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Thank you so much for all the great
referrals.  Keep them coming! 
They are really appreciated! 


It is so much more fun to help the people
who value me and care that I am able to pay
for food, housing, health insurance and
the like.  (It is also so much safer.)

Here are a few tips for parents evaluating
 their kids' academics and supplementing
where it may be needed.  

(Please note: Every parent decides whose advice
they follow.  It is up to parents to choose wisely.)
One on one attention can be very impactful, especially from the right person. 

In evaluating academic help, parents priorities and values are very important in getting the right match.  Here are a few questions to consider ...


What types of research or skills do parents want their kids to be capable of doing for themselves later on in life?   (Which skills they build could have a big impact on their and your futures.)

What types of careers do parents want their kids to be able to pursue? What types of employers do they want their kids to be able to select? 

What skills and knowledge are needed for those careers or those employers?

Once deciding what skills and knowledge are important, here are some additional questions to help parents implement their objectives successfully.

Which of those skills and knowledge are parents in a position to provide on their own? The more fundamental skills parents can provide themselves, the more flexibility they have and the greater their options.

Which skills do parents need help providing?

What skills, knowledge and philosophy does the provider parents are considering have?  Can the provider assess and adapt material to the student's situation?  Is the provider's intelligence level at or above the level needed? Can they model several different learning strategies?

Hopefully, the materials on this site can help you have great success!
My privacy policy is that I don't keep track of who looks at this site. 
People have a right to their personal privacy.
Tracking just comes across as a little too disrespectful for me. 
And, some of the people at the top of those organizations
are just a little too scary to trust.
 
Money doesn't cure diseases, people do ......
  Money doesn't solve problems, people do. 
Have you taken care of the right people?

Please remember that no person or organization can be all things to all people. 
Everyone is different.  It is up to parents, teens and others to decide whose
advice they follow and what they choose to learn.  No one can make
   people learn what they don't want to learn.  It's important to
remember what people read or learned was a choice. 
EmpoweringLearners.com  
 

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