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My Learning Springboard students all know the importance of studying for the SAT or ACT. And while there has been confusion for families about the expanded list of colleges adopting a test-optional policy and what this really means for the admissions process, there’s no question that doing well on the ... Read More
Progressive education, a pedagogical movement that defines most schools across the United States today, began as a niche, innovative idea that sought to reimagine the purpose of education in the late 19th century. One of the founding theorists, John Dewey, proposed the idea that the goal for education should be ... Read More
At My Learning Springboard, we have all kinds of students: Athletes, mathletes, actors, activists, and entrepreneurs. Most of these students apply to traditional colleges and universities, but some of our more creative students may also find themselves interested in pursuing a degree from a college specializing in art or design ... Read More
By Jacqueline Renfrow Original Source: Washington Family Originally posted in the May 2022 edition, pages 22-23 Parents want the best education possible for their children. But when you parent a child with special needs, deciding which school will best support their unique needs is not easy. We spoke with educational ... Read More