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Solo Sports for Introverted and Sky Kids

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Here's Where Their Abilities Shine Through... Read full article

Travel: The Park at OWA

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My family and I were recently invited to Foley, AL to visit The Park at OWA for the weekend. We decided to take advantage of the fun weekend getaway, especially since it’s only a 3.5 hour drive from Baton Rouge, LA. ... Read full article

1,000 EBRPSS Families to Receive 6 Months of Free Internet

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With Louisiana students learning from home, staying connected is crucial. Every Kid a King, established by Jim and Dana Bernhard and the Shaw Group with the purpose of supporting nonprofits in Louisiana, has extended the gift of connectivity in this ... Read full article

Happy Even on Her Hardest Days: Life with a Rare Genetic Condition

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Aubrey Martin is a fighter. Living with Rett syndrome and its associated global developmental delays is her everyday life. But in 2020, she faced a more urgent and critical health issue when she developed multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children... Read full article

Students Tell All: What's Private School Really Like?

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When you’re looking for a private school for your child to attend, one of the first things you do is go to the Internet. You search for the school, check out their website, read reviews, and eventually venture out to the school for a tour. While all ... Read full article



Reaching His Goals: Physical Differences Don’t Slow Success for Young Broadcast Journalist

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Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick. Those 12 seconds changed everything for Dylan Domangue, and they were the first seconds of his life.... Read full article

My Dream Role: Being the “Yes” Mom

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Once upon a time, in a life not so long ago, I got a chance to play the role of a lifetime: the “yes” Mom.... Read full article

Dunham Introduces New Two-Year-Old Program

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Great things come from small beginnings! Learning and developing through play and hands-on exploration are the hallmarks of The Dunham School’s new program for two year olds. Inspired by Reggio Emilia, the program’s curriculum will include developmen... Read full article

A Different Kind of Strength

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Brady Larson was two and a half when his parents, Sherry Carpenter Larson and Eric Larson, received the devastating news that he has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The genetic disorder is characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness. B... Read full article

Learning About Early Education

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A parent of a precocious four-year-old inquired, “How do you know when your child is ready for kindergarten?” Marvin Jacobson, author of Educating the Total Child: Straight from My Heart: Six Decades of Inspiring Children, Parents and Teachers, respo... Read full article

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