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Mar 24th

Top Dog – Playing to Teen’s Success (Po Bronson)

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by Kathleen Bisaccia On the evening of November 18 parents were treated to a talk by Po Bronson, co-author (with Ashley Merryman) of “Top Dog: the Science of Winning and Losing.”  Bronson and Merryman’s approach to the subject is as journalists instead of scientists, and therefore their findings are able to take into consideration an […]

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Mar 24th

To Gap or Not to Gap

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by Martha Stabler To gap or not gap, that is the question being mulled by many graduating seniors across the Bay Area right now.  And it’s not just the kids who are debating this option.  Parents must also consider the social, emotional and economic issues involved in the decision to delay matriculation to college. Gap […]

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Mar 24th

How to Have Clout with your Kids (Jeff Leiken)

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by Genevieve Anderson  It was standing room only at the Drew School on February 3 – well, balcony room to be precise – with an unprecedented turn-out of men.  The theme of the evening, “Being the Rare Adult Teens Listen To”, had clearly touched a nerve with many Bay Area parents, brought an expert counsellor […]

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