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Last updated: November 7, 2019 • Best School Districts

Best Schools in the Nashville Area

Education is one of the bearing walls of our society. How much we earn later in life depends a lot on how much information we assimilate when we are young. Our childhood is also the time when we gather memories that last for a lifetime, and that’s because our brain is growing. It absorbs and …

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Last updated: July 11, 2019 • Best School Districts

Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) Among the Best in Arizona

A good education is one of the main ingredients of success in any career. As children, we spend a lot of time in schools during our childhood and youth, and we gather many long lasting memories in the classroom as well as on the school’s playgrounds. When it comes to education,  Arizona occupies the 44th …

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Last updated: June 28, 2019 • Best School Districts, Real Estate Agent

Top Special Needs Schools

Special needs have become an unavoidable subject in this country. Almost 15% of the American population is composed of special needs people. Almost 8% of them are special needs children and teenagers from 1 to 17 years old. If we want to set a better future for the next generation, a lot of work needs …

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Last updated: July 8, 2019 • Best School Districts

Would you send your children to a religious school even though it’s not your religion?

With the “back-to-school” period around the corner – sorry, kids… summer can’t last forever – our team at RealEstateAgent.com has talked a lot about school and education. You’ve probably read our comprehensive Public School, Charter School, Private School or Homeschool post, and now it’s time to add a new layer to this discussion: would you …

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Last updated: July 10, 2019 • Best School Districts

Public School, Private School, Charter School or Homeschool

Over the last decade there have been a lot of debates about the education system in our country. More and more, for a lot of different reasons, parents are looking for alternatives to public school. With the summer break and several parents thinking about moving, we thought it was a good idea to tackle this …

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