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Test your knowledge in US History. If you cannot answer this question, please contact Tutoring in Los Angeles for a professional tutor.

The economic program introduced during the presidency of Ronald Reagan and often referred to as Reaganomics resulted in which one of the following items?

(A) Tax increases for all payers of federal income taxes
(B) Decreased expenditures for military defense
(C) Elimination of government cabinet-level departments
(D) A rapidly increasing federal deficit
(E) Large increases in federal expenditures for social services


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Timeline photos 03/08/2023

8th March is the International Women's Day, a United Nations-sanctioned global holiday.
It celebrates women's contributions to society, raises awareness about the fight for gender parity, and inspires support for organizations that help women globally.
According to the United Nations, International Women's Day started in America in 1909, when the Socialist Party of America took to the streets to honor garment workers who had protested against inhumane working conditions the year before. They called it National Women's Day, and it took place on February 28. The following year, the Social International established Women's Day in Copenhagen to celebrate those working for women's rights and universal suffrage.

In 1911, Austria, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland celebrated the first official International Women's Day on March 19. More than one million people attended rallies focused on suffrage, representation, education, and workers' rights.

Over the next few years, more countries in Europe marked the holiday on March 8. It wasn't until March 8, 1975, when, during International Women's Year, the United Nations celebrated it as an official holiday. Since 1975, the holiday has gained awareness around the globe as a way to recognize women.

Tutoring In Los Angeles: Best tutors in Los Angeles, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Sherman Oaks, Tarzana, Encino, Pacific Palisades, Pasadena, Glendale 08/17/2021

Welcome back to school in person. After 18 months, students in Los Angeles returned to classrooms. What's your opinion about the new safety rules: Daily Pass, masks even during PE outdoor, etc? What's your experience so far?
And don't forget, Tutoring in LA is here to assist your student go easier through this transition and readjust to the learning environment.

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Now that the school ended and the summer started, plan ahead and keep your student engaged. Make a schedule of at least 30 minutes daily reading, do some math don’t forget to do some physical activity at least 30 minutes a day. These are components of successfully resuming the school year in August. If you need advice for reading material, or access to resources for math and reading comprehension passages or even suggestions for physical activities, please contact me. I’m here to assist you.

Less than a third of students likely to return to LAUSD campuses, survey shows 03/23/2021

There is a whole debate in regards to returning to school. Is it safe? For students? For teachers? For some more than for the others? What is the budget and how was it used to make campuses safe?
After a more than a year now of remote learning, there's a decision to return to LAUSD campuses. Apparently 30% of the students will go back to campuses though. The question is WHY?
In mass media, the reason for the reluctance to return to campus seems to be still majorly connected to the dangers of contracting the virus.
However, from my observations of discussions on different social media platforms, this is not the reason.
Parents don't want to send back their kids to school, especially middle and high school children because they are offered a version of zoom classes in a campus setting, not IN-PERSON instruction.

Will you send or not your child to school? And what grade is your kid?

Less than a third of students likely to return to LAUSD campuses, survey shows Parents say health concerns and an unsatisfactory hybrid learning plan are fueling their reluctance.


If your kid(s) is in LAUSD... read up.... school is going back either August 3 or August 10th-tentatively and has extra 10 days of school for a total of 190 days.
Parents and Teachers, if you click on the link below you can see the two options for extending the school year in 2021-2022. They aren't asking yes or no, they are simply asking if you'd prefer ten days at the beginning of the year with a start of August 3rd, or losing one week of winter break with a start of August 10th. They are making the decision for you, adding ten days to the school year.
Please email [email protected] and cc [email protected] as well as your board member to submit your comments, particularly if you feel like these should be optional and not mandatory.


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Hello parents and students. Just wanted to put it out there in the community that there are services that students with disabilities can get to prepare for, enter, engage in or retain gainful employment. This applies to high school or college students who struggle in school to graduate or pass different courses. Tutoring in Los Angeles is an approved vendor for DOR and offers tutoring that is for free to the qualifying students.

Should Kids Go Back to School? Why the AAP Says Yes 09/30/2020

Should kids go back to school? There is a whole controversy with arguments on both sides. Children, parents, teachers and administrators - all have points of view and they are valid. This is what doctors are saying. What is your opinion?

Should Kids Go Back to School? Why the AAP Says Yes Find out why the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a statement supporting a return to school in the fall.

Tutoring In Los Angeles: Best tutors in Los Angeles, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Sherman Oaks, Tarzana, Agoura Hills, Encino, Pacific Palisades, Glendale 07/14/2020

Following the decision of LAUSD and possibly LVUSD, the tutors at Tutoring in Los Angeles are getting ready to resume sessions for academic support or enrichment programs. The tutors can have in-home sessions with precautions for a safe environment and of course, online sessions on multiple platforms. Call us today at 818502030. www.tutoringinla.com

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I hope everyone is doing well with distance learning. Our tutors have great success using our remote learning platforms. Very recently, we decided it's time to slowly return to in-person tutoring. Please contact us if you want to book a tutoring session, either online or in-person. Continue to stay safe! And happy learning!


During these difficult times, when we need to stay home to protect ourselves and others, Tutoring in Los Angeles continues to offer online tutoring on a variety of platforms to meet every client needs. We also offer 10% discount to our regular rates.
For K-5th grade students the discounted rate is $40/hr
6-8th grade discounted rate is $45/hr
9-12th grade discounted rate is $50/hr
AP and college level courses - discounted rate $54/hr.

Our tutors have at least a college degree already completed in the subject matter they tutor and tutoring+teaching experience.
We have a very thorough hiring process. Experience, social skills, proficiency - all together for a greater good - the academic advancement of your student.

A one-take journey through Russia’s iconic Hermitage museum | Shot on iPhone 11 Pro 03/17/2020

Since students need to stay home, let's spend our time virtually traveling the world. Today, the Hermitage, the second biggest art museum in the world. With the first opportunity, I encourage you to visit it and Saint Petersburg in person.

A one-take journey through Russia’s iconic Hermitage museum | Shot on iPhone 11 Pro Experience a 5 hr 19 min 28 sec cinematic journey through one of the world’s biggest museums in St. Petersburg, Russia. Take in 45 galleries, 588 masterpiece...


Tutoring in Los Angeles is taking measures to instruct and train our tutors to switch to online tutoring using effective platforms, in case the clients and general population decide to self-quarantine or avoid personal physical interaction. Please contact us at 8188502030 to find out more.


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From a teacher's perspective. And a good practice of French. If not, you can just use the Google Translate, like I did.

Évolution pour un monde meilleur ?
Je suis instituteur, il gÚle à pierre fendre, je jette des seaux d'eau dans la cour de récré pour que les élÚves puissent faire des glissades. Tout le monde est content ! On prolonge les récrés.

Je suis directeur, la cour est verglacée, je demande aux ouvriers de l'école de jeter du sel de déneigement sur toute la cour.
Tout le monde est content ! On abrÚge les récrés extérieures.

1969 :
AprÚs avoir passé 15 jours de vacances en famille, en Bretagne, dans la caravane tractée par une 403 Peugeot, les vacances se terminent.
Le lendemain, tu repars au boulot, frais et dispos.

2016 :
AprÚs 2 semaines à la Réunion et à l'Ile Maurice, obtenues à peu de frais grùce aux « bons vacances » du Comité d'Entreprise, tu rentres fatigué et excédé par 4 heures d'attente à l'aéroport, suivies de 12 heures de vol.
Au boulot, il te faut 1 semaine pour te remettre du décalage horaire !

1969 :
Du lait, du beurre et des Ɠufs
Tu vas chercher du lait chez le crĂ©mier, qui te dit bonjour, avec ton bidon en alu, et tu prends du beurre, fait avec du lait de vache, coupĂ© Ă  la motte. Puis tu demandes une douzaine et demi d'Ɠufs qu'il sort d'un grand compotier en verre.
Tu paies avec le sourire de la crémiÚre, et tu sors sous un grand soleil.
Le tout a demandé 10 minutes.

2016 :
Tu prends un caddie de m***e dont une roue est coincée et qui le fait aller dans tous les sens sauf celui que tu veux.
Tu passes par la porte qui devrait tourner mais qui est arrĂȘtĂ©e par ce qu'un benĂȘt l'a poussĂ©e, puis tu cherches le rayon crĂ©merie, oĂč tu te les gĂšles, pour choisir parmi 12 marques le beurre qui devrait ĂȘtre fait Ă  base de lait de la communautĂ©. Enfin tu cherches la date limite...
Pour le lait :
Tu dois choisir avec des vitamines, bio, allégé, trÚs allégé, nourrissons, enfants, malades ou mieux en promo avec la date dessus et la composition ......
Pour les 12 Ɠufs :
Tu cherches la date de la ponte, le nom de la sociĂ©tĂ© et surtout tu vĂ©rifies qu'ils ne soient pas fĂȘlĂ©s ou cassĂ©s et paf !!! Tu te mets plein de jaune sur le pantalon !!!
Tu fais la queue Ă  la caisse. La grosse dame devant toi a pris un article en promo qui n'a pas de code barre ... Alors tu attends, et tu attends .....,
Puis toujours avec ce foutu caddie de m***e, tu sors pour chercher ton véhicule sous la pluie. Tu ne le retrouves pas car tu as oublié le N° de l'allée .........
Enfin aprÚs avoir chargé la voiture, il faut reporter l'engin pourri et là, tu vas t'apercevoir qu'il est impossible de récupérer ta piÚce de 1 euro .....
Tu reviens à ta voiture sous la pluie qui a redoublé.
Cela fait plus d'une heure que tu es parti.

Faire un voyage en avion.
1969 :
Tu voyages dans un avion d'Air France. On te donne Ă  manger et t'invite Ă  boire ce que tu veux, le tout servi par de belles hĂŽtesses de l'air, et ton siĂšge est tellement large qu'on peut s'assoir Ă  deux.

2016 :
Tu entres dans l'avion en continuant d'attacher ton ceinturon qu'on t'a fait retirer Ă  la douane, pour passer le contrĂŽle.
Tu t'assoies sur ton siĂšge et, si tu Ă©ternues un peu trop fort, tu mets un coup de coude Ă  ton voisin.
Si tu as soif, le steward t'apporte la carte et les prix sont ahurissants.

1969 :
Michel doit aller dans la forĂȘt aprĂšs la classe. Il montre son couteau Ă  Jean avec lequel il pense se fabriquer un lance-pierre.
Le directeur voit son couteau et lui demande oĂč il l'a achetĂ© pour aller s'en acheter un pareil.

2016 :
L'école ferme. On appelle la gendarmerie. On emmÚne Michel en préventive.
TF1 présente le cas aux informations en direct depuis la porte de l'école.

1969 :
Tu fais une bĂȘtise en classe. Le prof t'en colle deux. En arrivant chez toi, ton pĂšre t'en recolle deux autres.

2016 :
Tu fais une bĂȘtise. Le prof te demande pardon.
Ton pĂšre t'achĂšte une console de jeux et va casser la gu**le au prof.!!!

1969 :
Dominique et Marc se disputent. Ils se flanquent quelques coups de poing aprĂšs la classe.
Les autres les encouragent, Marc gagne.
Ils se serrent la main et ils sont copains pour la vie.

2016 :
L'école ferme. FR3 proclame la violence scolaire, relayée par BFMTV et ITélé en boucle et TF1 au journal de 20 heures.
Le lendemain, Le Parisien et France Soir en font leur premiĂšre page et Ă©crivent 5 colonnes sur l'affaire.

1969 :
Jean tombe pendant une course à pied. Il se blesse au genou et pleure. Sa prof Jocelyne le rejoint, le prend dans ses bras pour le réconforter.
En deux minutes Jean va beaucoup mieux et continue la course.

2016 :
Jocelyne est accusée de perversion sur mineur et se retrouve au chÎmage, elle écopera de 3 ans de prison avec sursis.
Jean va de thĂ©rapie en thĂ©rapie pendant 5 ans. Ses parents demandent des dommages et intĂ©rĂȘts Ă  l'Ă©cole pour nĂ©gligence, et Ă  la prof pour traumatisme Ă©motionnel. Ils gagnent les deux procĂšs.
La prof, au chÎmage et endettée, se su***de en se jetant d'en haut d'un immeuble. Plus t**d, Jean succombera à une overdose au fond d'un squat!!!

1969 :
Arrive le dernier dimanche d’octobre.
Il ne se passe rien.

2016 :
C'est le jour du changement d'horaire : les gens souffrent d'insomnie et de dépression.

Comme dit l'autre : On vit une Ă©poque vraiment formidable !!!
Pas interdit de diffuser Ă  tes proches et amis, si tu penses que cela est bien vrai...


The tragedy in Saugus affected us all. There are so many questions and very few answers about the reasons and how this and school shootings can be prevented. In my humble opinion, the main issue lies in the social interaction and relationships, among parents and kids, students and teachers, students and students. The culture of winners and losers, bullying with no real action to stop it, loneliness, lack of empathy and tolerance are the real culprits. What is your opinion? What can be done to stop this madness?

National Reading Emergency: Educators Sound the Alarm 11/13/2019

Reading is so important for early development. Not only for school scores, but for increasing brain connections, developing vocabulary, memory, logic, comprehension and the list can go on and on. Please don't let the children read only at school and for school assignments only. Limiting screen time and inspiring children to love reading have long term benefits.
The article below is just a red flag about reading abilities.

National Reading Emergency: Educators Sound the Alarm Not only did scores drop for students in many states but the achievement gap is widening.


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Reading is so important! Please listen to this little reader and follow his steps! And don't take shortcuts! Reading benefits you, now and later, all your life and all aspects.


Wishing good luck tomorrow to all students taking PSAT! Sleep well, eat a good breakfast and focus tomorrow to do you best!


ISEE testing for fall ends November 30, 2018. The winter 2018 is between December 1, 2018 and March 2019. If you want to take ISEE to apply to your private school of choice, please hurry to register to a location convenient to you.
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Next date for the SAT Subject tests is November 3, 2018
U.S. History
Mathematics Level 1
Mathematics Level 2
Biology E/M
French with Listening
German with Listening
Spanish with Listening
Chinese with Listening
Japanese with Listening
Korean with Listening
Deadline October 5, 2018
but late deadlines for mailed registrations is October 16, 2018 or October 24, 2018 (for registrations made online or by phone)

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Finding the best way to help students with ADHD or/and learning disabilities is a hot topic. What is the best approach? Here are some suggestions. What is your opinion? What is it working and what it's not for you and your child?

10 tips for helping a discouraged child | Parenting Parents of kids with learning disabilities and/or ADHD share their strategies for helping a discouraged child make a fresh start.


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Americans Are Split On Teacher Tenure 08/15/2014

Teacher tenure - a sensitive subject. Should the districts be able to fire the teachers who are not performing well and how to identify them? What is your opinion?

Americans Are Split On Teacher Tenure From New York to California, teacher tenure has been under attack across the nation this summer. In June, a judge in California struck down the state's teacher tenure laws -- which give educators increased job security -- saying they potentially i...


The new changes to the SAT, starting 2016

When students open their SAT test books in spring 2016, they’ll encounter an SAT that is more focused and useful than ever before. The full specifications of the exam along with extensive sample items for each section will be available on April 16, 2014. Major changes are described below.

The Basics
‱The redesigned SAT will first be given in spring 2016.
‱The SAT will be offered in print and, at selected locations, on computer.
‱There will be three sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, Math, and the Essay.
‱The length of the SAT will be about three hours, with an added 50 minutes for the essay. Precise timing will be finalized after further research.
‱The exam will once again be scored on a 400- to 1600-point scale. The Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section and the Math section will each be scored on a 200- to 800-point scale. Scores for the Essay will be reported separately.

Eight Key Changes

The redesigned SAT will ask students to apply a deep understanding of the few things shown by current research to matter most for college readiness and success. They’ll find questions modeled on the work of the best classroom teachers and perform tasks practiced in rigorous course work. The SAT redesign is centered on eight key changes.
Relevant Words in Context

The redesigned SAT will focus on relevant words, the meanings of which depend on how they’re used. Students will be asked to interpret the meaning of words based on the context of the passage in which they appear. This is demanding but rewarding work. These are words that students will use throughout their lives — in high school, college, and beyond.

Requiring students to master relevant vocabulary will change the way they prepare for the exam. No longer will students use flashcards to memorize obscure words, only to forget them the minute they put their test pencils down. The redesigned SAT will engage students in close reading and honor the best work of the classroom.
Command of Evidence

When students take the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section of the redesigned SAT, they’ll be asked to demonstrate their ability to interpret, synthesize, and use evidence found in a wide range of sources. These include informational graphics and multiparagraph passages excerpted from literature and literary nonfiction; texts in the humanities, science, history, and social studies; and career-related sources.

For every passage students read, there will be at least one question asking them to select a quote from the text that best supports the answer they have chosen in response to the preceding question. Some passages will be paired with informational graphics, and students will be asked to integrate the information conveyed through each in order to find the best answer.

Questions that assess writing skills will also depend on a command of evidence. Students will be asked to analyze sequences of paragraphs to make sure they are correct, grammatically and substantively. In some questions, students will be asked to interpret graphics and edit the accompanying passages so that they accurately convey the information in the graphics.

The redesigned SAT will more closely reflect the real work of college and career, where a flexible command of evidence — whether found in text or graphic — is more important than ever.
Essay Analyzing a Source

The focus of the Essay section on the redesigned SAT will be very different from the essay on the current SAT. Students will read a passage and explain how the author builds an argument. They’ll need to support their claims with evidence from the passage. This task more closely mirrors college writing assignments.

The new Essay section is designed to support high school students and teachers as they cultivate close reading, careful analysis, and clear writing. It will promote the practice of reading a wide variety of arguments and analyzing how authors do their work as writers.

The essay prompt will be shared in advance and remain consistent. Only the source material (passage) will change. The Essay will be an optional component of the SAT, although some school districts and colleges will require it.
Math Focused on Three Key Areas

The exam will focus in depth on three essential areas of math: Problem Solving and Data Analysis, the Heart of Algebra, and Passport to Advanced Math. Problem Solving and Data Analysis is about being quantitatively literate. It includes using ratios, percentages, and proportional reasoning to solve problems in science, social science, and career contexts. The Heart of Algebra focuses on the mastery of linear equations and systems, which helps students develop key powers of abstraction. Passport to Advanced Math focuses on the student’s familiarity with more complex equations and the manipulation they require.

Current research shows that these areas most contribute to readiness for college and career training. They’re used disproportionately in a wide range of majors and careers. The SAT will sample from additional topics in math, but keep a strong focus on these three.
Problems Grounded in Real-World Contexts

Throughout the redesigned SAT, students will engage with questions grounded in the real world, questions directly related to the work performed in college and career.

In the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section, reading questions will include literature and literary nonfiction, but also feature charts, graphs, and passages like the ones students are likely to encounter in science, social science, and other majors and careers. Students will be asked to do more than correct errors; they’ll edit and revise to improve texts from the humanities, history, social science, and career contexts.

The Math section will feature multistep applications to solve problems in science, social science, career scenarios, and other real-life contexts. Students will be presented with a scenario and then asked several questions about it. This allows students to dig into a situation and think about it, then model it mathematically.
Analysis in Science and in Social Studies

When students take the redesigned SAT, they will be asked to apply their reading, writing, language, and math skills to answer questions in science, history, and social studies contexts. They will use these skills — in college, in their jobs, and in their lives — to make sense of recent discoveries, political developments, global events, and health and environmental issues.

Students will encounter challenging texts and informational graphics that pertain to issues and topics like these in the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section and the Math section. Questions will require them to read and comprehend texts, revise texts to be consistent with data presented in graphics, synthesize information presented through texts and graphics, and solve problems based in science and social science.

Founding Documents and Great Global Conversation

America’s founding documents — such as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights — are all rather short, but they have inspired a conversation that endures today. Every time students take the redesigned SAT, they will encounter an excerpt from one of the Founding Documents or a text from the ongoing Great Global Conversation about freedom, justice, and human dignity. In this way, we hope that the redesigned SAT will inspire deep engagement with texts that matter and reflect not only what is important for college and career, but what is important for citizenship here and around the world.
No Penalty for Wrong Answers

The redesigned SAT will remove the penalty for wrong answers. Students will earn points for the questions they answer correctly. This move to rights-only scoring encourages students to give the best answer they have to every problem.

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