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How to Be the Type of Parent that Nannies and Teachers Want to Work With

The nanny, daycare, and preschool hunts are intense no matter which part of the city you live. It is so overwhelming at times that you begin to prematurely stress about what the kindergarten admissions process will bring (and don’t even get me started on college). But there’s one part of the process I feel confident about – […]

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Meet Sara & Mira Scholars Foundation: Educating Cambodian Students from San Francisco

Meet Sara Ortega. She’s a local mom who’s doing extraordinary things for the greater good. Sara started the non-profit Mira Scholars Foundation from her home in 2009, which provides grants for educational services in Cambodia. We think she’s pretty exceptional and wanted to share her story and more information about Mira with you.    How did […]

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Use Summer to Shift Your Family’s Mindset on Homework and Academics

*This post is sponsored, but the thoughts and feelings are our own, and we only work with businesses who we believe to be reputable and resourceful to our readers.  Parenting is not for the weary.  Raising kids from little hatchlings to young adults able to spread their wings and fly confidently out of our nest is not […]

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How Classroom Organization Transformed Children’s Learning Experience (and How to Do It at Home)

In 1981, the San Francisco Day School opened its doors to 400 elementary and middle-school aged students throughout the Bay Area. Though campus additions, emerging technology, and enrichment programs brought changes to the school over the past three decades, by the end of 2016, the organization in the school’s classrooms became outdated and insufficient. Lack […]

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