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Multibriefs: Moving From Teacher-Centered To Learner‑Centered Classrooms

At Xceed, our Academic Coaches guide our students through their courses rather than lecture to them or at them....

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Huffpost: This Veteran Teacher Thinks Homework Does More Harm Than Good

Homework is traditionally known as the extra work assigned to students at the end of class. At Xceed, that extra work...

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Edutopia: The Power of Being Seen

“Two big reasons students leave school are that they have no meaningful connection to an adult in the building, and...

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Fast Company: WeWork Founder Hopes Her New School Will Help 5-Year-Olds Pursue Their Life’s Purpose

We applaud other schools that too are breaking out of the traditional education model. WeWork founder Rebekah Neumann...

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Edutopia: A 7th Grade Teacher’s Shift To Flexible Seating

All of our Xceed locations have flexible seating. We understand that not all student learn the same way or in the same...

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The Washington Post: 6 Reasons Your Teen’s Life Is More Stressful Than Your Own

At Xceed we have flexible schedules and individual learning plans because we understand the importance of sleep and...

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The New York Times: You Are Special! Now Stop Being Different

Xceed was created because our founders and team knew that the current school system needed to be challenged and...

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U.S. News: 10 Ways To Excel In College Admissions Interviews

Our partners, Your College Concierge, are pros at making sure our students are prepared and ready for college...

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CBS Sports: LaVar Ball Pulling UCLA Commit LaMelo Ball From High School, Will Home-School Him

High school Basketball star LaMelo Ball is now going to own his day, every day. His father, LaVar Ball will make...

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Huffpost: My Daughter Learns Differently From Yours, And That’s OK

“Having an IEP (Individual Education Plan) does not mean that a child is not smart…These kids often just learn in a...