Troi Oi! December

The country in numbers 24.325 Vietnamese students are in the US, according to the US Embassy. The Institute of International Education’s (IIE) annual “Open Doors” Report for the 2017-2018 academic year shows that Vietnam remains the sixth leading country of origin for all international students in the US with 24,325 students, up 1,887 students from … Read more

Person-First Language

Focusing on who students are as individuals – instead of on learning differences or other descriptors – starts with empathy As educators strive to be inclusive of all children, one way to begin is to actively use person-first language, a form of linguistic etiquette in which we describe a trait or diagnosis as something a … Read more

Boost Your Admissions Chances At Top Universities

A workshop by Crimson Education’s top Ivy League admissions consultants. Consultants will be holding a free workshop for students and parents to: – Gain first-hand information on how to boost your admissions chances at top US universities – Schedule your personal strengths assessment consultation – Experience an in-depth workshop on either school selection or extracurricular activities and leadership building Visit www.crimsoneducation.org … Read more

I Second That Emotion

Emotional intelligence is critical to success in school and life Reading. Writing. ‘Rithmatic. These “three R’s” of education have been embraced as the pillars of education programs around the world. Often overlooked, however, is the necessity for a strong foundation of social-emotional learning that supports a child as he or she works work to excel … Read more