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Education: From One-on-One, Pre-School Through College
Parents have a huge responsibility: educating their own children. This department is aimed at parents who understand this and are ready to take full responsibility.
One size doesn't fit all. One educational strategy doesn't, either. Different students learn in different ways. Different parents have different skills. How does someone with your teaching skills deliver the goods to your own children with their skills?
This department deals with real-world solutions to this crucial problem -- a problem few parents think they are required to solve.
If you find ways to do this with numerous children, could you make a career of this? Salman Khan has: www.KhanAcademy.org. This department also covers this possibility. If something is worth doing well, maybe it's worth doing for money.
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