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How do I get my teen daughter motivated to want to do better in school?
My daughter is in 9th grade and is in the IB Honors program, but with high...
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an essay
how can my child finish her 2 page essay in 2 days on Mae Carol Jemison ?
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please help !!
My son has a learning disability and ADHD..he is on the waiting list for al...
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learing styles.
My daugther can tell you things beyond her age. the promblem is she cant pu...
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multiplication tables
my grandson has started learning his times tables. When I learned my table...
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Nighttime behavior
For the last week my 8 year old (2nd) grader does not want to sleep upstair...
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i have a big problem
my kid just got in a fight and i need help to figure out what to do with hi...
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Having Problem sitting still in the classroom
My son failing math and languge art. Teachers said that he having problem...
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How to get my child to reading? - My child struggled with his reading. Does...
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undiagnosed learning dissability
what to do and how i can help my son..he is 15yrs old now and having proble...
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