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Find answers to the most common inquiries and information about our resources below.

 

The e-Library is a set of resources designed to help parents teach their child how to read, add, subtract and more.

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The Educational Database is a listing of all of the games, books, workbooks, and programs I have purchased throughout the years to help teach my son to read. It provides a comprehensive review and ratings of each program and an www.amazon.com link to allow parents to purchase the program if they desire.

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Since mobile apps and online resources are usually free, and children are extremely tech savvy, parents tend to want to use this route for teaching. Although I do not recommend that you use this as a ‘sole’ resource. Mobile apps and online games can be extremely helpful. Check them out here.

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The aStore is a store created through the Amazon widget service. It features products I have purchased but also allows you to search for other products directly from amazon. The aStore, however, does not contain my personal reviews.

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Sadly this is a huge myth. Schools and teachers can only do so much. early education and parental involvement is the GREATEST factor affecting your child’s ability to succeed. See other myths dispelled here.

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You might be surprised with what your child can learn with just a little assistance from you. Find tips to help inspire them here.

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Numerous studies have been conducted on the overall impact of early childhood education, poverty, and parental impact on long term success. View the analysis here.

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The Niche K-12 School Ranking system provides data on every public school in the United States.

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I am Marquese and my son is Phoenix. My ‘agenda’ or goal rather, is to empower parents to educate their children with early education curriculum and valuable information that will help them in the long term.

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While the site is targeted towards African Americans, it is in no way an isolationist resource. My desire is to empower disenfranchised individuals with information that can help their children become successful.

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My e-library provides tutorials and product recommendations to help guide you through teaching your child reading, math, and more.

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Every child is different but I believe there are certain factors that may apply across the board. Here are my tips for providing quality instruction and not going crazy in the process.

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