s brother. Michael himself once remarked: “When you see me in the game, you see Larry.”

      Over the years, Michael outstripped Larry in height, but he could jump as high as his younger brother. Ron Cowley, one of the coaches at Laney High School, thought that Larry would have excelled in gymnastics, but he still preferred basketball, although he did not become a star. He played in one of the Chicago professional clubs, however, realizing that his name was being exploited as the name of the brother of the famous Michael Jordan, he left the sport.

      The younger ones in the family often look up to the elders, while trying to surpass them. Michael was no exception, idolizing his brother, but not wanting to yield to him in anything. All day long they were busy in the backyard, equipped by James Jordan under the sports ground. The monstrously strong Larry initially overpowered Michael, but by the end of high school he began to grow rapidly and became, in the end, much taller than everyone in the family. To smooth out the friction between his sons, the father often praised the short Larry than the lanky Michael, and the younger brother, in response, exhausted himself with training.

      What is interesting is the ambivalence that Michael had for his older brother. On the one hand, he saw him as a rival, on the other, a role model. “When Michael and Larry were boys, they competed with each other in everything,” says David Hart, a basketball coach from North Carolina, who in his youth was Michael’s roommate in the student hostel of Chapel Hill College. Larry meant a lot in Michael’s life. He talked about it endlessly. You could say he idolized him. Of course, Michael was far ahead of his older brother in sports success, but this did not affect their relationship in any way. In the presence of Larry, Michael forgot about his fame, he immediately became just a loving little brother.

      Sometimes, however, Michael teased Larry. Once, when he had already become an NBA star, the brothers were fooling around on the basketball court. Suddenly looking at Larry’s feet, Michael said: “Don’t forget whose last name is written on your sneakers!” Still, sometimes he was bursting with pride: the younger brother was ahead of the older.

      The most curious thing is that Michael achieved his first sports success not in basketball, but in baseball. Serve well, he played for a very good team in Wilmington, playing in the children’s league. When he was twelve, his club even competed in the eastern zone championship and made it to the decisive match, the winner of which would qualify for the U.S. Junior Championship. Michael showed his best in that meeting, but the Wilmington team still lost 0:1.

      Michael also liked basketball, but at that time it seemed to him something unattainable: the kid was short (5 feet 8 inches) and thin as a chip. This depressed him, and before moving on to high school, he hung on the horizontal bar for a long time, hoping that his body would stretch. Over the years, he has noticeably gained in height, but the horizontal bar has nothing to do with it – that’s what nature itself ordered.

      In the meantime, glimpses of basketball talent began to be noticed in him. Harvest Leroy Smith, a classmate and close friend of Michael who played basketball with him almost every day, considered him the best on the team of their 9class. Although he was still short, he was distinguished by speed and mobility. “If you saw how he passes the ball or throws around the ring,” Smith said, “you would be surprised. He’s small for a basketball player. But small, but daring. His reaction is – God forbid everyone. The whole question is how much he will grow up and, of course, how much he will improve his technique.

      If in technique Michael was inferior to some basketball players of his school, then in terms of sports anger he had no equal. “We trained every day with him,” recalls Smith, “and Michael always felt compelled to win. Let’s start a one-on-one game. If I won, he did not calm down until he took revenge. If he doesn’t win, you won’t drive him home.”

      After graduating from 9th grade, Jordan and Smith went to basketball camp for the summer. It was led by Pop Herring, a coach at Laney University. He invited Michael and his friend to play for the sophomores. He chose Smith because of his height (6ft 6in) and at Jordan he liked his speed and responsiveness. Physically, both guys have not yet fully formed. Their teammates, who were older by two or even three years, looked much more powerful. At this age, the difference even in a year means a lot.

      Smith had no doubt who was the better of the two. Of course, Michael. And then the long-awaited day came, when the lists of players of student teams were to be posted at the university. Friends, burning with impatience, came to the gym. Roy Smith found his name on the lists. Michael Jordan is not.

      It was the worst day of young Jordan’s life. The names of the players were listed in alphabetical order. Michael re-read all the names beginning with the letter J ten times, secretly hoping that he had missed his own in excitement, but in vain. I re-read all the lists: suddenly the alphabetical order was mixed up somewhere? Again to no avail. He went home alone. However, Smith did not impose himself on him as a travel companion. He knew Michael well and understood his condition. Jordan could not stand if someone saw him humiliated and suffering. When he got to his room, Michael wept bitterly.

      Years passed and the coaches realized their mistake. It was necessary to somehow soften the situation – to explain to Michael that his time would come. Moreover, it was not necessary to put his best friend in the main team. Roy Smith himself decided that the coaches were crazy: even though he is taller than Michael, he plays better. “We knew about the excellent inclinations of Michael,” says one of the school coaches Fred Lynch, “but we understood that he needed to gain playing experience. That’s why we decided: let him play in training or duplicating matches of student teams for now.

      In these matches, Michael immediately became the brightest player. Short, but nimble, he dominated the court, sometimes bringing his team 40 points each. He played so well that the training matches that took place in the early morning gathered a lot of spectators – the whole university came running.

      As Leroy Smith noted, failure only angered Michael. After that sad day, his sports passion doubled. The coaches noticed this too. “The first time I saw him, I had no idea who Michael Jordan was,” says Ron Cowley. “But one day we came to Goldsboro, to our age-old rivals. I came to the gym when the meeting of the duplicate teams was coming to an end. Nine players on the court moved as if serving a sentence, but the tenth fought not for life, but for death. I involuntarily thought that there was a turning point in the game: his team is only one point behind, and there are two minutes left before the final whistle. But – no: his team lost 20 points, and there was one minute left to play – hopelessness! This indomitable fighter was Michael Jordan. Even then I understood what his riddle was.

      In the time between Michael’s sad day and his penultimate year of high school, he grew 4 inches and became noticeably stronger. Now he could simply put the ball into the basket with the movement of his hand from above, especially since his hands had become impressive. The Lainey High School team has grown a lot, with a guy named Michael Jordan as its rising star. He still trained to the point of exhaustion and demanded the same from his partners. If he could not force them, he complained to the coaches. Those, in turn, believed that Michael worked too hard for the team and, doing the dirty work, rarely threw the ring. He, however, did not heed their advice. Then the coaches decided to talk to his father, hoping that Jordan Sr.’s exhortations would work. “I don’t know what to say,” James replied. – I have my own principles – not to interfere in my son’s sports life. I don’t want to be a model daddy. But since you really want to, I’ll try to talk to him.

      When Michael was in the penultimate grade, his school team won 13 matches, losing 10. Playing for them in the senior year, he had already reached certain heights. As a result – 19 wins and 4 losses. Only one embarrassing loss in the regional tournament prevented the Laney team from reaching the finals of the North Carolina State Championship.

      Middle platform

      Middle ground
      At the evening check, before dismissing the Suvorovites, Sergeant Chugunov announced: “Those who have been announced orders, go to the orderly area.” Sanka took off his belt, put it on a chair so that the badge hung into the aisle, and unbuttoning the collar of the gymnast,

      Chapter 4 High School – Better not remember!

      Chapter 4
      Odell Shepard once said: “Memory is given to man not to remember, but to forget.” The period of my education in high school corresponds exactly to this statement. Perhaps due to the fact that this time was for me the most0005

      CHAPTER 10 Central Asia and Baku.

      Appeals for amnesty and the death penalty. “Memorandum” and “Afterword”. Meeting with Slavsky. Case of Yakir and Krasin

      CHAPTER 10
      Central Asia and Baku.
      Appeals for amnesty and the death penalty.
      “Memorandum” and “Afterword”.
      Meeting with Slavsky. Case of Yakir and Krasin
      At the end of March, Lyusya and I decided to afford something like a honeymoon trip – to Central Asia, where spring was already beginning. It’s

      Chapter 2 1980-1981

      Chapter 2
      1980–1981
      While young James Hetfield listened to rock and indulged in the pleasures that accompanied it, across the ocean in Copenhagen, the Ulrich family prepared for big changes. For a variety of reasons, in August 1980 Torben, Lone and Lars packed their bags and moved from their native Denmark to America,

      Chapter 3 1981-1982

      Chapter 3
      1981–1982
      Unlike many parents, Torben Ulrich always supported any ideas of his son. “From early childhood, Lars was used to doing everything himself,” Torben recalls. – When “Kiss” or someone else performed in Denmark, he already traveled by bus to their

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      Secondary school for middle children

      Secondary school for middle children
      From fairy tales heard in childhood, Auguste learned that the world is a place where Good fights Evil. As he grew older, he realized that the fairy tales were right. Alas, it is not always possible to determine who is on whose side.
      G. L. Oldi, A. Valentinov. “Alumen”
      Andrey Shmalko

      09. SECONDARY SCHOOL

      09. HIGH SCHOOL
      You can’t step into the same river twice…
      Second entry to high school. Hunger again. After the plant, it is not so easy to find yourself in the once familiar walls of the school. Everything is unusual and unusual. Clean class, freshly painted desks, calls after 45 minutes, hasty

      Chapter 2.

      Wilmington. High school in Laney, 1979-1981 years

      Chapter 2. Wilmington. High school in Laney, 1979-1981
      Maybe Michael Jordan is really a genius, but in his youth, no special inclinations were found in him. Jordans, residents of Wilmington (North Carolina), were solid, positive people – typical

      CENTRAL ASIA

      MIDDLE ASIA
      In order to find … one must be able to search, one must foresee the invisible, feel the future, not lose heart in case of failures and difficulties, insist and work hard.
      D. I. Mendeleev
      In the life of Alexander Evgenievich decade 1920-1930 was truly

      Altai – Central Asia – Caucasus – Baikal

      Altai – Central Asia – Caucasus – Baikal
      In the summer of 1959, our relative Aya Sagalovich was going on a hike in Altai with her friends and invited Yura and Volodya to join. The route was difficult and interesting, they happily agreed. Train “Moscow – Barnaul”

      Kusar, not a school of junior aviation specialists, but a school of future aces

      Kusar, not a school of junior aviation specialists, but a school of future aces
      But then everything was seen in a rainbow light. In addition, we did not have time to really appreciate the commander, who, probably, did not get the last name from the ceiling. In a couple of days we were with ten of the same

      6. Secondary school

      6. Middle school
      We love our country and love it with great tenderness, but it does not love us, but despises us.
      Martin Delany, 1852
      All the time I was in school, I had conflicts with teachers. Gradually, our skirmishes intensified, which eventually led to my temporary departure

      North Carolina, USA | University of North Carolina Wilmington

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      University of North Carolina Wilmington ( UNCW ) – public higher education institution in the United States. The history of UNCW dates back to 1947. The main building of the university is located in Wilmington inside an urban campus.

      In 1947 Wilmington College first opened its doors to 238 students. The university is located in North Carolina, in the Wilmington area. UNCW offers 73 undergraduate and 32 graduate and doctoral programs, including a PhD in Marine Biology and an EdD in Educational Leadership. College programs in the field of natural sciences, biological sciences and chemistry are especially popular. The university offers its students various study options based on the College of Arts and Sciences, the Cameron Business School, the Watson School of Pedagogy, the School of Nursing and the School of Higher Education.

      A unique combination of teaching and research, a safe and beautiful campus, and the historic port city of Wilmington with beautiful beaches make University of North Carolina Wilmington a popular destination for students.

      Key Data

      • Location: Wilmington, North Carolina;
      • Founded: 1947;
      • Number of students: 12,413;
      • Enrollment: August, January;
      • Level of higher education: bachelor’s/master’s;
      • Type of educational institution: state university.

      Ranked among American universities

      13th in the U.S. News & World Report ranking of 118 public and private universities in the southern part of the country that award master’s degrees; Ranked among The 50 Most Profitable Public Colleges and Universities by The Princeton Review; listed in the top 300 universities in the US and Canada in the Fiske Guide to Colleges.

      Listed in The Princeton Reviwer’s “165 Most Profitable” Universities, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington can be considered one of the most financially advantageous universities among the best.

      Main specialties

      • Business;
      • Marine biology;
      • Computer science;
      • Nursing;
      • Psychology;
      • Film studies.

      A unique combination of teaching and research, a safe and beautiful campus, the historic port city of Wilmington with beautiful beaches and a population of 160,000 people – all this makes the University of North Carolina at Wilmington very popular with students from all over the world. Wilmington is on the Atlantic coast of the United States, with a sunny subtropical climate, just halfway from New York to Orlando.

      Business, Marine Biology and Environmental Sciences are just some of the curricula in which the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) has traditionally been strong. High ratings from organizations like U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, Forbes and others testify to the quality of education received by students. These are just some of the reasons why a university is the most profitable choice.

      University Staff

      Being a medium-sized university, the University of North Carolina Wilmington teaches more than 14 thousand students. Together with local applicants, foreign citizens can also apply for admission to the university. University students can participate in student exchange programs. The educational institution is represented in the social. networks Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, Linkedin, where you can learn more about the university.

      University infrastructure

      The university has its own library. The educational institution allows students to live on campus. It is worth taking into account that in addition to the University of North Carolina System, the educational institution is a member of such associations as: American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU), Sport affiliations and memberships: National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

      Estimated cost of a year of study

      • Tuition and other fees: $16,434
      • Living expenses: $7,608
      • Other expenses (books, supplies, insurance): $3,640
      • Total: $27,682