Once a young child is finished with early education such as preschool or pre-kindergarten, it is time to begin grade school. But starting kindergarten comes with some challenging decisions for parents, such as deciding whether to enroll their child immediately or wait an extra year.
Reading is one of the most important aspects of childhood education. It is at the root of most things a child will learn from early childhood through their late teens.
All of the area’s early childhood directors were meeting monthly on Zoom due to COVID-19 until May 19 when they were able to meet in-person. They meet as a team to support, collaborate, problem solve, brag and commiserate with one another.
Having a child start their first early education program can be stressful and nerve-wracking for both the parent and child. For perhaps the first time in their life, they will be under the supervision of someone other than a family member. But there are plenty of ways in which preschools mak…
YABI Nursery and Child Care, a part- and full-time year round daycare for infants and children ages 6 weeks to 4 years old in University Heights, will be closing soon, following the retirement of director Linda Bensoussan. The center has operated since 1986.
With the COVID-19 pandemic taking the forefront of most people’s minds when it comes to health care, it is easy to neglect one’s dental health. But whether it is for yourself or your child, making sure you are on top of your dental health is very important.
According to Hillel International, about 3,000 Jewish students attend The Ohio State University in Columbus. For some of them, packing for college includes bringing with them their Jewish practice and identity.
Native Clevelander Jamie Levine Daniel, an assistant professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis’ Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, received the inaugural “Faculty of the Year Award” from IUPUI’s Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Student…
There is no shortage of public, private or religious schools in Northeast Ohio. These schools all have something they can offer children in kindergarten through 12th grade. For parents who want to give their children a religious upbringing, Jewish day schools are one option.
For a high school or college graduate, late spring is a time of celebration and partying. There are many ways to celebrate a major accomplishment. Families can opt to take a child on a vacation, throw a party at home, or at a venue.
It can be unnerving when a new student first steps onto campus, especially for Jewish students and other minorities who may not have know anyone and who are, many times, far from home.
Charles F. Brush High School finished its fourth renovation in February, since its opening in 1927. With no new renovations or additions since the 1970s, the approximately 300,000-square-foot school at 4875 Glenlyn Road in Lyndhurst now boasts an upgraded second-floor gymnasium, upgraded lib…
For Madeline Friedman, the new normal of quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic offered the perfect platform to start a speakers series at Laurel School.
On top of the high-quality public schools in Northeast Ohio, parents and children have plenty of alternative options such as private schools. These schools offer an array of academic, athletic and other extracurricular opportunities for families willing to pay the tuition.
High school graduations are a time to celebrate for a many reasons. Not only did a student accomplish their goal of graduating, but they are also moving on to their next stage in life and possibly moving away from home. There are many different ways families and friends can celebrate this ac…
For a recent college graduate, finding their first full-time job can be one of the most stressful experiences. Right behind that is determining how to insure themselves and invest for the future with the options employers offer.
High school students from Beachwood and Solon were elected as BBYO Ohio Northern Region’s 36th regional board presidents during its election April 25.
Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown conferred 229 degrees upon Ohio’s newest doctors of medicine, doctors of pharmacy, and other health professionals during a virtual ceremony held May 1 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.