The LionShare Podcast

Published February 26, 2019

Homework. The word alone can instill a feeling of dread in parents and children alike. But for children who have learning differences, hours upon hours of daily homework can be even more damaging – adversely affecting the household in multiple and unexpected ways. In this episode, we learn about Lawrence School's research-based homework philosophy and explore how it empowers students and families to win the war on homework.

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About The LionShare Podcast

Lawrence parents often share the transformation they see in their child after enrolling at the school is like magic. But it's not magic. So what is it? The goal of The LionShare Podcast is to pull back the curtain at Lawrence to give families a better understanding of the evidence-based strategies in place that produce these transformative effects.

About Jayne Eiben

The LionShare Podcast is hosted by Jayne Eiben, who is the school's Advancement Director as well as an Alumni parent. Prior to joining Lawrence in 2006, Mrs. Eiben taught middle school English and social studies at Laurel School. When her sons were young, she worked as a freelance journalist writing articles for the local NPR station, newspapers and magazines. After college she worked as a sports agent and events coordinator at IMG where she represented professional tennis players and ice skaters.

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