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Tutoring Company Partners with Boys & Girls Club to Offer Youth Education Services

“A new partnership between two education providers on the Peninsula may help some young students forge a path to academic success and potentially gain admission to some of the Bay Area’s more prestigious high schools.

The Cardinal Education Scholars and the Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club recently held a grand-opening ceremony at the Bayshore Community Center in Daly City to celebrate the new relationship between the organizations. The Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club works with youth from lower-income communities, providing services such as academic tutoring, job preparation, leadership training and health and lifestyle skills.”

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Video Games and the Brain: Harmful or Helpful?

This article is Part 1 of our three-part series on video games.

Have you heard all the noise about video games? Pick up a copy of Time or the New York Times, and you’ll hear an uproar over video games making their players violent and aggressive. But pick up a copy of Psychology Today or tune into NPR, and you’ll find enthusiastic support for video games and their ability to improve cognitive skills.

What conclusions can you draw from this debate? Continue reading ‘Video Games and the Brain: Harmful or Helpful?’

Taking Back Control of Senior Year

Right now, you have your acceptance letter, you’re eager to leave home, and your instinct might be to relax and count down the days until you move into your first dorm room.

But what if there were more to senior year? What if you switched off autopilot and settled in back behind the wheel on the long, successful journey into adulthood? Continue reading ‘Taking Back Control of Senior Year’

The Facts About SAT Subject Tests

The SAT Subject Tests are a cause of concern for many students. This article will facilitate the decision-making process, leaving more time to prepare for the tests. Continue reading ‘The Facts About SAT Subject Tests’