Be careful. Bees with honey in their mouths, have stings on their tails. Schools with promises of special education help on their mouths, fight to not provide these services which will sting.
Sometimes students struggle with homework because of learning difficulties, not because they don’t want to do the work. If you suspect this, act at once. Some options include contacting the teacher, calling the special education department and requesting a neuropsychological evaluation, you the parent working with your student at home, or calling a Y3K Tutor In Your Home tutor to catch them up and move them forward.
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FUN FACT: It is believed the Easter Bunny first arrived in America in the 1700’s from German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania. They introduced the tradition of an egg-laying hare called Osterhase or Oschter Haws.
Did you know that traditional middle school and high school biology animal dissections can do more harm than good for students? There are psychological, physical and environmental dangers associated with animal dissections putting your student at risk. Over the next several days we will take a closer look at the harmful environmental risks related to animal dissection. Check back here tomorrow!
FUN FACT: March is named after Mars the Roman god of war. The reason for this is it was the month in which the military campaigns resumed after taking the winter off.
100% of U.S. medical schools do not require their medical students to participate in animal dissection. Therefore it is safe to say that cutting open animals is not necessary to become a brilliant doctor or grade school student.