Helping your children succeed in school and beyond is easy. Just get involved.
Ways to stay involved in your child’s education—even when she’d rather not have you around.
Simple ways to get involved and make a difference for your child and the school.
Being involved in your children’s education can be as simple as asking them about their school day or as bold as volunteering once a week for lunchroom duty.
Higher grades and better behavior are just a few of the benefits of parent involvement.
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Carol Wooten, winner of a presidential teaching excellence award, shares her insights with parents whose kids are having trouble reaching their full potential in school.
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Tips for planning fun yet simple celebrations that won't break the bank.
Sharon Johnston has always loved crafts. Now she’s passing on her passion to the students at her daughter’s school.
When fathers get involved, children do better in school. Here are some simple, effective ways that dads can make a difference.
20 simple ways you can help your child and the school.