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Top 10 Homework Tips
Kids are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in homework - here are ways to help.
Helping Your Teen With Homework
Parents can play a crucial role in helping teens succeed in school by lending a little help, support, and guidance, and by knowing what problems demand their involvement and which ones require them to hang back.
Back to School
Kids often have a tough time making the back-to-school transition. Here's how to help them.
Helping Your Gradeschooler With Homework
During grade school, kids start getting homework to reinforce and extend classroom learning and teach them important study skills. Here's how parents can help.
Getting Involved at Your Child’s School
Whether their kids are just starting kindergarten or entering the final year of high school, there are many good reasons for parents to volunteer at school.
What Is ADHD?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood behavioral disorder, but it can be difficult to diagnose and even harder to understand. Here's information about what to do if your child has ADHD.
Helping Kids Deal With Bullies
Unfortunately, bullying is a common part of childhood. But parents can help kids cope with it and lessen its lasting impact.
Helping Your Teen Decide What to Do After High School
Helping to prepare your teen for life after high school is one of the most important tasks you will have as a parent.
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
Some kids may be eligible for individualized education programs in public schools, free of charge. Understanding how to access these services can help you be an effective advocate for your child.
Talking to Your Child’s Preschool Teacher
Enrolling your little one in preschool can be a time filled with many questions. Find out how to establish an open, clear channel of communication with your child's preschool teacher.
Helping Your Child Adjust to Preschool
The more comfortable you are with placing your child in preschool and the more familiar the setting is for your child, the fewer problems you - and your child - will encounter.