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Bedford, Massachusetts Tutoring Programs
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Bedford District and Curriculum
In the Bedford Public School District, four buildings serve to educate the students of Bedford: Lt. Eleazer Davis Elementary for grades K through second, Lt. Job Lane Elementary for grades third through fifth, John Glenn Middle School for grades sixth through eighth, and Bedford High School for grades ninth through twelfth. The Common Core Standards and Massachusetts Frameworks are used to guide instruction.
We currently cover the following Bedford-area school district: Bedford Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bedford District Curriculum
Students in the Bedford Public Schools are required to meet various expectations through the curriculum. Students are required to be active learners. This means they will comprehend and utilize the knowledge and skills they learn. They will also become resourceful thinkers by participating in problem solving to create meaning. Finally, students will be effective communicators through the practice of sharing thoughts, ideas, and knowledge.
Using the Common Core State Standards, the Bedford Public Schools challenge students to be cooperative learners, critical thinkers, and have a strong work ethics. Currently, students are given the opportunity to enroll in AP courses, as well as a number of upper level core courses in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. There are also courses and electives designed to prepare students for career goals and that will add to their technical abilities.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bedford Educational News
- Top Ranked School District - The Bedford School District was listed as number 12 on Boston’s Top 50 School Districts in 2012. Boston Magazine included such considerations as graduation rates, student-teacher ratios, and number of extracurricular activities offered.
- New Leadership - One of Boston Public School’s best is now the principal of Lt. Eleazer Davis Elementary. Beth Benoit, who was described by her former superintendent as “one of the brightest educators” he had ever worked with, has extensive early childhood education experience that she has been putting to work for the Bedford School District since July 2013.
- Multi-Age Classrooms - The multi-age classrooms at Lt. Eleazer Davis Elementary will get a review this school year. If successful, these classrooms will continue to function in the future, as they have benefited countless students over the years.
Bedford Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Keeping Up with Homework
The balance between school and home can often be a delicate one for students. This is especially true when considering the topic of homework. Some classes give out a lot of homework; some give barely any. The ebb and flow of homework can be similar to the ocean tide. It is a good idea for your student to pinpoint a system in which he or she deals with the amount of homework assigned. The following tips may prove helpful. First, be consistent. Work to always do homework in the same area at the same time each day. Also, avoid scheduling events during homework time. If your child comes home right after school to do homework, try not to schedule events that could otherwise be done at another time. Clearly, this is not always realistic, but by making an effort, some events could be rescheduled. Homework can become overwhelming. By trying out these tips, your student may find that this year, the homework load seems a little more manageable.