A mother recounts, in her own words, the rewards and challenges of raising a son who is both gifted and learning disabled.
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.
Is your teen slow to rise each morning and perpetually exhausted? It turns out there are biological reasons why. Follow these tips from national sleep study experts to help your child get the necessary rest.
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.
Does your child struggle to block out background noise, follow conversations, or pronounce words correctly? He may have an auditory processing disorder.
Navigating the middle school years can be especially difficult for kids who have ADHD. Having the proper support systems in place can help your child have a positive experience.
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.
Explanation of the individualized education program for students with special learning needs.
When it comes to school and learning, statistics show that boys are falling behind. Here's how parents can help close the achievement gap—and help their sons reach their learning potential.
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