What Type Of Day Care Program Should You Choose For Your Disabled Child?

Although it may seem like a relatively uncomplicated decision, choosing a day care for your child can sometimes feel as challenging as choosing a college or career path. This decision is only made more complex when your child has a physical or mental disability that can impair his or her ability to thrive in a traditional day care setting. What are your best day care options for a disabled child, and what should you evaluate in choosing a specific program? Read More 

Taming Aggression In Your Preschool-Aged Child

The first five years of life are marked with change. Starting preschool adds a new social environment that brings some added challenges for some children. If your child has been showing signs of aggression and anger at preschool, you'll need to do some positive intervention to help get to the bottom of the emotions that are driving these behaviors. Helping a child to redirect anger toward healthy expression can be difficult, but it will help them to learn and succeed with their peers at preschool. Read More 

New Parent? Start Now To Prepare Your Child For Success In Preschool & Beyond!

As a new parent, you have probably already begun to plan for your child's future, especially in the area of education. Although it is not possible to predict the field of interest or specific career path a child will ultimately take, parents who start early and take a proactive stance toward their child's educational needs are making a positive commitment to the success and happiness their child will experience as an adult. Read More 

3 Advantages Of A Catholic School Education For Your Non-Catholic Child

You've heard about an excellent Catholic school that you think would work well for your child, but there's just one issue -- you're Christian, but not Catholic. You'll be intrigued to know that as of the 2013-2014 school year, 16.4 percent of students enrolled in Catholic elementary and high schools aren't Catholic, according to the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA). There are sound reasons to send your Christian youngster to a Catholic school. Read More 

Budget Friendly Ways To Pay For Flight School

You are thinking about a career as a pilot, but is it practical? In a word, yes – the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates commercial pilots average over $98,000 a year, so it can be a profitable career choice. To get there, you will need to get the proper education and a commercial pilot's license – that means aviation college. Consider some cost effective ways you can pay for the education necessary to succeed in the world of aviation. Read More