Author: Learn4Life

Honoring National Special Education Day with Tips for Parents

LOS ANGELES (November 29, 2022) – Being the parent of a child with special needs can be tough. It can lead to a lot of questioning, even in your own abilities. But you’re not alone! There are plenty of things parents can do to make sure their child gets the most out of education. Learn4Life, […]

Written by on November 29, 2022

Congressman Cardenas Van Nuys Visit

U.S. Congressman Tony Cardenas (D-29th District) visited our Assurance Van Nuys school last month. He has a long history with us, since six of our seven San Fernando Valley School sites are in his district.  He had previously toured our Panorama City site, attended our San Fernando Brand grand opening and participated in a documentary about […]

Written by on October 27, 2022

The Learning Report – October 2022

Rafael E. remembers his digital media class when the teacher had them fly drones to get compelling aerial shots. Fast forward three and a half years and Rafael is flying reconnaissance drones for the U.S. Army.

Written by on October 25, 2022

A Parent’s Playbook for Keeping Kids in School

The transition to high school from junior high was challenging for Serina V. The schoolwork became more demanding, and she found it hard to get extra help. “Everything got harder and nobody tried to understand where I needed the help. Everyone just wanted to get through the class,” said Serina, age 17, who was on […]

Written by on October 25, 2022

Students Get Back on Track Thanks to Tutors

Remember when getting help with your homework at the kitchen table often ended in tears and frustration? These days, many parents are working from home but are challenged to find time to work with their children. Tutors can bridge this gap and with remote options available, they can connect with students now more than ever. […]

Written by on October 25, 2022

Flying Drones in a High School Film Class Helped Launch a Military Career

  Rafael E. remembers his digital media class when the teacher had them fly drones to get compelling aerial shots. Fast forward three and a half years and Rafael is flying reconnaissance drones for the U.S. Army. Enlisting right after graduation, he was sent to boot camp three days later and has been sent overseas […]

Written by on October 25, 2022

Dropout Prevention Month: A Parent’s Playbook for Keeping Kids in School

The transition to high school from junior high was challenging for Serina V. The schoolwork became more demanding, and she found it hard to get extra help. “Everything got harder and nobody tried to understand where I needed the help. Everyone just wanted to get through the class,” said Serina, age 17, who was on […]

Written by on October 19, 2022

The Learning Report – September 2022

Traditional high school was a challenge for Sophia G. because a chronic illness and need for surgery had her missing so many classes that she was falling behind. With a flexible schedule at Learn4Life, she could go at her own pace, and her teachers even made sure she got her assignments when she was home […]

Written by on September 23, 2022

Once Her Own Antagonist, Karina is Now Happy, Outgoing and Has a Bright Future

Karina B. struggled with some mental health issues that made going to a public school difficult. She was anxious around large groups and suffered from depression which exhausted her both emotionally and physically. “Learn4Life helped me finally face myself. Did I really want to spend my whole life going in circles? Or did I want […]

Written by on September 20, 2022