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Make the Most of the Family Room

Family rooms fall under the category of “I’ll know one when I see one,” but otherwise are a little tricky to pin down. 


 

Homework in the Spring Term

The end of school may be in sight and the evenings are lovely, light, and warm, but homework is still important. You want your child to end the year on a high note -- and slacking off is not an option!


 

Does Your Child Hate School?
If getting your son or daughter to school becomes a daily struggle, keep an eye open for other signs as well. Most kids actually enjoy school, but some have genuine trouble with it.

 

Is Your Child Tempted to Cheat?
Pressure to succeed, to get top grades, and progress to the next level of higher education has taken such a toll that some students resort to unethical shortcuts and outright cheating. This happens in middle and high school as well as college.

 

Five Ways to Help Your Kids Succeed in School
All families have their own issues and all children learn in their own way, but there are some universal behaviors that seem to offer the most benefit to the most students. Here are five standouts.

 

Keep Up the Good Work!
Regardless of how they are doing, it's never too late to make the most of the academic year and help kids excel. Some universal behaviors seem to offer the most benefit to the most students. We have identified five standouts.

 

The 5 Best Ways to Start the School Year Right

The first day of school may have come and gone but it's not too late to get your kids off to a great start. And keep up the good work all year long. Here are five ways to start the year off right and keep it going until June!


 

The 5 Best Ways to Start the School Year Right

The first day of school may have come and gone but it's not too late to get your kids off to a great start. And keep up the good work all year long. Here are five ways to start the year off right and keep it going until June!


 

Help Your Kids Develop Good Homework Habits
The experts agree that parental involvement is crucial to a child's success in school. The question for many parents is how much involvement. Helping your kids with their homework is a good place to start. You won't do them any favors by doing thei

 








 
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