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Making Learning Exciting: How Project-Based Learning Helps Children Excel

Project-based learning (PBL) is growing in popularity around the world, including in the United States.  Through engaging projects, students interact with their subject material while collaborating with their peers to better understand their subjects. Many of our schools, including The Endeavor School in Miami, utilize this method because it can make learning a more meaningful…

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FAQs About Employer-Sponsored Childcare Programs

How long does it take to create and open a childcare program for a business? The typical development period for an employer-sponsored childcare program is 16-24 months. What are the benefits of providing childcare to employees?  Childcare is at the top of every parent’s priority list. By providing your employees with a safe and reliable…

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Montessori Education in Childhood Can Lead to Happier Adulthood, Study Finds

Endeavor Montessori

A new study published in Frontiers of Psychology found that adults who attended Montessori schools as children experienced higher personal well-being levels than those who attended conventional schools. The study, led by the University of Virginia’s Dr. Angeline Lillard, who has researched the impact of Montessori education, tested the hypothesis that a Montessori education can…

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An End of Year Message to Employees from CEO Ricardo Campo

Dear Endeavor Schools Team, As this year comes to an end, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on how 2021 has been full of accomplishments and milestones. The past year has posed many challenges. However, it has also helped remind us about why our mission at Endeavor Schools is so important and worthwhile.…

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How Understanding a Child’s Genes Can Help Parents Be More Effective: An Interview with Dr. Danielle Dick, author of ‘The Child Code’

Danielle Dick

For our monthly newsletter to our parents, we interviewed Dr. Danielle Dick, author of the new book, The Child Code, which provides a science-based approach to parenting centered on a child’s unique genetic “code.” Dr. Dick, a tenured professor of psychology and human and molecular genetics at Virginia Commonwealth University, has spent years researching how…

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