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IDEA Public Schools Louisiana

Frequently Asked Questions About IDEA Public Schools

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by IDEA Public Schools.  IDEA Public Schools Will Provide a Rigorous Curriculum to Louisiana Students IDEA Public Schools, the fastest-growing network of tuition-free, Pre-K-12 public charter schools in the United States, is coming to Baton Rouge in 2018.   We spent the last two weeks meeting with moms and dads […]

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BASIS.ed – One of the Nation’s Best Academic Programs Is Tuition Free and Looking to Grow

Red Stick Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with BASIS.ed, a dynamic American educational network that manages world-quality schools. Today, the Director of Student Acquisition at BASIS.ed is on the blog sharing more about their charter schools and the unique liberal arts curriculum that inspires a love for learning. BASIS.ed – One of the Nation’s […]

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IDEA Public Schools Is Joining the Baton Rouge Community

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by IDEA Public Schools.  IDEA Public Schools Is Joining the Baton Rouge Community Attention families searching for a quality education for your child: IDEA Public Schools, an award-winning, tuition-free, public charter school network is coming to Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  In May 2016, the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board […]

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Subscription Boxes :: A Comprehensive List {Featuring Little Pnuts}

Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by our friend and New Orleans mom, Melissa, who is also the owner of the toy subscription service Little Pnuts.  Subscription Boxes :: A Comprehensive List {Featuring Little Pnuts} Subscription boxes are officially all the rage. There are options for men, women and children. This post focuses on subscription […]

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3 Lessons We Taught Our Kindergartner About the 2016 Presidential Election

About a week ago, before the 2016 Presidential election, my kindergartner came home one day and announced that his class had held a vote. “We voted for our favorite cookie,” he said proudly. “We voted for chocolate chip or Oreos. I voted for chocolate chip, and we won!” He was really, really excited that the cookie […]

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