Developing engaged students starts at home. When parents take a one-good-day-at-a-time approach, raising a child who loves school can be easier than you might imagine.
A single-gender school might be an approach to education that benefits your child
Your child can explore the joys of writing this summer with your support if you write together as a family and share your work.
Learning moments abound during daily activities outside of school. Use these opportunities to hang on to reading, writing and math skills over the summer and get a jump on next term.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that once a child with special needs turns 16, her Individualized Education Program (IEP) must include a discussion about transition services.
Here’s how to get started and involve children in the process.
If you suspect your child has a learning difference, the best place to start is by seeking the opinion of a medical or educational professional.
Online therapy services provides pediatric occupational, speech and behavioral services from the convenience of home.