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Tips for a Successful School Year

Each new school year is a fresh start. By adding a few items to your back-to-school checklist, you can significantly increase the likelihood that your child will have a better year – all year long. Supplies – you don’t need anything fancy or expensive, but you should corral the supplies your child needs to complete […]

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Considering 1:1 Schooling

Individualized learning has become extremely popular. In 1:1 schooling, a child cannot be left behind, passed over, or left to fall through the cracks. Students not only discover a more direct path to content mastery, but have time left over to explore personal interests. At Franklin, we frequently meet families interested in 1:1 schooling but […]

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The Benefits of Homeschooling

More than ever, students are required to keep up with the ever-changing nature of today’s world. Students no longer need a traditional classroom environment in order to gain the necessary skills to compete and thrive later in life. As a result, homeschool instruction is becoming more popular than ever before. The question is, can homeschool […]

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From Baby Talk to Skilled Reading

The first step to promoting good reading skills is providing children a language-rich environment. This is an environment in which parents and other adults actively engage in verbal communication with a child from birth. Even the youngest child benefits from engaging in fun games of mimicking silly sounds and made-up speech. These games are most […]

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Social Creatures Podcast with Room in the Trees

Last month, Dr. Franklin had the pleasure of speaking with Trent Reynolds and Sabrina Ward Harrison from Room in the Trees for their podcast about creative, social beings. We encourage you to check out the podcast here.

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Getting Ready for School as the Summer Comes to an End

The ads for back-to-school sales are trickling in, and emails about registration, books, and materials are starting to arrive. It’s tempting to block out the signs that summer is ending soon, but it’s a mistake to completely miss out on using these last weeks of summer to increase your child’s chances of school success.   […]

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A Conversation with Daniel Franklin, PhD

A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Franklin (Blog 4 of 4)

Throughout our work at Franklin Educational Services, Dr. Franklin gets asked many questions about the work we do, how we find the right instructors, and some of the theory behind why Academic Management works. We decided to sit down with him and have him break it down for us, interview style. The next few blogs […]

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Daniel Franklin, PhD

A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Franklin (Blog 3 of 4)

Throughout our work at Franklin Educational Services, Dr. Franklin gets asked many questions about the work we do, how we find the right instructors, and some of the theory behind why Academic Management works. We decided to sit down with him and have him break it down for us, interview style. The next few blogs […]

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A Conversation with Daniel Franklin, PhD

A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Franklin (Blog 2 of 4)

Throughout our work at Franklin Educational Services, Dr. Franklin gets asked many questions about the work we do, how we find the right instructors, and some of the theory behind why Academic Management works. We decided to sit down with him and have him break it down for us, interview style. The next few blogs […]

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Daniel Franklin, PhD

A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Franklin (Blog 1 of 4)

Throughout our work at Franklin Educational Services, Dr. Franklin gets asked many questions about the work we do, how we find the right instructors, and some of the theory behind why Academic Management works. We decided to sit down with him and have him break it down for us, interview style. The next few blogs […]

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