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    A Dad Who Makes a Difference

    He volunteered for his son but became a role model for the entire school.

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    How Dads Can Help

    When fathers get involved, children do better in school. Here are some simple, effective ways that dads can make a difference.

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    Parents Are Teachers, Too

    Use these simple ideas to reinforce learning at home and develop your child’s academic skills.

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    Single Dad Makes School a Priority

    Despite his busy work week, this father is a known presence at school—and reaps the benefits for his children.

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    Stepparents and School: It’s Complicated, but Not Impossible

    Remarriage brings happiness and a new start for many hopeful couples, but children from prior marriages must be given time to adjust to a new family dynamic. What role should stepparents have in a child’s school life? Not pushing for too much too soon is key, according to our experts.

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    When You’re the New Mom (or Dad) at School

    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 recess, but for you it’s not so easy. Our experts offer specific ways to reach out and develop successful connections with other parents and your child’s teacher.

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Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their homework?

No - 37.4%
Sometimes - 25.4%
Yes - 31.6%

Total votes: 4919
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016