Potential learning problems don’t have to hold back your child. If you’re worried, speak up early to enlist help from teachers and support staff.
Does the idea of keeping your children home and teaching them yourself ever cross your mind? Homeschooling works for many, but even the most ardent supporters say it’s not for everyone and urge those contemplating it to consider all that’s involved before jumping in.
Could your child have difficulty learning to read because of dyslexia? Here’s how to get your child tested and what you should do after you get the results.
How to work with the school to improve education and school life for your autistic child.
Parents play an important role in making sure their children get the right special education services. These tips can help you advocate for your child throughout the IEP process.
Ever feel like you need a translator to understand what a teacher is saying? This collection of common school and education terms will help you understand the acronyms and jargon you may encounter.
Explanation of the individualized education program for students with special learning needs.