How Kids Can Come to Love Math - Information Hub Launched This Week


Mountain View, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/09/2014 -- Most parents want their children to do well in school. Parents know that a good education is often the ticket to a good life. As a result, parents send their children to school and keep an eye on things like report cards and attendance records. In other words, parents are happy if their kids are going to school, getting good grades and the teacher conferences are positive.

The problem with this approach is that it is no longer adequate. Gone are the days when schools could be universally trusted to educate children. Schools have been going out of the business of educations for years now, if not decades. The result is that parents must now take responsibility for educating their children.

Schools, of any kind, can no longer be trusted with the most important task of educating our children in a way and to a level, that will prepare them to get good jobs and succeed in the twenty first century. This reality presents parents with an immediate and unexpected challenge. Parents now have to figure out how the get their children the education they need, if the schools can no longer be trusted to do the job.

Make no mistake; this is a big job that will take a good amount of time. The good news is that there are solutions. This information hub is dedicated to finding and sharing solutions for parents who want to make sure their kids get a good educations, regardless of whether or not they go to school. This information hub is not about home schooling. Instead, it’s about effective and affordable solutions that can be part of a home schooling program or for kids who attend traditional school.

This information hub is in blog format to encourage interaction and the sharing of information. Share your thoughts, ideas and experiences with likeminded parents, or just sit back and read what others have to say.

A new information hub in the form of a blog has been launched this week. The purpose is to provide parents with information about how to supplement their children’s education to help them succeed.