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Promoting Art in DC Area Schools – Think Beyond The Paintbrush

By Lucy WyndhamPromoting Art in D.C. – Think Beyond The Paintbrush Art in schools shouldn’t be considered a secondary subject. It is an essential form of expression and creativity for children. This is why the District Government in D.C has put forward this year a new, incredible vision for promoting art in the city. In their cultural …

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Is Prepping Unethical?

Our colleagues in New York have made some great connections. One group, Bright Kids, is a comprehensive tutoring firm. Based on this and any personal knowledge, how do you think the admission process in DC compares to NYC? Leave a comment below. by Taylor Kelly, Bright Kids, Inc. Over the years, I have encountered many …

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Gear Pressure

by Harrison Hodgkins, Intern & Experience Engineer, DCschoolHUB I’d like to think I was an involved, active student. My time in high school included juggling the responsibilities of being the secretary of my band’s leadership council and first chair tenor saxophone, a retreat team leader, a soccer player, and a guitar teacher. I thought I …

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New Year, New Tech Habits

Addressing Digital Distractions when Helping with Homework by Devorah Heitner, PhD, Author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Survive and Thrive in Their Digital World Parents everywhere describe the scene. “Do you have any homework?” You ask as he grabs a cookie. Your child’s teacher said to expect 45 minutes to one hour of homework each evening, …

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