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    10 Questions About Your Child and School

    The more you know about how your child deals with challenges and what's expected of him, the better you'll be able to help him achieve. Start by asking these key questions.

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    20 Questions To Ask Your Child About School

    Finding out how things are going in your child's life sometimes takes a bit of strategizing. These tips and questions can help you get the conversation started.

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    Back-to-School Parent Homework

    A little preparation before school starts can make it an A-plus year for the whole family.

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    Bullying: How Parents Can Fight Back

    Kids are often reluctant to talk about bullying. Here’s how to spot it and what to do if your child is a victim.

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    Dealing With Disappointing Grades

    Most kids bring home a bad report card at least once. Here’s how you can help your child get back on track.

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    Get Kids Talking About School

    Try these questions to help your child open up about what goes on during his school day.

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    Have a Conversation About School

    Get beyond one-word answers and find out what your child really thinks and feels about school.

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    Help Your Child Fit In at School

    For some kids, the school social scene can be just as challenging as academics.

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    Homework Rules for the Whole Family

    Set basic homework ground rules for your children and make homework easier for the whole family.

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    Homework: Why It Matters

    Homework can be a hassle, but it’s not just busywork. Here’s what you should know about your child’s homework and how to take the “ugh!” out of study time.

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    If Your Child Is the Bully

    What to do when the school says your child has been involved in bullying — and she's the bully.

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    Kindergarten From the Kids’ Point of View

    As your child starts kindergarten, she may have more basic worries on her mind than simply being separated from you. It's all part of kindergarten readiness.

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