To preeminently meet the necessities of students receiving special education, the students can be placed in a diversity of settings like inclusive, self- contained, or a blend of the two. A national research on inclusion recounted that students consigned in inclusive settings exhibited improvement on normalized assessments, rankings, motivation and behavior. Yet, students with trivial […]Read More Inclusive, Self- contained Education
We are planning a workshop that will involve the parents of students in Freebrook Academy, and this is an avenue for parents to learn more about our school, new developments, ongoing projects, and new projects that are in the works. As a democratic institution of learning, we profoundly believe that there is room for progress […]Read More We’re Planning the Workshop for Parents. Would You Come To?
Dear friends! We have a new teacher in our close-knit team. Her name is Jessica and she’s also working with autistic children after the main classes and on her days off. She’ll post some thoughts sometimes and share her routine, observation and experience. So this article is about Activities of a five-year-old autistic child Jacob […]Read More We have news. Jessica and Jacob
Private schools differ in many ways to government schools, and these differences touch on a variety of issues which range from student population to the curricula. Government education does not cost as much as private education does, but there are benefits of private education since you have the privilege of taking your child to a […]Read More Why Is Private Education Better Than Government Education?
Freebrook Academy has been at the forefront of providing support to students, to enable them to become successful in their endeavors. Students who pass through Freebrook get an opportunity to chart their future, since our institution is democratic and uses a progressive approach when it comes to the education and academic process. Over the last […]Read More Freebrook Academy: Eight Years of Modern Private Education
The K-12th-grade education system starts in Kindergarten and spans all the way to the 12th grade, which is the senior year, or the final year of secondary school in education. Most students pass through the k-12 education system, and this system has its advantages and disadvantages. However, the fact that a majority of children pass […]Read More Is the K-12th Grade Democratic Education the Most Optimal Variant for Children?