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Preparing for college
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Preparing for college
Preparing your child to attend college is a lot like preparing him for life.
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At Roxbury Latin, boys pursue multiple passions
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At Roxbury Latin, boys pursue multiple passions
“It is the thing I most look forward to each week,” says Richard Impert, a senior at The Roxbury Latin School. Richard is talking about his a cappella rehearsals, and the important role they’ve had in his overall growth as a student and person throughout his high school years.
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Your local library
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Your local library
Libraries can be a place to get homework help, find a quiet place to study, take fun classes, attend cultural events and socialize with peers.
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Your child’s learning style
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Your child’s learning style
There are well over 70 different learning styles, according to Vanderbilt University, and an entire industry has grown up around helping people identify and understand how they learn best.
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Honing study skills
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Honing study skills
Even the brightest student can struggle in school without a crucial set of study skills to help develop good studying habits, cope with stress and anxiety and demonstrate what he knows.
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Growing up  at Park
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Growing up at Park
How do you decide what is the “right” school for your child? When our family was considering Kindergarten for our daughter, Dahlia, we asked a lot of questions and ultimately chose The Park School.
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More parent input would have helped BPS superintendent search
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Opinion
More parent input would have helped BPS superintendent search
The process of replacing Tommy Chang as Boston Public Schools superintendent is ending the way it began: hurriedly, secretively, and with little apparent consideration of either the desires of the BPS community or for the requirements of this job. The superintendent will directly impact the lives of tens of thousands of Boston’s next generation.
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‘Resilient Current’
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Arts & Culture
‘Resilient Current’
One year ago, artist Salvador Jimenez-Flores met with the fifth grade class of Boston’s Josiah Quincy Elementary School to talk about art and identity. After months of workshops and collaboration, the artist and the students have produced “Resilient Current,” a bold triptych reflecting their experience in the ever-gentrifying Chinatown neighborhood. The piece is on view through Oct. 21 at the Pao Arts Center in Chinatown’s One Greenway building, with an accompanying video showing the creation process.
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Vietnamese-American culture featured in Fields Corner mural
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Arts & Culture
Vietnamese-American culture featured in Fields Corner mural
The Fields Corner neighborhood of Dorchester has one of the largest concentrations of Vietnamese-Americans in Boston. A diverse group of local artists and neighbors set out recently to increase the visibility of this vibrant community with a mural outside of Pho Hoa Restaurant.
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News
Letter to the editor: A racist anthem?
Whatever one’s views are about Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand and “properly acknowledge” the playing of the “Star-Spangled Banner,” it might be helpful to read the following excerpt from the 3rd stanza of the “Star-Spangled Banner:” “No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,”
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Shortages plague Puerto Rico after Maria
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National
Shortages plague Puerto Rico after Maria
Nearly a week after Hurricane Maria ripped through Puerto Rico as a category 4 with winds of 155 miles per hour, many Boston area Puerto Ricans are still struggling to make contact with family members on the island and send needed foodstuffs.
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Local Edition - the BINJ Report
Don't miss the latest LOCAL EDITION: The BINJ Report from the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism. This installment digs deep into developing local politics and the upcoming elections, and features Yawu Miller of the Bay State Banner ...
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