Archive for 'Education'
What should your child’s report card tell you about the past school year? Report Cards Well, it’s about that time of year again when final report cards will be sent home. Hopefully, after another year, your [...]
Tips for helping your teen adjust to a new school. New High School Moving to a new school is difficult at any age, but during the teen years, it can be really tough. High school is [...]
Studies show that girls turn away from sports and fitness once they reach the teen years. So how do we keep our daughters as interested in keeping fit as our sons keep? It’s important to teach [...]
Studies show time and time again that children do better when their parents are involved with their school and education. That doesn’t change once our kids are teens. Once a child hits the high school years, [...]
Respected pediatrician William Feldman has written an accessible yet authoritative guide to dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other learning disabilities that provide the latest information on diagnosis and treatment options, including the pros and cons [...]
No matter what age your child is, separation or divorce will have an effect, particularly in the school-aged child. Statistics tell us that more than half of all divorce cases involve children. But statistics can’t describe [...]
If your child is skipping classes, you’ll want to understand why this behavior is happening is the first place. Skipping Class So you got a call from your child’s high school informing you that she’s been [...]
Why getting involved with your child’s school is so important. Parents in the Classroom From fundraisers, to assisting in the classroom, to joining the school parenting committees, there are a lot of ways for parents to [...]
How physical education and academics can go hand in hand. Phys. Ed. and Academics It’s recommended that school-aged children and teens get sixty minutes of exercise each day. Considering that a good part of their day [...]
Children who live in households where one or more parents smoke miss more school days than children who live in smoke-free households. The US study found that in homes with one smoker, children aged 6 to [...]
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