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Q+A with the founder

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Seven things to consider when choosing an online primary school

Deciding on an online school is a major undertaking. If you’re a family that moves frequently, maybe you’re trying to find an option that will offer your child an exceptional ...

Your questions answered about financial aid at bina

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Why social-emotional learning matters

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Six reasons we love small class sizes

At bina, each Master Teacher is matched with a class of six students. Teacher attention is more focused, feedback is more frequent, and students are more likely to engage with ...