Why should you get involved in your child’s education? Because it can make a dramatic difference in your child’s achievement at school and beyond.
It’s tough when a child says “My teacher hates me, and I hate her, too,” but it’s bound to happen at least once in every student’s educational life. Here a...
Parent-teacher conferences are a key way to stay informed about your child’s progress in school. Here’s how to make the most of your meeting with the teacher.
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If you think being the new kid at school is difficult, try being the new parent. Your child may have the ability to make new friends during class, over lunch, and at...
You’ve heard the term "Helicopter Parent." They're the moms and dads who hover low over their children, ready to swoop in for a rescue whenever the going gets tough. But kids learn best when they’re allowed to try things on their own, even if it means occasionally failing.
To see where you fly on the helicopter spectrum—too low, just right, or totally off course—answer these questions.
Higher grades and better behavior are just a few of the benefits of parent involvement.
A mom writes movingly about what it means to be involved in her child's school and education. A must-read for any parent who has ever thought about volunteering at s...
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