Get your children ready to perform like heroes in school with these teacher-recommended tips.
Tired of delivering forgotten items to school? The "no-rescue" approach could help your child learn to remember.
Middle school students have a lot of homework assignments to keep track of. Here’s how to help your child stay on top of that work without a fight.
Strategies to make homework time easier for both you and your child, including when—and how—to lend a hand.
Expert advice on helping your child do her best and reach her potential in school.
Help your middle schooler learn the skills she needs to stay on top of homework.
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 are some tips for what parents can do.
It’s a familiar story: Your child begs to sign up for an activity, then weeks later refuses to go and begs you to let him quit. Our experts offer help in handling this frustrating scenario, as well as tips for preventing it in the future.
The natural instinct is to jump in and help your child with a problem. But often, it pays to hang back.
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