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I want input on the best way to help out my little girl. Any ideas are welc...
I have twins that are in 3rd grade, one of them is great in school, the other one... well she tries....
Asked by Anonymous in Challenges


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Freshman son unfocused and disruptive
My son is a 14 yr old Freshman at a Visual/Performing Arts high school. Some of his classes are 3 hours...
Asked by Janine in Discipline/Behavior


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Homework
My 6th grade daugher refuses to do homework. She says it's "boring."
Asked by Syeda7860 in Challenges


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Failing in Science and Math
How do I get my 6th grade daughter to get better in science and math? She goes to middle school, and...
Asked by Anonymous in Challenges


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He cant read
My son is seven years old he is very good on math and his very smart but when it comes to read he just...
Asked by Anonymous in Challenges


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English clas
what hours of the day does the ruth houston center teach english classes?
Asked by lrdavis in Challenges


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Son talks too much in class.
My 3rd grader talks too much in class. He is very smart, does extremely well, is very good-natured, and...
Asked by Anonymous in Being an Involved Parent at School


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Teacher problem?
My son's third grade teacher seems to have little patience, an unapproachable attitude, and the way she...
Asked by MrsMom in Being an Involved Parent at School


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Teacher problem?
I'm pretty concerned about the way my son's 3rd grade teacher behaves and teaches the class. Several...
Asked by Anonymous in Being an Involved Parent at School


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Children Rights 4 grade public school
Should my daughter's teacher ask her not to tell me what is going on in her classroom? She pulled her...
Asked by Anonymous in Education Issues/Policies

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Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their homework?

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Yes - 31.6%

Total votes: 4919
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016